System Errors


Windows 10 showing 0xc1900223 error while updating to 1903

What is error 0xc1900223

0xc1900223 is a system error that may pop up while updating Windows 10 to v.1903. This indicates that there was a problem downloading and installing the selected update. It usually looks like this: once the update is downloaded, Windows prepares to install it, gets to 88%, then fails. The causes of the problem may be different: bugs in Windows updates, incorrectly configured system settings, corrupted registry entries, and other similar major issues. In this guide, we will show you how to quickly and easily solve the problem associated with feature update to Windows 10, version 1903 – error 0xc1900223.

fix error 0xc1900223 on Windows 10

Automatic solution

Repairing system errors maybe not an easy task, so we should warn you that performing some of the steps may require above-average skills, so if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

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Or you may use manual methods:

Solution 1: Update manually via Media Creation Tool

  1. To obtain Media Creation Tool, follow this link
  2. Click Download tool now
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  4. Launch MediaCreationTool, select Upgrade This PC Now, and click Next
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  6. The Windows will automatically start downloading and installing the latest updates. In most cases, that should take care of your problems.

Solution 2

If previos method didn’t work, try using Microsoft support article to fix update issues


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As we stated before, you can follow the solutions provided by this guide at your own risk. In case if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

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How to fix error status 0xc000012f on Windows 10

How to fix error status 0xc000012f

0xc000012f is a system error that most often occurs among Windows 10 users. The causes of the problem may be different: bugs in Windows updates, incorrectly configured system settings, corrupted registry entries, and other similar major issues. The error pops up with the following message:

“C:\Windows\System32\Windows.Storage.ApplicationData.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator of the software vendor for support. Error status 0xc000012f”

fix error 0xc000012f on Windows 10

You may follow this guide to fix 0xc000012f error code on Windows 10.

Automatic solution

Repairing system errors maybe not an easy task, so we should warn you that performing some of the steps may require above-average skills, so if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

Download CleanMyPC

The CleanMyPC is an all-in-one tool for users who want to forget about numerous system issues like error 0xc000012f on Windows 10. All you need to is to launch it, the program itself will find and fix all detected problems automatically.

Or you may use manual methods:

Solution 1

  1. Press Windows button + R, type cleanmgr and click OK
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  3. In the opened Disc Cleanup, select drive (C:\) and click OK
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  5. In the opened menu, mark the Setup log files, Recycle bin, and Temporary files section, then click Clean up System Files.
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  7. After the process is done, reboot your computer.

Solution 2

  1. Open the Start Menu, then type: cmd in the search box
  2. Right-click the result and then click Run as Administrator
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  4. Type: SFC /SCANNOW and hit Enter key.
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  6. After the process is done, reboot your computer.

Solution 3

If nothing works, try using Microsoft support article to fix update issues


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As we stated before, you can follow the solutions provided by this guide at your own risk. In case if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

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How to fix 0X8007007e printing error

How to fix printing error 0X8007007e

Error 0X8007007e is common trouble that may appear when a user tries to print in Windows 10. Many users write, that it happens right after cumulative update for Windows 10 (especially for amd64-based systems). When a user tries to print something, he or she faces pop-up notification stating: “Your printer has experienced an unexpected configuration problem. 0X8007007e”. Below in this guide, you will find several methods to fix 0X8007007e printing error.

fix error 0X8007007e on Windows 10

Automatic solution

Repairing system errors maybe not an easy task, so we should warn you that performing some of the steps may require above-average skills, so if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

Download CleanMyPC

The CleanMyPC is an all-in-one tool for users who want to forget about numerous system issues like error 0X8007007e on Windows 10. All you need to is to launch it, the program itself will find and fix all detected problems automatically.

Or you may use manual methods:

Solution 1

  1. Press Windows button + R and type spool and click OK
  2. In the opened spool (C:\Windows\System32\spool), navigate to drivers folder
  3. In the search field, type Printconfig.dll
  4. Printconfig.dll search
    You will most likely get multiple results, it’s okay

  5. Locate the x64 DLL file and copy it to C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers\x64\3 folder
  6. Click Continue if it asks for administrator’s permission
  7. Done

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In case if it doesn’t solve the problem, try to copy/paste another Printconfig.dll file


Solution 2

  1. Navigate to C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers\x64\PCC folder
  2. Double-click prnms003.inf_amd64_9542e8cf351e300e.cab file. The Printconfig.dll file is located in this CAB file.
  3. Right-click Printconfig.dll and click Extract
  4. extract Printconfig.dll

  5. Extract the Printconfig.dll file to C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers\x64\3
  6. Done

Solution 3

If nothing works, try using Microsoft support article to fix update issues


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As we stated before, you can follow the solutions provided by this guide at your own risk. In case if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

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How to fix printer issues after Windows 10 update

How to fix printer issues

Since the latest Windows 10 update (KB4524147 or KB4517211), many users have started to experience problems with the printer (cannot print after Windows 10 update). For example, the user tries to print something, selects a printer, and when he or she clicks “Print”:

  • nothing happens
  • the user gets an error saying there are no printers installed
  • or program does not show any printers

fix printer issues on Windows 10
In most cases, this problem occurs only in the Google Chrome browser, and other applications like Word or Outlook print without problems. The main culprit responsible for this is Windows itself, specifically KB4524147 and KB4517211 Windows updates. In this guide, you will find detailed instructions on how to fix printer issues on Windows 10.

Automatic solution

Repairing system errors maybe not an easy task, so we should warn you that performing some of the steps may require above-average skills, so if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

Download CleanMyPC

The CleanMyPC is an all-in-one tool for users who want to forget about numerous system issues like printer issues on Windows 10. All you need to is to launch it, the program itself will find and fix all detected problems automatically.

Or you may use manual methods:

This error is actually caused by the latest Windows 10 update so the first thing we need to do is to uninstall it. To do so:

  1. Open the Start Menu, and click Settings
  2. In Settings menu, go to Update & security and click on the View Update History
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  4. On the View Update History page, click on Uninstall updates
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  6. On the next screen, in the search box type: KB4524147
    printer issues

  7. Select it, click Uninstall button, and then click Yes on the confirmation box
  8. Type: KB4517211
  9. Select it, click Uninstall button, and then click Yes on the confirmation box
  10. Restart your PC

If it it didn’t help, you may try using Microsoft support article to fix printer issues

As we stated before, you can follow the solutions provided by this guide at your own risk. In case if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

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How to fix “VMware Workstation Pro can’t run on Windows”

How to fix a problem with launching VMware Workstation on Windows 10

Many users encountered difficulties related to the VMware Workstation Pro after the Cumulative Update (September Windows Update). They have discovered that the installation of updates, in particular, KB4517211, has caused the failure of VMware Workstation software to start. The program fails to launch displaying the following message: “VMware Workstation Pro can’t run on Windows”. Below in this guide, you will find several methods to fix “VMware Workstation Pro can’t run on Windows” error.

fix error VMware Workstation Pro can't run on Windows

Automatic solution

Repairing system errors maybe not an easy task, so we should warn you that performing some of the steps may require above-average skills, so if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

Download CleanMyPC

The CleanMyPC is an all-in-one tool for users who want to forget about numerous system issues like error “VMware Workstation Pro can’t run on Windows”. All you need to is to launch it, the program itself will find and fix all detected problems automatically.

Or you may use manual methods:


Solution 1:

This is the easiest way that can solve your problem. To do this, go to VMware Workstation location folder and rename the folder “vmplayer”. For example:
C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Player\vmplayer
to
C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Player\vmplayer1

Just that’s all


Solution 2

The second way is also quick and simple.

  1. Open the Start Menu, then type: regedit in the search box
  2. Right-click the result and then click Run as Administrator
  3. Go to [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags] folder and apply the following:

    • "{3d9912c3-cb54-4f34-ab71-1d429553bf96}"=dword:00000077
    • "{66f21bbc-149a-411b-8e11-880af7c1266c}"=dword:00000077


Solution 3

If nothing works, try using Microsoft support article to fix update issues

As we stated before, you can follow the solutions provided by this guide at your own risk. In case if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

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How to fix error 0x80073701 in Windows 10

How to fix error 0x80073701

Error 0x80073701 is common trouble that may appear when a user tries to install Windows 10 V1903 Updates. Many users write, that it happens right after running KB4512508 or KB4508451 cumulative update for Windows Version 1903 (especially for amd64-based systems). The error sometimes causes to the system problems that could be resolved with system recovery or cumulative updates, which are impossible to perform because of error 0x80073701. Below in this guide, you will find several methods to fix 0x80073701 error.

fix error 0x80073701 on Windows 10

Automatic solution

Repairing system errors maybe not an easy task, so we should warn you that performing some of the steps may require above-average skills, so if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

Download CleanMyPC

The CleanMyPC is an all-in-one tool for users who want to forget about numerous system issues like error 0x80073701 on Windows 10. All you need to is to launch it, the program itself will find and fix all detected problems automatically.

Or you may use manual methods:

Solution 1: fix error 0x80073701 via Command Prompt

  1. Open the Start Menu, then type: cmd in the search box
  2. Right-click the result and then click Run as Administrator
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  4. Type following commands one-by-one followed by Enter key.

    • net stop wuauserv
    • net stop cryptSvc
    • net stop bits
    • net stop msiserver
    • Ren C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution SoftwareDistribution.old
    • Ren C:\Windows\System32\catroot2 Catroot2.old
    • net start wuauserv
    • net start cryptSvc
    • net start bits
    • net start msiserver.

  5. Restart and try again

In most cases, this should solve the problem. If not, open Command Prompt once again and type following:

  • SFC /SCANNOW
  • DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /AnalyzeComponentStore
  • DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup
  • DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
  • DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
  • DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth


Restart and proceed to update Windows 10.

Solution 2

If the previous method didn’t work, you may try downloading KB4512508 update manually by clicking on this link and install it.

Solution 3

If nothing works, try using Microsoft support article to fix update issues

As we stated before, you can follow the solutions provided by this guide at your own risk. In case if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

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How to fix SS3svc32.exe popping up issue on Windows 10

How to fix SS3svc32.exe issue

After the latest Windows update, many users faced the problem related to SS3svc32.exe file. The User Account Control (UAC) started popping up on startup asking to allow SS3svc32.exe to make changes. It should be noted that this issue concerns only the owners of computers with the Asus motherboard. The fact is that SS3svc32.exe file (Sonic Studio 3) is a component of Realtek HD audio drivers suite, which is used in many ASUS mainboards and which after the update began to conflict with the system. Now, we all know that SS3svc32.exe is not malware and we don’t need to worry about computer security. Still, to stop SS3svc32.exe pop-up to appear each time you start the computer, you may follow this guide.

fix SS3svc32.exe issue on Windows 10

Automatic solution

Repairing system errors maybe not an easy task, so we should warn you that performing some of the steps may require above-average skills, so if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

Download CleanMyPC

The CleanMyPC is an all-in-one tool for users who want to forget about numerous system issues like SS3svc32.exe issue on Windows 10. All you need to is to launch it, the program itself will find and fix all detected problems automatically.

Or you may use manual methods:

Solution 1

The easiest way to get rid of SS3svc32.exe pop-up is to allow the app to “run as administrator”. To do this:

  1. Locate the file SS3svc32.exe in explorer (it is usually located at c:\Program Files\ASUSTeKcomputer.Inc\Sonic Suite 3\Foundation\
  2. Right click the file and select Properties
  3. Go to the Compatibility tab and click the shield Change settings for all users button
  4. In the opened window, and enable the check box Run this program as an administrator
  5. Click Apply, then click OK

In most cases, this should solve the problem. If not, proceed to the next step.

Solution 2: Fix SS3svc32.exe pop-up via Task Scheduler

This method is much more complicated, therefore it is suitable only for experienced users.

  1. Open the Start Menu, then type: taskschd.msc in the search box and press Enter (If prompted by UAC, click on Yes)
  2. In the left pane of Task Scheduler, click on the Task Scheduler Library folder, then click on New Folder in the far right pane.
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  4. Type in a name (ex: program name “SS3svc32.exe”) you want for the new task folder to make finding the task easier, then click on OK
  5. SS3svc32.exe pop-up

  6. In the left pane of Task Scheduler, click on the new task folder (ex: SS3svc32.exe), and click on Create Task in the far right pane
  7. SS3svc32.exe pop-up

  8. Under the General tab, type in a name for the task (ex: Program Name “SS3svc32.exe”). Make sure Run with highest Privileges option is enabled.
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  10. Go to the Triggers tab and click New button.
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  12. In the Begin the task drop down menu list, select At startup. Next, make sure that Enabled is checked, and click on OK.
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  14. Under the Triggers tab, click on the New button.
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  16. In the Begin the task drop down menu list, select At log on. Next, make sure that Enabled is checked, and click on OK.
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  18. Go to the Actions tab and click New button.
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  20. In the Action drop down menu list, select Start a program, then click on the Browse button and select the program’s EXE file.
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  22. Copy and paste: /start SonicStudioSystray /silent to Add arguments (optional) box, and click OK
  23. SS3svc32.exe pop-up

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We recall once again this method is only for advanced users so if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

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We have provided two ways to solve this problem, but there is a third way and it’s actually the easiest. We figured out that this issue is caused by Windows 10 itself so we just can wait until Microsoft fixes this bug and release a new update.

Windows 10 not detecting video card and drivers

How to fix driver issues on Windows 10

This article is written specifically for those users who are experiencing problems with detecting hardware and installing drivers on Windows 10 operating system. There are a lot of users that complain that Windows 10 can’t detect their device or it’s recognized incorrectly. After reading a lot of “angry” reviews on the forums, we came to the conclusion that this is the most relevant for video cards, in particular, video cards by Nvidia. That’s why we have written this guide for troubleshooting driver problems in Windows 10 using video cards as an example.

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Automatic solution

Repairing system errors maybe not an easy task, so we should warn you that performing some of the steps may require above-average skills, so if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to the automatic tool.

Download CleanMyPC

The CleanMyPC is an all-in-one tool for users who want to forget about numerous system issues like driver issues on Windows 10. All you need to is to launch it, the program itself will find and fix all detected problems automatically.

Or you may use manual methods:

Solution 1. Fix driver issues through Windows Update

The first thing you need to do is to try installing drivers using Windows Update.
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  1. Press Windows+R
  2. Input ‘ms-settings:windowsupdate’ and hit the Enter key
  3. Click Check for updates
  4. Remove the below listed entries

In some cases, this should solve the problem: the system itself will detect all plugged hardware, find and install all required drivers.

Solution 2. Update driver manually

Let’s take an example of a video card from Nvidia. Before installing a new driver, you should remove all previous Nvidia drivers that you have. To do that follow these steps:

  1. Go to Settings and click Apps
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  3. Find Nvidia drivers in the list and click Uninstall.
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When you perform a previous step, you should download the latest software drivers from the manufacturer’s website for your computer model. Usually, drivers are located in the Support section from an official website. The way to find it will vary depending on the brand of the hardware. If you can’t get to the Drivers section, you can just enter a query using a search engine, for example, type: “Nvidia GTX 1060 drivers download‘. This will often provide a direct link.

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It’s okay if you haven’t found native Windows 10 drivers. In this case, download the latest Windows drivers available for your model. So if they only have Windows 7 drivers, try using those. One important point: make sure you download the right drivers for your architecture (32 or 64 bit).

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Download the latest drivers after selecting your version of Windows.

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If you are not sure what type of system you are using, then simply right-click the My Computer or This PC icon and choose Properties – in the appeared window you will see the information on your system version and type of architecture (32 or 64 bit).

Solution 3. Install drivers using Device Manager

If the system failed to recognize your hardware, you should install drivers manually. To do this, you need to have drivers downloaded ( see above).

  1. Press Windows+X and click Device Manager.
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  3. Locate your device, right click it and select Update Driver Software
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  5. Once Update Driver Software is open, select Browse my computer for driver software
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  7. Click Browse and point location of your drivers. Windows automatically install it for you.
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Solution 4. Make sure your graphics card is enabled in BIOS

This method is only for users who are experiencing problems with the video card. If your computer has both integrated and discrete graphics, your discrete video card might be disabled in BIOS by default. To fix it, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to Settings (Windows + I).
  2. enable discrete in bios

  3. Select Update & Security, then go to Recovery.
  4. enable discrete in bios

  5. Click Restart now under Advanced startup.
  6. enable discrete in bios

  7. In the opened menu, go to Troubleshoot > Advanced options > UEFI Firmware Settings and click Restart.
  8. enable discrete in bios

  9. When you enter BIOS you need to find Graphic’s device feature and select Discrete Graphics. This feature should be located in Display > Graphic’s device.
  10. enable discrete in bios

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Keep in mind that this option is sometimes called Primary Graphics Card, dGPU Configuration, or switchable graphics so we recommend that you check your motherboard manual for detailed instructions.

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How to fix Driver PNP Watchdog error

How to fix Driver PNP Watchdog error

Driver PNP Watchdog error is a system issue that often appears while installing Windows 10 version 1803 Update. This happens when the user tries upgrading Windows 10, the update starts and then freezes at some stage and eventually showing the “Blue Screen of Death” (BSOD) with the Driver PNP Watchdog error. There are many reasons for the appearance of this error. It may be caused due to the system problems, the presence of viruses and other malware, out of date drivers or damaged hard drives of your PC and so on. As a result, the user can’t install important updates without facing Driver PNP Watchdog error. Below in this guide, you will find several methods to fix Driver PNP Watchdog error.

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Ways to fix Driver PNP Watchdog error :

Automatic solution

Repairing system errors may be not an easy task, so we should warn you that performing some of the steps may require above-average skills, so if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to an automatic tool.

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All operations are carried out in Safe Mode with networking. To load your system in this mode, perform the following steps:

For Windows XP/Vista/7

  1. Reboot you PC;
  2. Press F8 button when you turn on the computer;
  3. Advanced Boot Options menu should appear;
  4. Select Safe Mode with Networking;

For Windows 10

Since Windows 10 fails to load, and we can’t access System Configuration, let’s try using this simple method. The thing – Windows 10 turns on “Automatic Repair mode” (in this mode we can boot into Safe Mode) when it fails to boot 3 times in a row. To cause “Automatic Repair mode” we need to press “Reset” button when you see the Windows logo.

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If you’ve done it right, you will see a screen that your system is “Preparing Automatic Repair”

  1. Once “Automatic Repair” is loaded, press the “Advanced options” button.;
  2. Select “Troubleshoot” on the next screen.;
  3. Go to Troubleshoot -> Advanced options -> Startup Settings and press Restart;
  4. After Windows 10 restarts, you should press F5 key to Enable Safe Mode with Networking.

Once loaded, you need to download CleanMyPC and launch it. Open CleanMyPC and run a scan for Windows errors and Registry issues. The program itself will detect and fix all system errors preventing the operating system from booting.

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Steps of manual resolving

Solution 1. Remove problem causing registry entries

  1. Press Windows+R
  2. Input ‘regedit’ and hit the Enter key
  3. Go to the following location HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\COMPONENTS\
  4. Remove the below listed entries
    • AdvancedInstallersNeedResolving
    • PendingXMLIdentifier
    • NextQueueEntryIndex
    • Reboot the PC

Solution 2. Re-register the required components

  1. Initiate the search for ‘command prompt’ as administrator
  2. Type the following commands and hit Enter after each
      SC config wuauserv start= auto
      SC config bits start= auto
      SC config cryptsvc start= auto
      SC config trustedinstaller start= auto
    • Exit
  3. Reboot the PC

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If you are not sure what type of system you are using, then simply right-click the My Computer or This PC icon and choose Properties – in the appeared window you will see the information on your system version.

Solution 3. Permit VSS Copy

  1. Go to the Control Panel
  2. Change the view type to Icons
  3. Choose Administrative tools and within it go to the Services tab
  4. There at the bottom of the window find the Volume Shadow Copy service and double-click it
  5. Click on the Startup type menu and select Automatic
  6. Confirm your choice by clicking OK

Solution 4. Delete Conflicting File

Use this method if the error message emerges when you’re performing an installation of software through InstallShield.

  1. Navigate to C:\Program Files\Common Files\InstallSheild\Professional\Runtime\ISProbe.tlb
  2. And remove ISProbe.tlb file

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It is likely that you will need to view hidden files & folders to detect the file. For this open the Control Panel and click Folder Options. In the emerged window go to the tab View and mark the option ‘Show hidden files, folders, and drivers’

How to remove ‘TurboCad Symbols’ pop-up

How to remove TurboCad Symbols pop-up

TurboCad Symbols is an annoying message that may pop up in your web-browser. This happens when the user opens the browser and instead of the homepage, he sees a blank page with the window titled “Windows Installer” saying “the feature you are trying to use is on a CD-ROM or other removable disk that is not available. Insert the ‘TurboCad symbols and click OK”. There are many reasons for the appearance of this error, it may be caused due to the system problems, Windows update errors, the impact of the virus, out of date drivers or damaged hard drives of your PC and so on. As a result, the user can’t launch the browser without facing TurboCad Symbols pop-up. Below, you will find several methods to fix TurboCad Symbols pop-up.

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Update: As it was found out, the main culprit responsible for this pop-up is the Chrome browser itself or rather its last update. Google support is aware of that and they promised to fix it in the new update. In the meantime, we’ll have to handle this ourselves.

Ways to fix TurboCad Symbols pop-up :

Below we present instructions that may solve the problem. Depending on your system, the solutions may slightly differ, so perform the steps suitable for your system.

Automatic solution

Repairing system errors may be not an easy task, so we should warn you that performing some of the steps may require above-average skills, so if you don’t feel experienced enough, you may apply to automatic tool.

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Combo Cleaner Antivirus is an anti-malware program for those users who want to forget about numerous system issues like TurboCad Symbols pop-up. Aside from fixing TurboCad Symbols pop-up, CLeanMyPC will also automatically resolve other issues boosting your computer speed and stabilizing its performance.

Or you may use manual methods:

Steps of manual resolving

Solution 1. Reset browser’s settings

  1. For this, first, make a backup of your bookmarks if you want to keep them
  2. Then go to C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Google\
  3. Select Chrome folder and rename it as you wish, for example, Chrome.old
  4. Re-launch Google Chrome to check if the problem is solved.
  5. Import your bookmarks

Solution 2. Run chkdsk command

  1. Initiate the search for cmd
  2. In the results find Command Prompt
  3. Right-click it and choose Run as Administrator
  4. In the appeared window input chkdsk C: (or other letter of your drive) /f /r
  5. Hit the Enter key

Solution 3. Re-register the required components

  1. Initiate the search for ‘command prompt’ as administrator
  2. Type the following commands and hit Enter after each
      SC config wuauserv start= auto
      SC config bits start= auto
      SC config cryptsvc start= auto
      SC config trustedinstaller start= auto
    • Exit
  3. Reboot the PC

Solution 4. Delete Conflicting File

Use this method if the error message emerges when you’re performing an installation of software through InstallShield.

  1. Navigate to C:\Program Files\Common Files\InstallSheild\Professional\Runtime\ISProbe.tlb
  2. And remove ISProbe.tlb file

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It is likely that you will need to view hidden files & folders to detect the file. For this open the Control Panel and click Folder Options. In the emerged window go to the tab View and mark the option ‘Show hidden files, folders, and drivers’

Solution 5. Update drivers

This problem is also often solved by a simple driver update. Old drivers may cause system errors so we advise keeping all your drivers up-to-date. To simplify this task, you may engage the services of some third-party programs such as DriverMax.

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