Troubleshooting: Chromium Won’t Uninstall on Windows 10

Google’s Chromium underpins many modern web browsers, from Chrome itself to Vivaldi, Opera, and Brave. But Chromium can also be used as a standalone browser as well as others. However, because it does not always behave like a regular browser, some users have encountered problems and found that Chromium cannot be uninstalled like regular browsers.

If this applies to you, don’t worry. Although malware and other issues may prevent you from uninstalling Chromium on Windows 10, it is not impossible to remove it. With a few tips, tricks, and tools, you can remove Chromium permanently. read more

How to Resolve the .NET Runtime Error 1026 on Windows 10

The most common .NET 1026 error is known as a runtime error (bug). Software developers, such as Microsoft Corporation, usually subject the .NET Framework to a multi-step debugging process to fix these bugs before releasing them to the public. Unfortunately, some important issues, such as bug 1026, can often be overlooked.

Users of the .NET Framework may encounter a 1026 error, which may also be called “Net Error 1026,” during normal use of the application. Once a 1026 error occurs, the software user has the opportunity to notify the developer of the problem. Microsoft will fix the error and then make an update available for download. To fix any documented errors (such as the 1026 error) on the system, the developer can use the .NET Framework update kit. read more

Troubleshooting: Cannot Change Screen Resolution on Windows 10 PC

In general, you can easily change the screen resolution of your Windows 10 computer if you want to. If you find that you can’t change the resolution in Windows 10, you can check out the solutions below to solve this problem. We offer various computer solutions and tools to help you manage your computer better.

What is the reason for not being able to change the screen resolution?

The main reason for this problem is incorrect driver configuration. Sometimes drivers are incompatible and a lower resolution is chosen as a safety measure.

How to resolve the inability to change the screen resolution?

Update your monitor driver

  1. Press Windows + R, type “devmgmt.msc” (without the quotes) and press Enter to open the Device Manager.
  2. Then expand the Display Adapters entry, right-click on the Nvidia video card and select Activate.
  3. Then right-click on the video card again and select Update Driver Software.
  4. Select “Automatically check for updated drivers” and let the process complete.
  5. If the above step solved your problem, that’s fine, if not, keep going.
  6. Select “Update Driver Software” again, but this time select “Search for Driver Software on Computer” on the next screen.
  7. Now select “Select from the list of drivers on my computer”.
  8. Finally, select the driver that is compatible with your Nvidia video card from the list and click Next.
  9. Allow the process to complete and restart your computer to save your changes.

Installing drivers in compatibility mode

  1. Right-click the video card driver configuration file and select Properties.
  2. Click the Compatibility tab and make sure that “Run this program in compatibility mode for” is checked.
  3. Then select Windows 7 or Windows 8 from the drop-down list.
  4. Then click Apply and OK.
  5. Right-click on the installation file again, select Run as administrator and continue with the installation.
  6. Once the installation is complete, restart your computer.
  7. Now press the Windows + I keys to open Settings, and click on System.
  8. Click on Advanced Display Settings under Display Settings.
  9. Select the new value under Resolution.
  10. Then click Apply and close everything.
  11. Restart your computer.

Make sure that Windows has been updated

  1. Press the Windows + I keys, then select Update and Security.
  2. Then click Check for updates and make sure all pending updates are installed.
  3. After installing the updates, restart your computer to resolve the “Can’t change screen resolution” issue.

Installing the Microsoft Basic Display driver

  1. Press the Windows + R keys, type “devmgmt.msc” and press Enter to open the Device Manager.
  2. Expand the display adapter, right-click on the video card driver, and select “Update Driver Software”.
  3. Then select “Automatically check for updated drivers.
  4. If no update is found, right-click the video card driver again and select “Update Driver Software”.
  5. This time, however, select “Search for driver software on your computer.
  6. On the next screen, select “Select from the list of device drivers on my computer”.
  7. Then select Microsoft Basic Display Adapter and click Next.
  8. Allow the above process to complete, then restart your computer.

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How to Repair Windows Update ‘One of the Update Services is not Running Properly’ Error

Windows Update is a Microsoft service for the Windows family of operating systems that automates the download and installation of Windows updates over the Internet. The service checks for Windows updates as well as other critical updates, such as anti-virus products.

Many users report problems with this service. When Windows Update is running, users receive an error message that says, “Windows Update cannot currently check for updates because the service is not running.” Because the service is not running properly, users cannot check for updates or install needed updates. read more

How to Disable Error Reporting on Windows 10 PC

The Windows Error Reporting feature generates these alerts after certain program or operating system errors and prompts you to send information about the problem to Microsoft.

You can disable error reporting to avoid sending sensitive information about your computer to Microsoft because you’re not connected to the Internet all the time, or just to avoid receiving these annoying warnings.

Error reports are enabled by default on all versions of Windows, but you can easily disable them through Control Panel or Services, depending on your version of Windows. read more

How do I fix the “Windows cannot find Bin64 InstallManagerAPP.exe” message

Windows cannot find Bin64 InstallManagerAPP.exe

The file Bin64InstallManagerAPP.exe is a software component of the AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) Catalyst Control Center. It is closely related to installing and updating the AMD graphics driver. Recently, some users have been unable to update or install the AMD graphics driver because of this component. The full error message is as follows:

Windows cannot find “Bin64InstallManagerAPP.exe”. Make sure you entered the name correctly, and then try again.

There can be many reasons for this problem. The problem can occur due to corrupted system files, missing Windows updates, and other factors. Fortunately, the problem can be solved in the following ways. Let’s go through them one by one. read more