The Safari can't open the page. Safari can't open the page "website" because Safari can't establish a secure connection to the server "website" issue was found quite recently and suggests that Mac prevents you from entering certain websites. Initially, this feature is part of the Mac security system that averts visits to malicious pages. However, in recent versions, this pop-up can be considered a bug since it can appear even when trying to open the world's safest and most trusted platforms like Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, and others. Usually, the error happens due to connection problems that could appear after planned system updates. Luckily, this issue is easily solvable, we will just have to do some manipulations below that will free yourself from this annoying message.
Runtime error is a common windows issue that has been pestering most of the users. When trying to launch a program, the issue is accompanied by a “Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library” window with a message like "This application has requested Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way" that restricts users from further engagement. It is usually caused by Visual C++ malfunction that can be arisen due to many reasons. Since Visual C++ is an indispensable part of graphics, the problem may be intimately correlated with video card drivers. Therefore, the error typically appears whilst the system fails to establish correctly with video card drivers or because Visual C++ is corrupted and has to be restored. Malware intervention, corrupted files, or outdated software can also lead to Runtime errors. However, you do not have to spend your time searching for solutions because we have gathered them right in the article below.
Users tend to stumble upon this issue due to many cases. Firstly, when trying to open File Explorer via Win + E combination. And second, whilst trying to access certain apps stored on Windows 10. In both cases, people receive the same message saying "Windows cannot find. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again". Technically it means that the route to some file or program is wrong and has to be changed. You might be wondering if everything used to work fine then why it would suddenly fail? Well, these kinds of violations may be occurred due to internal system breakdowns or the influence of secondary apps. This is why we decided to make a full review of how to get rid of this problem in the article below.
First of all, Print Spooler is a type of service that is initially integrated into your system and implements the function of sending printing queues to the printer server. Therefore, it is responsible for running multiple printing jobs correctly without setbacks. However, there has been a couple of users repeatedly facing different printer-related issues. Actually, it does not matter which one you are currently facing because all of these errors are typically caused by other services that might not be working properly. The main dependency usually lies in RPC (Remote Procedure Control) services that play a significant role in printing. Therefore, it is more likely that you are facing this error because RPC is either malfunctioned or not started at all. Although, with our help, it will not be a big struggle to fix this problem with the full kit of radical solutions that are mentioned in the article below.
Some users experience a problem opening Command Prompt in Windows systems. The issue is followed by a message saying that "Windows cannot find cmd. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again". This can be damaging for those using Command Prompt to overcome other issues related to system performance. What is even worse is that Command Prompt can be used by other programs to run certain processes as well. The issue means that the "cmd.exe" file is missing and cannot be found by Windows. Usually, this can happen due to malware presence that hijacked and messed up the folder of cmd. Thus, we will start by running a scan and then try other methods later on.
A number of reasons can be the culprit for BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO appearing on PCs. Usually, this error can be related to registry, drivers, configuration, hardware, and other issues. The most obvious symptom reflecting the BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO issue is an abrupt shutdown and display of the BSOD (Blue Screen of Death). Sometimes Windows cannot fix the problem and keeps crashing without having a chance to finish the boot up successfully. Users have to correspond to other devices to learn fixing instructions. Luckily, there are some options designed by Windows to solve issues without accessing the desktop itself. You will find instructions upon the problem elimination in the article below.