Jan 052010
 

As computer owners, there is always a nagging anxiety in the back of our minds that our computer may go down anytime. This fear is more common for users who are dependent on their PCs for making a living, as any computer downtime means loss of money, and at times, even business. These negative thoughts pursue us because most of us are not even aware why these computer errors occur.


Basic knowledge of computer errors and some insight into troubleshooting methods can help you get rid of this fear and to a large extent of the errors themselves. The Internet has played a major role in educating common users and dissipating their fear of computer errors.

While there are still many errors like hardware failure that are best left to computer experts, most of the computer application errors can be stopped by the users themselves.

Computer applications errors usually occur when there is some problem with the EXE files, such as nvsvc32.exe, igfxtray.exe and csrss.exe, which are used to perform various functions for applications they belong to. The EXE files have the power of executing codes on your computer. This is the reason why EXE files are used in everything from installing software to launching it and using its features. One of the most common causes of EXE errors are malware infections, such as viruses, Trojan horses, and spyware. To prevent and remove these infections you need to use antimalware tools, such as antivirus and antispyware. These tools need to be updated with latest definitions regularly and scheduled to scan your PC on a regular basis to ensure your PC is malware-free.

Next, you need to update your software, including the Windows operating system, applications and device drivers. If you fail to update your software you will expose your system to both errors caused by outdated files and malware infections that are built around the security lapses that are patched up by these updates. One of the best methods to update your Microsoft-based products is to enable the Automatic Update feature in your Windows operating system. To update your drivers, you can find help of reliable and efficient third-party driver scanning tool.

Hardware problems may also lead to PC errors. Although you may not be able to fix physical problems that cause hardware errors, you may use PC diagnostics tools to run tests on your hardware and detect the malfunctioning hardware. If there is a physical problem with a hardware component, you will have to get it repaired or replaced to resolve the errors.

To keep your PC free of errors, it is also vital for you to keep it free from registry errors. Registry errors primarily occur when your registry bloats up due to accumulation of a significant amount of unnecessary registry entries. A bloated registry can easily get corrupted and fragmented. To fix registry errors, you may use a user-friendly and efficient registry cleaner to scan, clean, and defragment your registry. Where cleaning will help you get rid of unwanted entries, defragging will help you make the registry contiguous and compact. Cleaning and defragging the registry helps in optimizing the registry for better performance, speeding up data access time and as a result, in speeding up your PC.

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  One Response to “How You Can Put A Stop To Recurrent PC Errors”

  1. When I try to uninstall some of the components of Apple, I get a pop up saying the installer has insufficent privileges to modify this file. What do I do with this. I have tried and tried to uninstall, but it is like a wall around this.

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