Category Archives: Dll Files For Windows

Look Out For Kb4023057

mising dll files Search the log file to find the name or names of the defective DLL or DLLs. Highlight the name of a defective DLL and press “Ctrl-C.” Click “Start | All Programs | Accessories | Command Prompt.” Alternatively, click “Start,” type “cmd” in the Search field and press “Enter.” Hope after reading the […]

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Can Microsoft Fix Windows 10 Before Getting Windows 11?

By checking for updates, you can jump the queue and install them at your preferred time, not when Microsoft’s update servers get around to it. Because Microsoft is now using the “Windows as a service” model, it is important to install the Windows 10 feature updates when they are rolled out. Two important preparations are […]

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How To Open Regedit

If you have restricted access to the Windows computer you’re logged in to, you may not be able to access the Windows registry. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. We’ve covered many other useful registry hacks in the past. Click on the Certificates folder and right-click […]

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8 Tips to Boost Slow Windows Server Speed After Malware Removal

There are several Master Hard Disk Errors that may occur on your computer, such as Primary, 3rd, 4th, or 5th master hard disk errors. These errors occur if you have a system with multiple hard drives. In this situation, you can’t access data in this drive and receive error such as “The file or directory […]

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Best Guide to Update Slow Hard Drive Speed After Virus Removal

This way, you won’t be jumping back and forth between menus that have been around since 1985 and those released in 2015. Storm Team 10’s David Siple gives us a few tips about how to safely use space heaters in your home. He also spoke with a local firefighter about how space heaters can be […]

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A Step-By-Step Guide to Improve Your GPU Work After Updating Drivers

The primary drive should be the one with your OS installed. If you aren’t sure which of your drives has the OS, disable all but one drive in the BIOS, and see if the system boots. If it doesn’t, continue the process of elimination until you’ve found the correct drive. You can then go back […]

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