How to Repair ‘Unable to access jarfile’ in Windows 10

If you recently tried to open a JAR package file and got the error message “Can’t access Jarfile”, it simply means that your computer does not have the right software to open the file or that you specified the wrong path to the file. Other common causes of this error include outdated Java version, malware infection of your computer, or wrong default program setting to open JAR files. Before discussing solutions to this problem, let’s take a look at what a JAR is.

Java Archive or JAR is a batch file format based on the ZIP architecture. It is used to combine multiple Java class files, their metadata, and all the resources needed for those files to function into a single package. The purpose of this format is to distribute the batch files needed to run applications and programs. The latest version of the Java Runtime Environment must be installed to run the executable file of the JAR package. read more

Troubleshooting Windows 10 ‘No Such Partition – Grub Rescue’ Error

Today, many hard drive or partition problems can arise from the improper use of laptops or desktops. When a problem occurs, you will usually see a message informing you of the specific error. Among these errors, this partition error is very common in Windows; it is especially common in dual systems.

It always occurs when starting the computer, followed by the error message “Booting GRUB. Welcome to GRUB! Error: No such partition. Go to recovery mode… grub rescue>” or “Error: no such partition. grub rescue>”. This error message appears as follows. read more

Solution: Malwarebytes runtime error – Could not call proc

Malwarebytes runtime error - Could not call proc

Malwarebytes execution error is a common problem that occurs when installing an application on a Windows computer. How to get rid of the installation problem? Make it easy for yourself. In this article, you will learn about possible solutions to this error.

When you try to install Malwarebytes on a Windows computer, you may see an error window with the error message: runtime error (at xx: xxx): could not call proc.

In most cases, this error is related to the %TEMP% folder. Malwarebytes for Windows during installation should store files in the %TEMP% folder. If this folder is on the network or on RAMDisk (Random Access Memory Drive), a runtime error will occur during Malwarebytes installation. read more