Repair: Corrupted SD Card on Raspberry Pi

Have you ever experienced that your Raspberry Pi no longer wears boots? The red and yellow lights flash several times and then stop? These are the classic symptoms of a damaged SD card.

The first thing you can do is to regularly back up your SD card BEFORE it is damaged. If you spend hours configuring an SD card, save it. Do you modify your software? Go back to it. This will save you a lot of time if you damage or destroy the SD card.

Similarly, incorrect shutdown of the Raspberry Pi often results in damage to the operating system. To stop safely, you must open a command line and type the following command: read more

Repairing The Requested System Device Cannot be Found

This type of error can also occur in the following situations. For example, you get a boot error and try to run “bcdedit /enum” to fix the error, then you get “The boot configuration data store could not be opened. Error “The requested system device cannot be found”.

Other error messages would be “Element not found” if you launch “bootrec /fixboot”, or “System not found” if you launch “bootrec /fixmbr” in the disk part. Why should these errors occur and how can they be corrected in different circumstances? read more

How to Fix lsass.exe Terminated Unexpectedly Error

LSASS.exe or Local Security Authority Subsystem Service is a process on the Windows operating system. It is valuable for the enforcement of security policies on the computer. When a user connects to the Windows server, he or she is responsible for managing password changes and creating access tokens when updating the security protocol. It is often attacked and imitated by malware. The original location of this file is C:\Windows\System32 if C:: is your system partition.

So, if the process runs with a similar name in the Task Manager, but the location is different, you know that the process is a threat and exploits security on your computer. In this article, we will discuss the high CPU resource consumption of the original lsass.exe file under Windows. read more

Avast SecureLine VPN Connection Errors Fix

When you see a circle that rotates on your screen around and around to connect to a website, there is no feeling other than the frustration you get at this point. The same applies to users of Avast products. Avast is known for its wide range of products, but when it comes to Avast SecureLine VPN, which shows that there are no errors in the connection, it’s a nightmare for users. But the good news is that you can solve your problem without help or advice.

Avast SecureLine VPN is an application that allows users to easily connect to the Internet. It establishes a highly secure connection and VPN uses an encryption tunnel. This is particularly advantageous if you use the public or unsecured network. read more

How to Fix: VPN Connection Error 807

Error 807 for PPTP and L2TP is a general connection error that means it can be caused by high latency, port blocking or packet loss in your network. In some cases, the 807 can be coupled with errors 628 and 619.

If the connection attempt fails due to error 807, try again to connect. In most cases, a few connection attempts are enough to establish a successful connection and solve the problem.

The VPN 807 connection error has more to do with the VPN server than with your device.

Error 807 indicates that a connection to the VPN server was lost simply because there were latency problems on the Internet or the VPN server had reached its full capacity. read more

Fixing Cannot End Atieclxx.exe Process Error

Many users running AMD hardware on their computer may encounter the ‘atieclxx.exe’ process. This process is a software component of AMD’s external events. This process is responsible for managing the ATI keyboard shortcut function on your system.

This process is automatically installed on your computer when you run AMD modules on your system. It is also regularly updated and does not take up much space. The size of the executable file is between 470 KB and 1 MB. The location of the file is’C:\Windows\System32′. It will also be installed on your computer if you have an AMD card on your computer. In this case, the AMD card driver installs the executable file. read more

Fix Wmpnetwk.exe Process Keeps Tying up Resources

If you have looked at the Task Manager, you have probably seen a process called wmpnetwk.exe. This executable file is not a virus, but comes from Microsoft and is automatically present on most operating systems. However, this process takes valuable system resources, so those of us who don’t need it can simply shut it down. Let’s take a closer look and examine wmpnetwk.exe to decide if you need it or if it’s just a waste of resources.

This is a component of Windows Media Player that is used to share media libraries. It is located in the C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player\ folder. read more

Repair Unsupported Video Type or Invalid File Path Error

An unsupported video type or an invalid path error was previously reported as a problem with Internet Explorer. If the default browser is set to Chrome instead of Internet Explorer 11, any type of video display will work correctly.

Some servers do not have an associated MIME type to support MP4 files. They cannot play MP4 files. To correct this, you must configure the MP4 MIME type in IIS. This tutorial will guide you through the MP4 MIME type configuration process in IIS to resolve the error’Unsupported video type or invalid file path’ in Windows 10. read more

Fixing NordVPN Won’t Connect to Server (Solved)

If NordVPN cannot connect to the server for you or if you have problems starting the application, read this full article because it will solve your problems 100%. We have some very detailed troubleshooting instructions for Windows.

Here are some general tips if you cannot connect to the NordVPN application.

  • Be sure to try at least a few different NordVPN servers.
  • Log out of your account in the application and log in again. Try to reconnect.
  • Uninstall the application, restart your device and reinstall the application. Then try to reconnect.
  • If you are using a computer, try to disable the antivirus/firewall software you are using. Sometimes they interfere with VPN connections. Then try to establish a connection.
  • Try using a different connection method or protocol for your device.

Windows 10 has not been spared by NordVPN. However, it seems that this is no longer a specific problem with the operating system, but a problem with the customer himself.

Check the Event Viewer

If the problem persists, it would be a good idea to check your event viewer to see exactly what the problem is. If the client continues to provide the same results, the Event Observer should record the process step by step. read more

Fix NO_USER_MODE_CONTEXT Error 0x0000000E

It’s a stop code on the blue screen of death. The error check NO_USER_MODE_CONTEXT has the value 0x0000000E. This error check rarely occurs.

The error 0x0000000E when starting Windows means that the boot configuration data is corrupted. The boot configuration data is a global memory for all options and settings for booting on newer Windows PCs.

You receive this error message when you try to start your device and you see a black screen that tells you how to repair your computer using an installation disc or recovery drive. read more