- How to Fix the 0xA0000001 Issue
Summary: There are several BSOD problems that you may encounter when booting your computer, such as 0x000000c5, which we have expounded on several solutions to. In this article, we are going to explain how to solve another BSOD problem,0xA0000001, which may well come up when the computer is booting or when users are attempting to render a video using some editing software. Besides, in case that you run into data loss, a common problem by which the 0xA0000001 is often accompanied, we also explain how to use our effective and reliable data recovery tool, Bitwar Data Recovery, to bring back your valuable data. WIN VERSION MAC VERSION What're the Causes of the 0xa0000001 Issue? As it turns out, the 0xA0000001 issue may occur on account of the following several causes: Corrupted/outdated GPU driver UEFI/BIOS settings inconsistency Corrupted operating system files Anti-virus software interference How to Solve the 0xa0000001 Issue? Method 1: Install All Pending Windows Updates Given the fact that Windows 10 may well cause a bug that produces this sort of BSOD issue with some GPU model, we recommend you start fixing the 0xA0000001 problem by installing all pending Windows updates. Some users have reported that the issue was solved...
- 7 Effective Methods for Fixing the 0x0000003B Error
Summary: Besides being widely used, Windows operating system is well-known for its user-friendliness. However, it could still encounter errors while performing various operations. There are a healthy number of errors that users might trigger while using a Windows system, like Runtime Error and MBR Error. But the most common ones belong to the category of BSOD (Blue Screens of Death) errors such as 0x0000003B. In this article, we will explain to you how to solve it. And in addition to common problems triggered by the error, it might well lead to a data loss issue. In this case, you can use our reliable and user-friendly data recovery tool, Bitwar Data Recovery to recover lost files. WIN VERSION MAC VERSION Causes of Blue Screen Stop 0x0000003b The BSOD error 0x0000003B is a system error usually triggered by corrupt system files or wrongly configured Microsoft IEEE 1394 device drivers. However, when we scoured the Internet for similar cases, we found other possible causes reported by some users: Misconfigured or corrupt drivers Corrupted registry entries Damaged system files Memory errors/corruption Virus or malware invasion Hard disk damage Basic Methods Method 1: Perform a Virus Check Viruses or malicious malware may well corrupt the...
- Quick Fix: CMD/Command Prompt Keeps Popping Up On Windows 10
Summary: The article below will help users to overcome Command Prompt keeps popping up on Windows and back up any important files from the computer with the help of Bitwar Data Recovery Software! WIN VERSION MAC VERSION Understanding Command Prompt Keeps Popping Up Many Windows users had reported that their Command Prompt CMD keeps popping up on either Windows 7, 8, or 10 when they are accessing the computer and they are not familiar with the issue. Therefore, we will show a similar case below that one of our Window users shared: "Since last week, the Command Prompt on my Window PC keeps popping up with a window showing c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe. After I close the window, the CMD will pop up again right away. This problem happens every single time after I closed the window. So what should I do to fix this Command Prompt issue and what is the way to back up my data to prevent any data loss?" From the sharing above, most Windows users will only care about fixing the CMD keeps popping up error but they do not know that this issue can cause them to lose their data if it is out of control because...
- [Solved] How to Fix the x80070005 Error Code
Summary: Error Code 0x80070005, which is also known as Access Denied error, is associated with Windows updates. It usually crops up when the system lacks the required permissions or files to tune settings at the time of Windows update. In the wake of the error, Windows update installation may well be aborted, and the user will start to experience varied issues like system slow down, abrupt system reboot, and crash, in the form of Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). Worse, data loss issues could well ensue. Hence, in this article, we will expound on how to deal with the error and recover your data using Bitwar Data Recovery. WIN VERSION MAC VERSION Common Causes of the 0x80070005 Error Code The Access Denied error pop-up occurs when a Windows user installs some system updates but does not have the required files or permissions to operate. Other possible causes of the 0x80070005 error code are usually related to User Account Control, antivirus programs and changes in configuration in local security policy. The following content is some working methods for fixing the 0x80070005 error. 5 Methods for Solving the 0x80070005 Error Code Method 1: Acquire Permissions of the Packages Folder Since the lack...
- How to Fix the WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR
A BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) error is a terrible scenario users might encounter while using Windows. Some errors of this sort can restrict user's accessibility and might wind up being fatal if not solved. One of those errors is WHEA_CORRECTABLE_ERROR. It isn’t a common one because in most cases, it happens in the wake of hardware failure that the system failed to correct. Besides, this error could well lead to tricky situations such as permanent data loss problem triggered by drive errors or file corruption caused by a sudden system crash. Hence, in this article, we will lay out several solutions to the BOSD error and explain how to use Bitwar Data Recovery to bring back lost data. Common causes of WHEA_CORRECTABLE_ERROR There are several common causes of WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR: Corrupted device drivers Faulty hard drive or RAM Windows update failure CPU over-clocking Corrupted system files How to Fix WHEA_CORRECTABLE_ERROR Solution 1: Check for the RAM RAM is an essential component of your PC and when it's dysfunctional, several tricky problems might well pop up, such as the WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR. Hence, you are can start the fixing process by checking the RAM. To do so, use these steps: Step 1: Press...
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