Computer games have taken the world by the storm in the past few decades, captivating the hearts, minds, and wallets of both the young ones and the once young. The resulting demand for high-quality video games led to a lot of gaming companies releasing increasingly high-tech software and hardware on the market. Gamers nowadays are spoiled for choice when it comes to getting their video game fix, but they still deal with a time-honored problem: dealing with computer problems that prevent their games from running smoothly.
“NapiNSP dll” is a file that can sometimes originate from software installed on the system. Continue reading How to Fix Dynamic Link Library Errors
Some of us may have worked with a computer for a very long time. Of course, those who have had their fair share of computer troubles know that there are certain sensitive parts of the system that shouldn’t be meddled with. One such part is the fragile “system32” folder that could either get corrupted or accidentally deleted with reckless handling or running of applications, such as registry cleaners.
And what happens when we suddenly delete or corrupt that folder? The dreaded “BSOD” (Blue Screen of Death) appears. Continue reading How to Fix “Watchdog” Errors
Surely, most, if not, all of us have experienced a system crash at least once in our life. As soon as we reboot the computer again, automatically we are asked if we want to send an error report to the Windows website. This is the Windows Error Reporting Service at work.
The process that invokes the reporting service is “wermgr.exe”. It also does the job of keeping system configuration logs whenever any process has to abruptly close, or worse, if the system crashes. It then displays a message containing the logs and then sends a report to Microsoft.
While inherently a useful tool, many users complain that it slows down the computer drastically. Continue reading How to Fix Windows Error Reporting Service Errors
“Propsys.dll” is a Windows system file formerly known as the “Windows Desktop search”.
A “propsys” error may happen when you see a “propsys.dll is missing” when you boot your system.
Here are some ways to resolve problems with the Propsys.dll file.
Replace the corrupted file
The Propsys error may be caused a corrupt file. Continue reading How to Fix Windows Desktop Search Errors
The Windows NT Base API Client also known as “KernelBase” is a shared library for “kernel32”. Roughly 27000 system files are associated with KernelBase, which makes it a very vital system file.
Fixing the KernelBase rror
Seeing error messages like “KernelBase.dll not found” and seeing the blue screen of death are indicative of a KernelBase error and warrants repair as soon as possible. Continue reading How to Fix “NT Base API Client” Errors
There are many Smart TVs on the market all offering the consumer a variety of different ways of watching the television along with its general performance. With integrated internet capabilities, changing how we once knew the standard television to now been looked upon as a computer system with extraordinary advanced capabilities and connectivity.
Vizio Smart TV apps, offer a platform of application development which accurately specifies how the apps are delivered. Continue reading Vizio Smart TV Apps
When you plan to set up a computer network which will make the cooperation between your employees even more effective, you have to make a number of important decisions. One of them is on the type of network operating system which you will use. You have two options – peer-to-peer (P2P) system and client-server system. Continue reading How P2P and Client-Server Computer Networks Compare
We live in a world wherein we, as humans, go through our everyday lives side by side with technology. However, there are those times when our artificial companions communicate with us in a baffling way. For sure, you have encountered one of those numerous cryptic messages that suddenly flash on your computer monitor, notifying you that something has gone wrong; but you can’t even understand it, much less fix it!
One of such common yet hard-to-fix errors is the infamous “MPSSVC.dll” issue. Continue reading How to Fix “”Microsoft OneCare Live” Errors
Hundreds and thousands of people try to set up a start-up in the world but do you know only a fraction of them happen to be successful? No matter you have good start-up idea or you have all the skills to make your idea practical but if youre not a good manager, your chances of building a successful start is quite difficult as you would not be able to work as an entrepreneur. Continue reading 6 Responsibilities Of An Electrical Contractor In Toronto
“APSDaemon.exe” or more commonly known as the “Apple Push” is a Windows executable program. A popular program that uses Apple Push is the iTunes music player. While generally a harmless program, many users have reported problems when they run the program. In some instances, CPU usage is maxed out, causing significant slowdown in running other programs.
You can encounter the error during any of these times:
While running any APSDaemon.exe related program such as iTunesWhile installing / uninstalling related programsWhen booting your system
Infections caused by malicious files such as viruses may also corrupt the file and cause an error.
Fixing the APSDaemon.exe error
Seeing messages like “APSDamon.exe msvcr80.dll is missing”, “has encountered an error” or “bad image” are clear indications that you need to fix the exe file. Continue reading How to Fix “Apple Push” Errors