How to Repair: Toshiba Laptop Black Screen Problem

Sometimes critical errors occur on Toshiba devices. But none of them seem as annoying as a black screen on a Toshiba laptop. This is a very common error that occurs to many Toshiba users.

When this error occurs, you won’t get a specific error code or notification that gives you a clear idea of the error. This error can also occur when applying a new cumulative Windows operating system update.

Regardless of how the error was caused, you should strive to know how to fix it. Therefore, in the following guide, we will cover some reliable workarounds to fix this error. read more

Troubleshooting a Slow and Lagging Windows 10 System

What’s the best way to speed up your computer when the system slows down and unresponsiveness and long boot times become the norm? Fixing lag problems on your computer may seem like a daunting task, but it’s not. Our guide will show you how to fix a slow and sluggish PC, with steps you can follow in a few minutes and get immediate and lasting results.

What are the causes of slow and sluggish Windows 10?

Damaged or insufficient RAM: Damaged or insufficient RAM can affect computer performance, cause random reboots, blue screens, etc. If the RAM is damaged or defective, the system memory cannot process processes and services properly. This causes your computer to slow down. read more

How to Repair: Uninstalling SkypeHost.exe in Windows 10 PC

SkypeHost.exe is an executable file belonging to the Microsoft Skype process, which is developed by a Microsoft software developer with Microsoft Skype Preview. If the SkypeHost.exe process is important in Windows 10, you should be careful when removing it. Sometimes the SkypeHost.exe process may put too much load on the CPU or GPU. If it is a malware or virus, it may run in the background.

The .exe extension of the SkypeHost.exe file indicates that it is an executable file for Windows operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. Malware and viruses are also transmitted through exe files. Therefore, we should be sure before running an unknown executable file on your computer or laptop. read more

How to Fix uTorrent Disk Overloaded Error in Windows

Many users report that the “uTorrent Disk Overloaded” error occurs when the download speed reaches 4-5MB/s. When file pre-sharing is disabled, the “uTorrent Disk Overloaded” error causes too much data to be written to the hard drive at the same time. This error can also occur when downloading multiple large files at the same time.

After studying numerous reports and user reports, we have explored several effective troubleshooting methods. Let’s see how to fix uTorrent disk overload. read more

Workaround: Windows 10 Freezing when Pressing Print Screen

Taking a screenshot on your computer is as easy as it is on your smartphone, but not being able to take one in critical situations can be stressful. Recently, several users reported that their Windows 10 hangs when they press the “Print Screen” key on their keyboard. While researching the problem, we found out that there could be several causes, including corrupted drivers or Windows debug mode.

If you’ve encountered a problem like this, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled a list of troubleshooting methods to help you quickly identify and solve the problem. read more

Troubleshooting: Something wrong when loading the DC-WFF.dll

Sometimes the error “Something wrong when loading the DC-WFF.dll” appears every time you start your Windows computer. What is it and how do you fix it? Well, DC_WFF.dll is part of TWCU (short for TP-LINK Wireless Configuration Utility).

The “dc_wff.dll” module failed to load is a somewhat annoying error, but luckily there are several ways to fix it. Follow these solutions one by one until you find one that works for you.

What causes the error message “Something wrong when loading the DC-WFF.dll”?

DC-WFF.DLL may fail to load if the file is not properly registered in the Windows environment. Incorrect installation of conflicting applications (e.g. TP-Link) may also be the cause of the current problem. read more

How to Troubleshoot: Fatal Error C0000034 when Applying Windows Update

If you have encountered the fatal error C0000034 when applying the update process and do not know how to fix it, you have come to the right place, because this article will help you. We will show you effective solutions to this error.

New Windows updates can improve your operating system. Therefore, when updates appear, you should install them. However, you may encounter some errors that prevent you from installing Windows updates.

Error C0000034 when applying the update is one such error. If you encounter this error, read on and find solutions in this post. read more

How to Repair Forza Horizon 4 Game Crash in Windows 10

Forza Horizon 4 is a racing video game developed by Playground Games and published by Microsoft Studios. It was released in 2018 on Microsoft Windows and Xbox One. As the fourth Forza Horizon game and the eleventh installment in the Forza series, this game introduced the changing seasons and won the favor of most players.

The game should run smoothly if the necessary conditions are met. However, many players report that the game crashes at launch or while playing on PC, which is quite frustrating for PC players. In fact, the problem of the game crashing can be related not only to the technical characteristics of the PC, but also to other factors. read more

How to Repair Fatal Error in Borderlands 2

Borderlands 2 match conquering fatal error when trying to continue the game requires a lot of effort and is caused by several reasons, including missing files, match cache, configuration records of this game, and more. Sometimes the error can also be caused by additional software installed on your system that limits the matching process. We’ll talk about all of this in more detail below.

What causes the Borderlands 2 fatal error

When this error message appears out of nowhere, you can consider different reasons that can cause it in different cases. read more

Troubleshooting Stuck at the ‘Preparing to Configure’ for Windows 7 or 10

If you use Microsoft Windows 7, you are probably familiar with the message “Preparing to Configure Windows. Do not turn off your computer.” This message appears when you turn on your computer. It means that your system is performing the necessary updates, which shouldn’t take more than 20 or 30 minutes.

I recently waited over eight hours with the same message on my screen during one of these routine updates. I wondered if it was due to a particular update, but it didn’t seem to be. I did a hard reboot, which is not a good idea under normal circumstances, but I had no other choice. After restarting the computer, it was stuck in the same setup process. read more