In this modern computing world, the threats of viruses and malware increase as and how the different features and functionality increase. When a computer has a virus infection, the behavior of the computer system will be abrupt and weird. You will find many changes in the way different applications behave, and you will not be able to send emails properly or you will not be able to work effectively. This not only affects your computer, but also gets carried with the emails messages you send to different people, which depends on the severity of the infection.
Hence, it is important to scan for viruses on the computer with the help of an antivirus program or some other utility. In case you are using Microsoft Outlook Express, you have a feature for scanning your emails for viruses. Follow these instructions to make sure that you resolve such Microsoft problems.
window, then click on Options, then Maintenance and then Store Folder. Make a note of the Location of the folder on the computer hard drive.
After you scan the location containing Microsoft Outlook Express files, run a scan on the computer. In case there are issues on the computer, you need to take steps accordingly. If you are not sure what to do, get help from a support technician either through phone or through chat support.
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Malware or virus infection cannot damage your PC’s hardware components but it could erase all your valuable data, corrupt the operating system, or slow down the PC performance. When the PC gets infected with malware or viruses, it will start showing up some signs, for instance rundll32.exe.
What does rundll32.exe error message indicate?
Rundll32.exe is a common error message that pops up on Windows PCs when they get infected with viruses or malwares. According to Microsoft experts who deal with Microsoft problems, rundll32.exe is a Windows system process and therefore users are not supposed to delete it. Instead, you can work out the following troubleshooting steps for a fix.
The above steps must have helped you deal with rundll.exe error effectively in your Windows XP PC. To avoid recurrence of the issue in future, keep your PC free from viruses and malwares with the help of an effective antivirus program. For any queries, visit the official Microsoft problems and solutions page.
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Microsoft provides a set of updates for its Windows operating system, termed as Windows Update. These include Security or critical updates that protect the systems against vulnerability to malware attacks as well as other updates that improve the overall functionality of the OS. These updates once get installed, help in the proper functioning of the computer. However, at times, certain Microsoft problems related to these Windows updates can arise, which may force the user to contact the Microsoft tech support team.
Sometimes, the update may get installed improperly or even may interfere with another software application that has already been installed in the system. In worst cases, the Patch update, as it is popularly known, may itself be flawed. These factors can make your Windows system behave weirdly and even make the operating system that the computer runs on to work incorrectly.
For fixing such Microsoft problems, it is always recommended to revert back the system to a time before the flawed update was installed. To know how to restore your system, you can use the following instructions:
By following these instructions, you can successfully opt for the System Restore to fix the Windows Update issues in your system. To know more about the Windows Update and the steps to fix the issues, you may contact our technical support team.
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Microsoft operating systems run on majority of computers in the world. It is estimated that about 90 percent of the computers run on the different operating systems like Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. You might encounter various Microsoft problems with these Windows operating systems. However, if you know the basics of computer, you can easily repair these errors.
Microsoft provides a list of common errors and the troubleshooting steps that you may try to fix these errors. One such code is ‘error 0×80004005′. This code is associated with the Windows Defender program. This error comes up when the program is unable to remove an adware from the computer. This is because the program stays within the System restore. Now, in this post, we will find out how to fix this error.
Once the computer restarts, you will find that the error ’0×80004005′ has been removed from the system. The system restore function is also enabled. For further assistance on Microsoft problems, you may contact our technical support team.
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Almost all the Microsoft users who installed the Windows update released by the company experienced the Blue Screen of Death error messages after its installation. With the widespread complaint about the update, Microsoft has asked all the users to uninstall it as soon as possible. There were four updates released by the company in its August set of patches, which were released on August 2. The updates were for fixing various security issues associated with the Microsoft operating system and was aimed to improve the features of the operating system.
However, the updates failed to deliver the desired results and it resulted in many issues. The first of the issues were associated with the fonts. Whenever a user installed a font, which was not part of the directory, it becomes impossible to revert or change it when it was loaded. The second issue was associated with the rendering of fonts. They began to malfunction after the installation of the updates. The third issue and the worst of all were the system crashes. Many users experienced system crashes with an error message. This Blue Screen of Death error message came on blue screens and the restart of the computer was the only way to get out of this issue.
In order to fix Microsoft errors that came up with update installation, uninstalling the faulty updates are the best possible solution. The software giant says, “Microsoft is investigating behavior associated with the installation of this update, and will update this bulletin when more information becomes available.” The statement from Microsoft further says, “Microsoft recommends that customers uninstall this update. As an added precaution, Microsoft has removed the download links to the 2982791 security update.”
The latest update issue was encountered by Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users. The users of Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista also experienced troubles after installing the updates. As a damage control measure, Microsoft has released a patch to fix the issue. The fix is designed to change the computer’s registry and revert the changes that occurred with the installation of the update.
In order to fix Microsoft errors with the update, users will have to go to the Windows Recovery Environment and then remove the file fntcache.dat. The detailed information on this process is available on the Microsoft support website. You may also contact our technical support team to fix this issue.
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