How to Resolve: You need permission to perform this action

Windows requires permissions for actions you perform on your computer. But it’s your computer, isn’t it? So, why do you need permission to access certain files and folders? There are several related answers.

Windows want to protect you from accessing certain files because changing them can damage the operating system. Therefore, if your Windows user account does not have the right permissions, you will not be able to access certain files or folders.

In this case, you will get an error message “You must have permission to perform this action“. This is frustrating, of course. But here are some very effective solutions to fix this error. read more

How to Resolve File System Error (-2018375670) in Windows 10 PC

File system errors are essentially disk-related errors that can be caused by corrupted files, bad sectors, disk integrity issues, file execution policies, etc. These errors can prevent you from accessing or opening files. These errors may prevent you from accessing or opening files. They can appear in files such as PDFs, images, documents, movies, etc. This can manifest as error messages such as C:\Test Program\Test.exe file system error (-2018375670).

In this article, we will look at some ways to fix this error. read more

Troubleshooting: ISDone.dll is Missing Error Message

To provide better graphics and a faster gaming experience, most games today, such as Call of Duty and Red Dead Redemption, require a lot of memory to run. As a result, sometimes you can’t install large game files on your PC due to a lack of RAM or hard drive space.

Therefore, if you run a game or program where this kind of error occurs, try to solve it in one of the ways described below.

What causes ISDone.dll to disappear?

The “isdone.dll” error occurs when your computer’s registry is damaged or destroyed. The error occurs because your computer cannot find the DLL file, which may be corrupted or deleted. Another reason for the ‘isdone.dll’ error may be that your computer does not have enough memory to store the file. read more

Troubleshooting DirectDraw Error on Windows 10 Legacy Games

If you got an error with DirectDraw as the keyword in its description, you probably tried to run a certain app or game. Other users have also complained that their games don’t open because of DirectDraw errors. So the problem you encountered is not really an exception.

DirectDraw is a DirectX component used by most games and advanced graphics programs in Windows. To be honest, DirectX errors vary greatly. So it makes sense that the messages or descriptions informing you of problems might be different. Messages that affect DirectDraw are usually as follows: read more

How to Repair CorsairVBusDriver.sys BSOD Error in Windows 10

Recently, some users reported that they encountered the CorsairVBusDriver.sys blue screen error after updating their PC. This problem causes the operating system to crash and automatically reboot.

This error code indicates an ‘SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED’ error and indicates a CorsairVBusDriver.sys failure.

If you also encounter a similar error code, here are some pairs of methods that can help you fix the problem.

What causes CorsairVBusDriver.sys to fail?

Many factors can cause a CorsairVBusDriver.sys error message. However, the most common cause is an outdated or faulty device driver. There is also a problematic Windows update that affects system processes. read more

How to Resolve the “Windows Could Not Format” SD Card Error Message

Normally, you can format an SD card on a Windows computer without any problems. But sometimes you may encounter a situation where you cannot format the SD card due to various unknown reasons.

In this article, I will describe the reasons that lead to this problem and the solutions that will help you solve all kinds of problems with unformatted SD cards.

What is the cause of the “Windows failed to format” SD card message?

System file error on your SD card: It’s likely that your SD card is corrupted for another reason. The reason may be a system file error. And you already know that Windows refuses to work with a corrupt SD card. read more

How to Resolve: LogonUI.exe Error during BOOT/Startup

LogonUI.exe is an application that helps your computer set up an interface that allows you to log in. But sometimes corrupting this application can make it difficult for you to access your system, causing a fatal BSOD crash when trying to log in.

Don’t worry. There are some solutions to this problem. The most popular ones are restoring LogonUI.exe, initiating automatic boot recovery, etc.

What causes LogonUI.exe error?

The main reason for this error is a corrupt or missing LogonUI.exe file, which explains why you are facing this error. read more

How to Resolve a Corrupt Opencl.dll on Windows 10 PC

After updating Windows 10 to the latest version, a new problem occurs: users report that the opencl.dll file is corrupted. The problem seems to only affect users with NVIDIA graphics cards. Every time a user installs or updates NVIDIA drivers for a video card, the installer automatically overwrites the existing opencl.dll file in Windows 10 with its own version, corrupting the opencl.dll file.

The main problem associated with a corrupted opencl.dll file is that your computer sometimes restarts randomly after 2 minutes or sometimes after 3 hours of continuous operation. Users can check if the opencl.dll file is corrupt by using an SFC scan because it notifies the user about the corruption, but sfc will not be able to repair the file. read more

How to Resolve “The Operating System Version Is Incompatible with Startup Repair” Error Message

Windows 10 has released many updates with exciting new features, and all of them are free. But some problems remain, despite frequent updates and numerous bug fixes. However, if you look around and look in the right places, you can find solutions to most of your problems that don’t seem to be solved yet.

In this article, we will look at the “Operating system version is not compatible with automatic restore” error message that you may see when you try to run an automatic restore. read more

How to Repair: DISM `restorehealth` Error 0x800f081f

DISM error 0x800F081F probably occurs frequently on computers running the Windows 10 operating system. This specific error usually appears after running the “DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth” command to restore a Windows image. Usually, this command is used to fix some problems that occur with Windows Update.

The above command is typically used when you need to fix a Windows Server Update Service (alternatively WSUS) error. The RestoreHealth portion allows the system to name additional recovery sources that the DISM tool needs to perform the recovery task. However, if you encounter a DISM error 0x800F081F, it means that the built-in tool was unable to find the files in their default location that are needed to restore the Windows image online. The error message reads as follows: read more