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Using Computer Error Codes To Solve PC Problems

Posted by Guest Post On January - 23 - 20101 COMMENT

In this guest post, James Ricketts explores using computer error codes to solve PC problems. Learn more about James at the conclusion of this post.

One of the most common complaints of computer users across the world is that they find computer error messages to be complicated and hard to understand. This is partly true as most computer error messages do not clearly spell out cause of error and its possible solution. However, certain error messages do leave certain clues in the form of error codes, which not only computer experts, but any common user can use in order to solve PC problems.

These error codes may look like a random collection of numbers and letters, but they are your best bet in solving the error yourself. This article shows you how to effectively use computer error codes to solve your PC problems.

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Steps To Solving PC Problems Caused By Missing DLL Files

Posted by Guest Post On December - 15 - 20095 COMMENTS

In this guest post, James Ricketts explores steps to solve common DLL errors. Learn more about James at the conclusion of this post.

When something goes missing you can either look for it randomly or go about your search in a systematic, step-wise manner. Obviously, in the second case, the efforts involved will be much less and the chances of success higher. What if you are asked to search something you have never seen or heard about? In such a case you should first take some time to gather some basic information about the missing item that will help you ascertain its origin and why it could have gone missing.

So, before you go ahead and start searching for a file that may have gone missing on your computer without any prior warning, it is of utmost importance that you begin by understanding a few basic facts. These include knowing the purpose of this file, and usual reasons for a file to go missing. This article will make you aware of DLL files, causes for their disappearance and finally steps to solve such problems.

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8 Tips for Picking an Online Backup for your Windows Laptop

Posted by Guest Post On October - 17 - 20097 COMMENTS

This guest post is written by Patrick Jobin who gives eight tips for picking an online backup for your Windows Laptop. Find 0ut more about Patrick at the end of this article.

1. Make sure it’s properly encrypted

When traveling or working remotely, you can never be too sure about the integrity of your network or the other people who might be using it. When picking an online backup system for your Windows laptop, make sure you pick one that offers the right encryption options for your needs.

If you’re worried about securing the confidential data stored on your laptop, you want to make sure that your data is properly encrypted during transmission using a strong protocol such as SSL, and that the data stays encrypted when stored on the providers remote server using a password that’s only known by you. (And not the online backup provider)

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Common DLL Errors And How To Resolve Them

Posted by Guest Post On August - 22 - 200912 COMMENTS

In this guest post, James Ricketts explores DLL errors and how to resolve them. Learn more about James at the conclusion of this post.

DLL or Dynamic Link Library is a term that is referred to a particular type of file that can be shared by different programs whenever they need to perform certain general tasks. DLL files eliminate the need for having separate files for the same tasks that are required by applications. This not only reduces the space required by the hard drive, but it also makes the applications more efficient.

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Troubleshooting EXE Errors Related To Symantec

Posted by Guest Post On July - 18 - 200910 COMMENTS

In this guest post, James Ricketts explores EXE errors related to Symantec. Learn more about James at the conclusion of this post.

It is very likely that most computer users have experienced EXE errors or errors related to the executable files at one time or another. EXE errors are one of the most common categories of application errors that your computer is likely to encounter. This is simply because there are hundreds of applications on your PC and each one of them comprises several EXE files. When you consider the number of EXE files residing on a computer, it is easy to understand the likelihood of something going wrong with one or more of them.

EXE errors can crop up while working on any computer application and applications from Symantec suite are no exception. Symantec is a popular software manufacturer of Internet and PC security products. Symantec products help make our PC less vulnerable to bugs and errors. At the same time, like any other application, it too uses EXE files and some of them may develop problems.

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EXE Printer Errors and What They Mean

Posted by Guest Post On July - 17 - 20092 COMMENTS

In this guest post, James Ricketts explores EXE Printer errors on your PC. Learn more about James at the conclusion of this post.

Printers are one of the key peripherals that are used extensively by PC users. Some businesses today are completely dependent on printers to print their bills, invoices and other important official documents.

Printers have also become popular with home PC users. The launch of economical all-in-one printers that come in different combinations of photocopiers, scanners and fax machines have further added to this popularity. In fact, with such a range of tasks it is surprising that they are still called printers.

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