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 the “Internet Explorer has stopped working” Problem

Sometimes Internet Explorer just crashes. There is no obvious reason, and Windows just tells you that Internet Explorer no longer works. It says it’s “looking for a solution,” but no matter how long you wait, nothing happens.

Surprisingly, this is a fairly common problem. While this problem is quite frustrating, it’s usually not hard to solve.

What causes the “Internet Explorer has stopped working” issue?

  • As with many Windows problems, the problem is usually that programs can’t access certain library files called DLLs (Dynamic Link Libraries). They allow programs to communicate with each other, exchange data, and function properly. However, if these files are damaged or lost, applications will not work.
  • The error can also be caused by corrupted cache files and incompatible plug-ins.
  • It can also be caused by a third-party “.dll” file conflicting with iexplore.exe.
  • Another reason could be that Internet Explorer is loaded with many unwanted toolbars, BHOs, add-ons, and extensions. Certain security settings in Internet Explorer can also cause this problem.

How to resolve the “Internet Explorer not working” situation?

Perform a system restore

You can return to a restore point where all configurations were perfect. The restore process returns the system to the state in which it worked perfectly. read more

How to Resolve the “There is a problem with this website’s security certificate” Error

The Internet is an indispensable part of our daily lives, but unfortunately, some Windows 10 users report problems accessing certain websites.

They report that the message “There is a problem with this website`s security certificate” appears in their browser. So, let’s see how to solve this problem.

Before we begin, it should be noted that the problem can occur in almost any browser, so even if you change your browser, the problem will still occur.

Some users report this problem when trying to visit certain websites, such as Facebook, while others report the problem on almost all websites. read more

How to Repair: Libmysql.dll is Missing on Windows 10

Libmysql.dll errors are caused by situations in which the libmysql DLL file is deleted or corrupted. In some cases, libmysql.dll errors may indicate a registry problem, a virus or malware, or even a hardware failure.

Libmysql.dll error messages can occur when using or installing certain programs, when starting or stopping Windows, or even during Windows installation.

The libmysql.dll error context is important information that will be helpful in solving the problem. Whatever error message appears on your system, just try one by one the suggested solutions. read more

Solution: ‘Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage’ Problem

Having trouble opening web pages in Internet Explorer? You are not alone! Many Windows users are reporting this problem. But the good news is that you can fix it. Here are some effective solutions you can try to solve the problem.

What makes Internet Explorer not display a web page?

The main reason for this error seems to be the IPv4 and IPv6 versions of the Internet protocol. The problem occurs when the site you are trying to access uses both versions of the aforementioned protocol, which causes a conflict between them and, as a result, the error. read more

How to Repair: Your Clock is Ahead/Behind Error on Google Chrome

Although the Chrome web browser is getting better and better, you may experience problems when using it on your computer. If you try to visit a website and get an error message like “Your clock is running fast” or “Your clock is running slow,” don’t despair. It can be fixed, and we’ll show you how to fix the error in this article.

Chrome usually gives this error when there are problems with the time and date settings on your computer. However, the error can also be blamed on other factors. Below is everything you need to know about fixing the Google Chrome “Your clock is ahead/behind” error. read more

How to Troubleshoot NET CERT SYMANTEC LEGACY Error on Chrome

Do I see the error code “NET CERT SYMANTEC LEGACY” in the Google Chrome window? This error is an SSL certificate error and occurs when you try to browse certain websites. Don’t worry about it. Usually, there are two reasons for this problem: wrong date and time on your system or corrupt DNS configuration in your network profile.

What causes the NET CERT SYMANTEC LEGACY error?

The “NET::ERR_CERT_SYMANTEC_LEGACY” error is usually accompanied by the message “This connection is not private“. This error usually occurs because Google Chrome no longer recognizes the Symantec SSL / TLS certificate issued before June 1, 2016. read more

How to Troubleshoot: MEM_BAD_POINTER or MEM_BAD_POINTER (SmartHeap Library) Popup

Some Home Windows users have reported that the SmartHeap library error pops up every time they start their personal computers. In each case, the error message in this pop-up is MEM_BAD_POINTER / MEM_BAD_POINTER (SmartHeap Library). Whether the user clicks OK or Cancel, the result is the same: the computer works fine, but the error message appears the next time the system is started.

What causes MEM_BAD_POINTER / MEM_BAD_POINTER (SmartHeap library) to pop up

Damaged registry values: a registry key left hanging can also be the cause of a popup that calls the SmartHeap library. In most cases, this is because the infrastructure called by the startup registry key no longer exists. In this case, deleting the remaining registry key manually or with a utility such as a third-party registry cleaner should permanently resolve the problem. read more