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Windows Troubleshooting

How to Fix Overheating Computer
Your system works fine after a cold start, but after running for a while, it starts experiencing errors, or locks up entirely. This is a typical symptom of an overheating computer. In this article you learn how to determine if your computer is overheating, an how to cool it down. More ...

How to Fix logoncli.dll Error
logoncli.dll is a Net Logon Client DLL. If logoncli.dll is missing or corrupted, it will cause an error. More ...

Windows 10 Built-in Memory Diagnostic Tool
If your computer keeps crashing, freezing, or randomly rebooting, one likely cause could be a bad memory chip. Here's how to use Windows built-in memory diagnostic tool. More ...

First Stop When Troubleshooting Windows 7 - Control Panel
Having problems running a program? Can't connect to the Internet? Can't print? Other problem? Don't waste time and money searching for technical help, and don't panic. The Troubleshooting section of Control Panel includes more than a dozen troubleshooters. Choosing the right Control Panel Troubleshooter can often save you time and anxiety. More ...

How to Find Windows 7 Product Key
This article shows you how to get your Windows 7 product key if you don't have a system disc. More ...

No Computer Sound
If you hear the WAV file play, then your basic sound configuration is working properly. If you did not hear the WAV file play, continue reading (troubleshooting problems with the more complex sound file formats will be covered in future article). More ...

Fix Windows 7 Boot Errors
Are you encountering Windows 7 boot errors. This article we will show you how to fix Windows 7 boot error and enhance the functionality of the entire boot process. More ...

How to Fix Winload Errors
winload.exe is a small file (Windows loader) started by BOOTMGR. Usually winload is not missing but instead something has currupted BOOTMGR. You can fix this by booting from a Windows installation disc and selecting the repair option. More ...

How to Create a Windows XP Boot Disk
In many cases the cause is a corrupted startup file which prevents the computer from going through the bootup from start to finish. In this case, an easy way to start your PC is to have an emergency boot disk handy. A Boot Disk contain copies of critical files needed for startup that you should have made earlier. More ...

A Quality Freeware Hardware Diagnostic Tool
Restart your computer with the diskette in your floppy drive. Your computer will boot from the floppy and begin running a series of diagnostic tests to check your computers CPU, RAM, display, floppy drive, hard drive, serial port, and parallel port. More ...

A Required DLL Was Not Found
I would guess that thousands of Microsoft Windows users receive the message A required DLL was not found every time they start Windows. They simply click the OK button each time to cancel the message. More ...

How to Fix Error "Can't Find NTLDR"
You attempt to start your PC and you receive the error message: "Can't Find NTLDR". With Windows operating systems previous to Visa, one of the first files the operating system looks for is NTLDR. To fix the error use the Recovery Console to restore the NTLDR file from your Windows installation disc. More ...