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ERROR CODE 0x80004005

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If you ever run across error code 0x80004005, its one of the generic errors that is used by Explorer when problems occur. This has been seen with Windows XP and above. It can come up with extracting zip files, copying files from disk to disk etc. Sometimes it may be needed to open the command prompt …

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ERROR CODE 0X8DE00005

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Microsoft changed their email system when they rolled out their new cloud services. This meant that lots of users of Windows Essentials, Outlook and other email programs could not connect to their email accounts. Microsoft wanted users to adopt the mail program in Windows 8 and above. Meanwhile the cloud team have tried to make …

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ERROR CODE 0xC000021A

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Error Code 0xC000021A is a driver fault that can can happen when driver mismatches exist. This usually arises when driver uninstallers fall to remove all obsolete components when upgraded. This error has been seen with Windows XP onwards. The error is thrown when Winlogon.exe or Csrss.exe fail. The error arises when the driver stack is not consistent. Sometimes …

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FIXING WINDOWS UPDATE

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For some reason gamers have problems with Windows updates. Numerous causes have been noticed over time. Microsoft has a free tool called Fix It for Windows 7 that can reset the updates and allow you to get them installed. To get that tool refer to: https://support.microsoft.com/kb/971058. Windows 8 and above integrates the troubleshooters into the …

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PHYSICAL ADDRESS EXTENSION

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Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a processor feature that enables x86 processors to access more than 4 GB of physical memory on capable versions of Windows. Certain 32-bit versions of Windows Server running on x86-based systems can use PAE to access up to 64 GB or 128 GB of physical memory, depending on the physical …

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JAVA

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Java is a programming language that is very popular. It was first released in 1995. Unlike C or C++, Java uses are more complete run-time which created a new model called middleware. Middleware is the idea of using additional layers of software to consolidate assets. Java has a runtime, class libraries and compilers. Java is …

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BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH

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The Blue Screen of Death is better known by its acronym BSOD. More accurately it is a stop error seen in Windows NT 3.1 and onwards to protect the system from possible error and file damage. BSODs can be caused by poorly written device drivers or malfunctioning hardware, such as faulty memory, power supply issues, …

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