How to Resolve: Channel Surround Sound Not Working on Windows 10

When you upgrade to the latest version of Windows 10, you may run into compatibility issues and problems, usually with previous version drivers, because these drivers are specifically designed for the previous version of Windows 10.

This is when you may encounter an issue where 5.1 surround sound does not work on your Windows 10 computer. In this case, you can only hear the sound through the front speakers, but not through the rear speakers. However, we have some solutions for you that can solve this problem. Let’s take a look at how. read more

How to Repair System Restore Point Error Code 0x80042308 in Windows 10 PC

System recovery is a widely used recovery method for Windows users. If there is a sudden problem with your Windows operating system, System Restore allows you to return your operating system to its last working state. But what to do if you can’t create a system restore point at all? This article discusses such a problem when Windows cannot create a system restore point.

When you create a system restore point manually, you may get the following error message:

The restore point could not be created for the following reason:
The specified object was not found. (0x80042308)
Please try again. read more

How to Resolve: Edgegdi.dll Error – The Code Execution Cannot Proceed

Many users have reported the following error when trying to open some installed applications on their system,

Code execution cannot continue because the file edgegdi.dll was not found. Reinstalling the program may solve this problem.

Most often this error occurs in Final Draft and Nitro PDF Creator applications. However, it also occurs when working with applications such as Task Manager, Event Viewer, Settings, etc.

In this article, we will detail the different ways to fix this error on your system. Be sure to follow the solutions below in the same order. read more

How to Troubleshoot: Error 0x800710FE when Trying to Delete a File in Windows 10

A very common error that Windows users encounter when trying to delete a file from their computer is “Unforeseen error not allowing to delete file” or when trying to copy a file: “Unforeseen error not allowing to copy file”.

This error is followed by an error code, which is different in normal situations, but in most cases this code is 0x800710FE, and it can also indicate that your hard drive is in use. This is a simple error that can be fixed in a short time.

What causes error 0x800710FE in Windows 10 PC?

Some Windows users report that they encounter error 0x800710fe: The file cannot currently be used on this computer when trying to delete a file or folder. This is a really common problem. This error 0x800710fe often means that the offline cache is corrupt or that Remote Storage Services cannot currently access the file. 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

Error Fix: “Microsoft.Windows.ShellExperienceHost” and “Microsoft.Windows.Cortana” Applications Need to be Installed

The Start menu is one of the features highlighted in Windows 10. The reason is that Microsoft removed the Start menu in Windows 8, and many users asked the Redmond software “giant” to restore it. The company listened to its consumers, and as a result, the Start menu is back in Windows 10. If you’re having problems with the Start menu, most Windows experts advise you to run the Start menu troubleshooter.

However, after running the troubleshooter, some users found that some of the problems they found were still present and the troubleshooter was unable to fix them. One of these issues is the following: read more

Troubleshooting: Stop Error Code 0x00000024 BSOD in Windows

When you get error 0x00000024, you may see a blue screen (also called “death screen”) with the message “stop 0x00000024” when you boot your computer or shortly thereafter. This doesn’t mean much to the average user, but it can make it difficult to access your data.

And then it becomes a huge problem. You immediately wonder how to fix error 0x00000024. In this article, you will learn everything about 0x00000024 errors, from their causes to ways to fix them.

What causes the Stop Error Code 0x00000024 BSOD?

  • A virus or malware attack.
  • Damaged device drivers.
  • Old or misconfigured drivers.
  • Damaged hard disk or system files.
  • Drivers conflict due to installation of new hardware.
  • Deleted system files after drivers or software installation.
  • Due to NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM STOP error caused by corrupted RAM.
  • Damage to the Windows registry due to software installation or removal.

How to resolve the Stop Error Code 0x00000024 BSOD?

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How to Repair: Error Occurred While Windows was Synchronizing

Windows provides an automatic time synchronization feature that allows users to automatically synchronize time by connecting to an NTP server from the Windows menu. However, users may get a message that an error has occurred during Windows synchronization.

This problem often occurs with some NTP servers, including time.windows.com and time.nist.gov. And there can be many reasons for this problem. Fortunately, you can easily fix it using the following methods.

What is causing the “Error Occurred While Windows was Synchronizing” issue?

Windows Time Server stuck in a limbo state: A common reason that causes this error is that Time Server is stuck in a state between open and closed (commonly referred to as “limbo state”). If this scenario applies, you can solve the problem by changing the startup state to automatic on the service screen and restarting the service. read more

How to Resolve: “No JVM Could be Found” Error in Windows 10

This is a very common error that Windows users encounter when they try to run Java-based applications and Windows cannot find the Java runtime environment needed to run Java applications.

This error is also encountered by thousands of Minecraft users. Java is required to run Minecraft and all other Java-based games. Java allows developers to create cross-platform applications.

What causes the “No JVM Could be Found” error in Windows 10?

This error is due to an incompatibility between Java (64-bit OR 32-bit) on your computer and the software you are trying to install. To fix this error, you can install both the x64 and x32 JDK toolkits on your computer. read more

Fix: Blue Screen Error 0x00000109

If you are reading this article, you must have encountered error 0x00000109 (blue screen) when a critical structure has been damaged. There are many reasons for this error, such as installing a new program. Don’t worry, as all the sequences related to blue screen error code 0x00000109 are listed here. This will allow you to identify all the common causes and triggers of this error and follow the appropriate instructions and tips to get your system back up and running.

Blue screen error 0x00000109, also known as Critical Structure Damage, is a p.c. system error that causes the computer to shut down completely. When this happens, it means that the system kernel has detected data corruption or critical kernel code. The kernel is an important part of the operating system (OS). The main role of the kernel is to manage the hardware, especially the processor and RAM. The kernel is divided into two components: the monolithic kernel and the micro-kernel. The latter is responsible for regulating the main tasks of the system, while the monolithic kernel focuses on the various drivers. When a component is corrupted, it affects other components such as hardware, processor, RAM, and even drivers. read more