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Ssv1chost error When i started my computer this error is coming.

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  • niranjan13 Oct 26, 2008

    plz solve problem.

  • niranjan13 Oct 31, 2008

    when i started my computer following error is coming on desktop scren.


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Your system is affected with spywares

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Click start control panel administrative tools computer management then select event viewer this may vary depending on what operating system you have extend the events there you will see errors in red you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occured or click start type in event viewer press ENTER you might be able work your way through the problem

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How to scan your computer for errors


It's horrible having a computer that's full of errors and not knowing how to remove them.

Follow the simple steps below:

1. Click on "Start" (located at the bottom left.)

2. Click on "My Computer".

3. Now Right-click on "Local Disk Drive C".

4. Click "Properties".

5. Now a dialog will come up, click on "Tools".

6. Now where it says Error Checking click on "Check Now".

7. Now another dialog will come up tick both boxes.

8. Now click "Start".

9. Now a message will pop up saying "Would you like to schedule an error scan when your computers next restarted" click "Yes".

10. Now your done, restart you computer and allow it to scan for errors.

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Escan freezes the computer when it is starting up. Turning it off and then back on doesn't help. I can't log on to the user as it freezes. Is there a way to override escan while I start the computer? It...


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1.) cd c:\windows\temp
2.) del escan*.*
3.) This should ask for a confirmation if you want to delete the files or not. Press Y.
4.) type in exit to leave windows command prompt and restart windows.

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Before formatting my laptop i transwereed all my data to my external hard disk. after formatting when i trnswering the data from hard disk to laptop the error comes redundancy check error mostley in...


Hi jrawat7,

A Cyclic Redundancy Check, known as a CRC error, often occurs when you're attempting to transfer data to a hard drive. It's most commonly caused by an interruption in the recording process, but also can be a sign that you've got problems with your hard drive or optical drive.

Here are some steps fixed the issue:

Rule out problems with your computer Start by Defragmenting your disk. Click the Windows or Start button in the lower-left corner of your computer screen and select Control Panel. Click the System and Security icon. Choose Administrative Tools, then Defragment your hard drive. This will clear up clutter on your hard drive that could be causing the error

Use the CHKDSK program in Windows to see if there are other problems with your hard drive. Click the Windows or Start button and select My Computer or Computer. Right-click the drive with the CRC error. Choose Properties, then select the Tools tab. Click Check Now. Make sure the program will fix disk errors by checking the top square in the dialog box. Click Start.

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A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to pre


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Windows won't come out, with message fatal error.


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Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium


Basically, your error comes from a program that may not be compatible with Vista. Would you mind listing the software that was installed on the computer?
  • First, update the using Windows update, if you never updated the PC, this may take a minute.
  • When you computer comes on, press F2, F4, or Esc key to go into setup. You PC will tell you which button to press, you have to look quickly.
  • There should be an option for memory, it will tell you what is installed.
  • When the computer is updated, see if the error comes up.
For the video card, does your card have a port similar to this:
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Then you need a DVI cable, which is an inexpensive cable you can pick up at Radio Shack.

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Check your pc for virus.

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Dsound.dll


http://www.fix-all-dll-errors.com/dsound.dll/

You can get it from the above link.
Once you go to the above link click "Fix dll errors now" button and it will fix the problem.

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