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Troubleshooting tutorials on various types of system errors, application errors, caused by virus infection, registry corruption or any other type of malfunction in Windows operating systems.

How to fix DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE error in Windows 10

BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) errors are quite common around Windows users. Followed by a system crash, the computer fails to initiate some necessary processes that maintain the hardware state. "DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE" code is not an exception and appears whilst waking up your PC after sleep or hibernate mode. The error results in a BSOD crash saying that your pc has problems with drivers. Drivers themselves are very important since they establish communication between software and hardware to operate properly. This particular issue is related to either malfunctioned drivers or wrong battery configuration that cannot communicate with your hardware correctly. "DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE" error has been in the spotlight of many users and if you are one of those, follow the fixing guide that is mentioned down below.

How to fix PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA error in Windows 10

PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA is a common Windows issue that is typically addressed to RAM disruptions. It has been dominant on all Windows versions like 10/8.1/8 and 7. The error unfolds as a Blue Screen of Death after a system crash. The popping-up error means that the pc failed to request a page of memory which therefore hindered Windows from running correctly. Thereafter, Windows will start automatically collecting the data and fixing the issue which will, therefore, result in a reboot. Unfortunately, the automatic repairing process does not always appear successful. Instead, sometimes people cannot log into the system because the Blue screen keeps endlessly appearing while attempting to launch the PC. "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA" error is often related to memory configuration hiccups or corrupted hardware prospects. However, since this type of problem has been existing and targetting most of the Windows users for a long time, we have gathered a set of most effective and testified tools that will help you eliminate this problem in the article below.

How to fix IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL error in Windows 10

Most of the BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) errors are typically related to malfunctions of different parts of the system. There is plenty of errors that keep pestering and confusing most of the users. Today, we are going to discuss the "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" error that can be seen on all Windows versions. Likewise other system errors, "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" pops up when some processes failed to run properly and resulted in urgent reboot to fix the issue and prevent the damage. Below, you will learn the most typical reasons for the "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" error occurrence companied by the most effective solutions.

How to fix CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED error in Windows 10

Windows Latest reports that with the latest KB4535996 update released by Microsoft for Windows 10, users started complaining about numerous crashes resulting in BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) errors. The patch was manufactured at the end of February and was supposed to fix previous problems, however, it only toped up the list of irritating errors. Besides that, some users did not manage to finish the installation of the update. Instead, the installation froze and subsequently broke into the failure. Unfortunately, the issue persists even after a reboot. Somebody got a little bit luckier since they successfully managed to install the update but still faced multiple issues with their PCs. Note that KB4535996 is a minor patch that is not necessary to install hence you can easily skip it. Therefore, the best and simplest method to get rid of the "CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED" error is obviously deleting the KB4535996 update. Keep reading below to learn how to do that and see some other tips that can be useful in fixing the issue.

How to fix 0xc000007b error in Windows 10

Error 0xc000007b is a common Windows 10 issue that can be seen when trying to launch some applications. It has been found that it usually pop-ups after installing new patches or feature updates. The range of affected apps may vary from typical games to in-built software. The issue, therefore, prevents users from entering say a game by showing a message like this "The application was unable to start correctly". This error may be pointing on various reasons such as missing or corrupted fragments like .NET framework 3.5 or Visual C++ Redistributable that are indispensable for running most of the programs. Some users work around the error by simply rebooting their PCs. Unfortunately, this method does not always solve the problem, especially if you do not want to constantly restart your computer after encountering the problem.

How to fix 0x80240fff error in Windows 10

As a rule, error 0x80240fff is thrown up when trying to install fresh Windows updates or new components. Windows itself does not offer the necessary tips on how to solve this issue. This error may be popping up due to various reasons like Internet connection issues, Files corruption, Update service malfunction and others. Error 0x80240fff, therefore, hinders users from searching for further system updates hence making impossible to install them. In this article, you will be presented with a full guide on how to get rid of this problem and flawlessly update your system. The error solutions may depend on what Windows version you are using (Home, Pro or Enterprise). We have prepared the most effective methods for both down below.