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Cant fix error


this sounds like a HDD problem, your best is to download a live operating system such as knoppix and boot to it, once in check that you can see the HDD it will be shown as "sda1" gather all data and information you want to keep and reinstall your OS

if you are using windows and you havnt made a recovery disk, then you can either contact the manufacturer to send one out or buy the windows install disk

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I would still like to outline how I fixed this error. The Java website has several solutions to get rid of this error and you should start at solution 1 and the error will hopefully disappear after you have tried solution number 4 which is the last one in that list. My error disappeared after trying solution number 1. Here is what I did to fix "the memory could not be read".
I went to the directory C:\Program Files\Common Files\InstallShield\Engine and renamed the Engine directory to Engineold. After renaming that directory download the latest Java Runtime Environment from Sun and install it on your computer. The error disappeared after restarting my system.
You should try solution 2, then 3 and lastly 4 if the first solution did not work out to get rid of "the memory could not be read".
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Werfault.exe -application error\r\n


You can try to disable this service by following the below steps:
Step 1: Open your computer's Control Panel by selecting "Start" > "Control Panel" from your computer's Start menu.
Step 2: Choose the "System and Maintenance" > "Problem Reports" menu option from the Control Panel menu.
Step 3: Select "Change Settings" > "Advanced Settings" from the Problem Reports program menu and turn off the automatic problem reporting feature in Windows.
Step 4: Exit the Problem Reporting application by selecting "File" > "Exit" from the File menu. Werfault.exe will now only run on your computer in the event of a catastrophic application problem.

If disabling the application does not work, y
ou should keep in mind that many malware programs can show up on your system as seemingly legitimate files by using file names that are very similar to those of legitimate files. Whenever you are in doubt about a particular file, always scan your system for viruses.

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Unable to use my documents


The application you are using most likely has an error. I would uninstall the software and reinstall it, then try opening the document.

You probably need to check for errors on your hard drive by right clicking on the drive and choose properties. Then a window will pop up and have a tab called "Tools." Use the error check.

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