Many Windows 10 users face the ‘Display Driver Stopped Responding And Has Recovered’ issue when playing games or running other applications. If this happens repeatedly, it can be annoying. Here’s how you can fix this.
A valid IP address is necessary for your computer to communicate with your router. Let’s take a look at why your Ethernet might get an incorrect IP configuration, and how you can fix it.
If you have been getting an “access violation at address” error, it means that the software you are attempting to run is trying to access a protected memory address. Here are 9 easy ways to fix it.
Have you ever booted your PC or Laptop, and ended on a black screen with a message; personalized settings not responding? If you want to know more about this error and find a solution, read on!
This error can show up out of nowhere due to corrupted system files, a failed or failing hard disk drive, or even appear if you’ve mucked around with the computer’s boot order. Let’s take a look at the various causes that prompt this error message and 8 ways you can fix it.
The “you require permission from trustedinstaller” error message is relatively easy to get around and can be resolved with a few types of fixes.
Here are 8 solutions for fixing the “there was a problem resetting your PC” error, for those who do or do not have access to their Windows desktop.
If the PC is not using memory efficiently, it may run into issues such as freezing when you are running a resource-intensive program (eg. games or video editing software). There are a number of fixes you can try if memory usage seems too high.
Service Host: Local System is a famous hogger of resources, such as CPU and disk utilization. Fortunately, there are a number of simple options you can use to fix these issues.
High CPU usage is one of those annoying problems that everyone encounters sometimes. We have compiled a list of successful methods to solve the problem.