Month: April 2014

How to Resolve kernel32.dll error

Symptoms This issue will produce one of the following error messages, or something very similar: “Explorer caused an invalid page fault in module Kernel32.DLL” “Iexplore caused an invalid page fault in module Kernel32.DLL” “Commgr32 caused an invalid page fault in module Kernel32.dll” “Error in Kernel32.dll” ” has caused an error in Kernel32.dll” The kernel32.dll file is involved with memory management in Windows and an error message indicates that there is an issue with this file. Download Recommendation The first thing to try with regard to this error is to attempt to clean the registry of your computer. A good way to do this is to download the Total System Care, which will do an excellent job of cleaning your registry and often sort out the problem in itself.   More Information and Manual Resolution The first thing to try with this problem, in common with many Windows issues, is to restart your computer. This can often solve the issue. If this doesn’t work try checking your recycle bin for the file, as you could have accidentally deleted. If this yields no results then try reinstalling the program that you were attempting to run if you have encountered the “invalid page fault in module kernel32.dll” error. This particular message occurs only when you use a single software program. Next download all of the latest Windows Updates and service packs as...

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How to Fix Problems related to a Kernel Data Inpage Error

Symptoms This error message indicates that a requested page of kernel data from the paging file could not be read satisfactorily into memory. This message is generally caused by a faulty sector in a paging file, a virus, a disk controller error, or hardware errors related to RAM memory. Occasionally it can be caused when non-paged pool resources run out, and defective hardware cannot be ruled out completely either. This error will usually produce a notification for the user which reads: “KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR STOP: 0x0000007A” Resolution The error code “KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR STOP: 0x0000007A” indicates that the requested page of kernel data from the paging file could not be read into memory. Whatever the cause of this, one can be certain that the root issue is hard drive problems. Thus, the first task to carry out in an attempt to resolve this issue is to use the check disk command in order to check for any errors on the hard drive. You may wish to back-up any data held on your computer with, for example, a USB drive before you begin this process. CHKDSK can be located within the ‘My Computer’ folder in Windows. Alternatively, it is possible to run this program through the command line interface. This can bypass any problems which sometimes occur with running it through ‘My Computer’. To do this, firstly run the CMD as an administrator, to...

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How to Fix Problems related to the Javascript Void 0 Error

How to Fix Problems related to the Javascript Void 0 Error This guide will help you to resolve the Javascript Void 0 error on your Windows® PC. Symptoms A JavaScript void 0 indicates that an error has occurred in an Internet browser due to the pop up blocker. This is a program intended to prevent unwanted advertisements popping up while you’re browsing the Internet. Resolution There are many possible solutions to this problem, however performing the diagnosis can be overwhelming for the every-day PC user. Rather than spending countless hours manually diagnosing the reason for this Javascript Void 0 error on your PC, we recommend using software designed to make this fix easy (automatic fix). While manual fixing remains an option, we suggest that only those who are highly experienced in computing proceed manually. Recommended: Proceed with automatic fix Firstly, this can be caused by being behind a proxy server. The most likely explanation for this would be using a shared computer, and if you don’t have administrative there is nothing you can do about it. Secondly, ensure that Java is running effectively on your machine. This process differs slightly depending on which browser you are using. For Internet Explorer, firstly, click ‘Tools’ and then ‘Internet Options’, and then select the ‘Security’ tab, and the ‘Custom Level’ button. Next scroll down to ‘Scripting of Java applets’, and ensure that...

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How to Fix a Problem with an I/O Device Error

Symptoms An I/O Device Error occurs when Windows has problems with either reading or writing to a drive or disk, or in some cases copying data. An I/O Error can occur with numerous different types of media, for example external hard drives, SD cards, USB flash drives or pen drives, CD-Rom or DVD drives and CD or DVD discs. There can be numerous root cases of this error, with the most common one probably being that the disk or device that the computer is attempting to read from or write data to is defective in some way. This can be due to a scratched disk, connection problems, or sometimes more serious defective issues. Occasionally, it is also the case that Windows generates this error when attempting to use a transfer mode that the hardware device cannot use. Resolution This can be an extremely difficult problem to deal with, as if a drive or disk is seriously corrupted then there is little or no chance of recovering the data contained on it. However, there are a few steps that you can take to maximise your chances of doing so. It is always worthwhile attempting to plug the drive, or use the disk, on another machine first to see if it will run. Naturally if it does then you know that you have a hardware issue. If this does not work...

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How to Fix Problems related to the HP Printer Spooler not Running

Symptoms Occasionally if you have a Hewlett Packard Printer there can be problems with the print spooler for the device not running. Naturally this means that the printer will not work at all, and needs to be remedied in order for you to be able to print documents. Resolution Firstly, it is worth pointing out that occasionally this occurs due to an unrecoverable mechanical error, and when this is the case there is obviously little or nothing you can do to resolve the issue. If after carrying out the following process you believe that this might be the case, it would be advisable to contact the manufacturer. However, before doing this there are at least a few things you can attempt to ascertain whether or not this is a system fault. Firstly, there can sometimes be problems related to the HP printer after test pages are printed, if there is a sudden power cut, if the cartridge is changed, or there is a paper jam whereby the machine resets itself into an errant state. Often resetting your computer and rebooting can simply resolve this problem. If this doesn’t work then the first thing to do is go to the Start menu, and select ‘Run’. Once the command box opens, type ‘services.msc’ and then click enter. A ‘Services’ window should then appear, within this window you need to seek out...

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