For those of you looking to go deeper into the error fixing capabilities of Total System Care, below is a summary of some of the errors that can be fixed by the software:
Runtime Errors occur during the execution of a program as a result of a software or hardware problem that prevents a program from working correctly. Runtime errors might cause you to lose information in the file you’re working on, cause errors in the file (corrupt the file) so you can’t work with it, or prevent you from using a feature. Runtime errors can occur if you are running two software programs that aren’t compatible, if your computer has memory problems, or if the computer has been infected with malicious software. Total System Care has powerful scanners that identify problems that can cause runtime errors and fix them for you.
Registry Errors can be caused by applications that have not been installed or uninstalled properly as well as viruses and malware that add registry entries that are very difficult to remove manually. A tool like Total System Care becomes indispensable when it comes to identifying and cleaning these unnecessary entries in the Windows registry that cause errors in the system.
Print Spooler Errors are some of the common errors PC users encounter. Many Viruses and Trojans target the print spooler service which is the service that sends the print command to the installed printers. Whenever the print spooler service gets corrupted, PC users are unable to print and may see an error message that looks like this: “Print spooler service has stopped please restart the service, the local print spooler is not running. please restart the spooler”. Total System Care is able to repair damage to the print spooler service thereby fixing all print spooler errors.
Windows Update Errors occur when Windows is interrupted in the middle of installing an update and hence the update gets corrupted. These kind of errors should not be ignored as they prevent Windows from getting future updates thus causing your PC to become vulnerable to security threats. It is not easy to manually fix Windows update errors hence Total System Care comes in handy whenever you get such errors.
Crash Dump Errors are errors reported by a computer after recovering from a crash. System crashes could result from many system errors including RAM misconfiguration, hard drive errors, virus and malware activity etc. Since it is not easy for an average PC user to identify the real cause of a system crash, use of a tool like Total System Care is thus recommended.
Application Errors refer to any kind of error or malfunction in an software application resulting in unexpected behavior or a crash. Application errors may occur randomly or during the normal running of your PC and especially during the use of a particular program. Nearly all application errors are often the direct result of errors within the registry. Windows closes the responsible application and generates the application errors in order to prevent the entire system from crashing.
Program Can’t Start Errors are quite common especially after installing or upgrading a program. The error is usually caused by a missing DLL file and the error message will always suggest that you try reinstalling the program. However in most cases, reinstalling the program does not fix the problem as the missing file may not be part of the installation package for that program. Total System Care is able to identify the missing DLL and provide a quick solution out of the problem.
Blue Screen Errors are also referred to as Stop Errors, fatal errors or Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) errors. These errors occur if a serious problem causes Windows to shut down or restart unexpectedly. You might see a message that says, “Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.” These errors are difficult to troubleshoot and are best handled by specialized PC performance tools such as Total System Care.
Low on Memory Errors can be as a result of certain programs overusing memory. If your PC functions well most of the time but in a few instances you notice that the computer has become extremely slow and you get the “low on memory” notification, then this could be a sign that one of the programs is having a memory leak that needs to be fixed.
User32.dll File Errors are errors that occur when you try to use a program on your computer and you receive an error that includes the User32.dll file in its description. This problem may occur if a program or a service accesses the User32.dll file incorrectly, of if the file is damaged, deleted, or removed. User32.dll errors are typically corrected by repairing User32.dll file or by reinstalling the program, the hardware component, or the driver that is causing the error. Total System Care scans and repairs any damages to the User32.dll file.