Monday, 31 August 2015

What to Do If You Face 0x80070035 Error While Using MS Outlook

Facing Windows errors while working on something important is nothing less than a nightmare. Microsoft offers MS Office with a variety of applications to help you perform your regular computing tasks, and MS Outlook is one of them. We use Outlook at both home and offices to exchange communication or to send or receive emails. Any issue with the Outlook or any other component of your PC can create huge troubles for you. One of these troubles is “0x80070035” error message that may take place on your computer while you try to add a data file in MS Outlook.

In the current blog post, you will get detailed information regarding the error that also includes its symptoms, causes, and troubleshooting tips. Using the information provided in the blog post, you can self-troubleshoot the issue. But sometimes the tips may not work either because you have applied them in the wrong manner, or your computer is facing some other issue. In such a scenario when you are not able to fix the issue on your own, the best way is to call an online tech support company. You should speak to a certified computer technician for instant and online computer repairs.

You can find a reliable tech support company by researching on the web and then calling at their toll-free number and then instantly you will get connected to a trained technician. Once you explain the symptoms and problems to the technician, he will instantly connect to your computer through remote and start troubleshooting in a highly secure and transparent manner. But if you are an advanced PC user with sound knowledge of computers and operating system, then you can do it yourself by using the information given below.

Symptoms of the Error

You face the 0x80070035error message on your computer screen when you launch MS Outlook and open Account Settings, and then you click Add on the Data Files tab. You will see the below error message:

An unknown error occurred, error code: 0x80070035

However, nothing happens if you click ‘New Items,’ select ‘More Items,’ and then click ‘Outlook Data File’ on the ‘Home Ribbon.’ In such cases, however, you will not be able to create an Outlook data file but you won’t see any error as a result of this action.

In another case, if you click File, you click Open & Export in Outlook 2013 or Open in Outlook 2010, and then you click Open Outlook Data File, nothing will result. It will not prompt you to open the Outlook data file, and you will not face any error.

Causes of the Error

The error mostly occurs when My Documents folder on your PC is located on a network share and the network share gets currently unavailable. Once you face the error, you should instantly look for resolutions to restore the Outlook functions. Refer the below-mentioned tips to fix the issue on your own.

How to Resolve

Follow the below steps to establish the location of your My Documents folder, and to change the path if it is not valid.

• First of all, exit Outlook.

• Next you need to start Registry Editor. You should apply the following procedures to start the Registry Editor.

• For Windows 8 PCs, you need to press ‘Windows key + R’ together to open a ‘Run’ dialog box. Type regedit.exe in the box and then press OK.

• For Windows 7 PCs, you need to click Start, type regedit.exe in the search box and then hit ENTER.

• Once you start the Registry Editor, you should locate and then click the following subkey in the registry:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders

• Now you need to locate the following value:


• You should also verify that the Data field for the ‘Personal’ value contains a valid path for the location. If you are sure of the veracity of the path, then you can copy and paste it into Windows Explorer to check if it is valid or not.

• Next you need to double-click the following value:


• Now move to the Value data box and then type the valid path of the ‘My Documents’ folder. Now click OK.

• Note: The default data for this value is “%USERPROFILE%\Documents.”

• Finally exit Registry Editor.

The tips mentioned above should resolve the issue, and you may not be facing the error again.


It is difficult to rule out the error possibility entirely, and it may take place again. If it occurs, then you should stop trying to fix it on your own and contact a trained computer technician to fix the issue. The technician will scan or diagnose the PC entirely using the right tools and then troubleshoot all the errors related to MS Outlook to prevent any possibility of error in future.

Friday, 28 August 2015

A Computer Support Guide to Fix 0x00000116 Error Message

Usually, Windows users feel great while they are using Windows PCs when it is working smooth. However, sometimes they may start facing problems if any of their PC components malfunction and the system starts giving error messages. Windows Stop error message 0x00000116 is one of the error messages that you can come across while using your Windows system. You face this problem because of a variety of issues. You face the problem because of hard disk corruption, corrupt Windows Registry, virus or malware infection, junk of temporary files and folders, outdated or corrupt device drivers, corrupted RAM, and others.
In the current blog post, you will get to read useful information regarding how to fix the 0x00000116 error message on your own. It gives information on symptoms, causes and troubleshooting tips to fix the error. It is a critical error that can further damage your PC or its vital software and hardware components if you fail to resolve it quickly. To restrict the damage due to the error, you must act promptly and diagnose the PC and then fix the error.

However, the tips discussed in this blog will help you fix the issue but they cannot help you much if you are a basic PC user without much knowledge of computer parts and its operation. If you are one of those users then, you should place a call to a reputed computer support company to seek required technical support. These companies provide round the clock PC repair through trained and certified technicians. The technician will first connect to your PC through a secure remote connectivity tool and then diagnose the PC with your approval and then start the troubleshooting. In this way, you get quick resolution irrespective of your location, day, and time.
But if you want to fix the error on your own then keep reading the blog and go through the information mentioned below. Let us first know the causes of the error.

Causes of the Error

There are various reasons for the error. It may get flashed on your PC screen if you have any of the following:
  • Damaged hard drive
  • Insufficient hard drive space
  • Improper BIOS settings
  • Corrupt and outdated device drivers and others.
You also face the issue because of poor computer maintenance, incomplete or wrong installation of the Windows OS, malicious program installation, and improper installation of applications.


Once the error takes place on your computer, you will see a blue screen of death error. Apart from it, you will not be able to access any of the applications on your PC. You can also face screen freezing, sudden shutdown, etc. Understanding the symptoms helps you in choosing the best PC repair strategy.

How to Resolve

Find below a manual resolution that you can apply to fix the issue.

Delete the unwanted programs and applications to create more space on your hard disk

To delete the unwanted programs and applications, you should use Disk Cleanup. Disk Cleanup is a built-in Windows tool that can delete temporary files and other unused data.Disk Cleanup
  • To access the tool you need to right-click one of your hard drives in the Computer window and then select ‘Properties.’
  • Now you need to click the Disk Cleanup button in the ‘Disk Properties’ window.
  • Next you need to select the types of files that you want to delete and then click OK. You may think of deleting temporary files, log files, files in your Recycle Bin, and other insignificant files.
  • You should also clean your drive from unnecessary system files that don’t appear on the list. To delete the system files click the ‘Clean up System Files’ button.Clean up System Files
  • Once you do it, you should click ‘More Options’ button and then use the ‘Clean up’ button under ‘System Restore’ and ‘Shadow Copies’ to remove the system restored data.
  • Once you click the button, it will delete all restore data except the most recent restore point. So you should make sure that your PC is working fine before using it otherwise you will lose older system restore points.
If the 0x00000116 error message keeps on appearing even after removing unwanted programs and applications, then you should try the following methods to get rid of it.
  1. Disable or update the hard drive if it is damaged
  2. Reset the computer BIOS
  3. Remove third-party or unsigned driver
  4. Update the Windows OS
  5. If required, install the OS completely.


The steps and tips discussed above are quite helpful, but you must have a sound knowledge of computers and operating system. If you apply the tips in an untoward manner, then it might invite bigger problems for your PC. To avoid such a scenario, you should dial to a technical support company for instant computer support.

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Tips to Fix "The remote procedure call failed and did not execute" Error With a Windows Server 2008 Server

  For a busy professional or businessman, a malfunctioning computer simply means a loss of production hours, increased downtime and huge losses of revenue. In today’s fast-paced digital life, you cannot afford to live without a computer for long. You depend on your PC for important emails that you send and receive, preparing documents, analyzing spreadsheets, making presentations and browsing websites. But sometimes your work comes to a standstill because of various Windows errors. While using computers, you may come across a variety of errors and "The remote procedure call failed and did not execute" is one of them.

It is like any other Windows error so you can fix it by using simple tips and tricks available on the web. But before doing that you must understand the symptoms of the error so that you apply the tips in the appropriate manner.

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Things to Consider

In the majority of cases, we get tips online and start applying those randomly without caring the important messages and pop-ups that appear during the troubleshooting. Even if we read those messages we fail to understand because of the dearth of technical know-how. When you don’t apply the tips in the right manner, you end up creating many problems while troubleshooting one. In such cases, the best way is to call a professional online tech support company and ask for instant computer service.

In this blog, you will get to know about the symptoms, causes and resolution tips to fix “the remote procedure call failed” error. However, these tips are expert suggested; you should consult a reputed computer technician in case you have any confusion while using the tips. Only a certified and trained technician can properly diagnose the issue and then suggest the right troubleshooting method.


You may face the error if you are using a Windows Server 2008-based terminal server. It takes place when many users attempt to log on or log off from the terminal server simultaneously. Connection requests may get denied, and the users receive the following error message:

“The remote procedure call failed and did not execute.”

For instance, the error may take place when 20 to 30 users are trying to access the server at the same time. But a user may succeed to log on or log off if he tries to access the server for the second time.

The remote procedure call failed

Install a Supported Hotfix to Resolve the Error

Once Microsoft acknowledges such errors, it releases hotfixes to fix those troubles for the users. These releases are very helpful, and you can fix the error just by installing these programs on your PC. To download them, you need to visit Microsoft Knowledge Base website and look for the supported hotfix that you require for troubleshooting the issue.

If you have downloaded any programs or application from the web in the past; then you will not find it complex. It is just about finding the appropriate program and, then downloading it on your computer. Once you find the right hotfix or locate the “Hotfix download available” button, you just need to click on it. Once you click it, the downloading begins and then you can easily install it on your PC. In case, you don’t find the hotfix available, then you can also write to Microsoft Customer Service and Support to get a specific hotfix to fix the problem.

More About the Hotfix

You can apply this hotfix only if your PC is running one of the following operating systems:

• Windows Server 2008

• Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2.

Apart from it, you must restart your computer once you install the hotfix to apply the changes. If your PC has some previously released hotfixes, then you shouldn’t worry as it will not replace them.


In this section, you will get information about things that you should do to get rid of the error temporarily. The tips are given below to help you modify the Windows Registry. For added security, you should back up the registry before you modify them. In case of any issue, you can restore the registry using the backup.

Find the tips that help you modify the registry:

• Click ‘’Start, click ‘Run,’ type ‘regedit’ in the open box and then click ‘OK.’

• Now, locate the following registry subkey:

• HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server

• Click ‘Edit,’ point to ‘New’ and then click DWORD Value.

• Now move to the New Value #1 box, and type IgnoreRegUserConfigErrors, and then press ENTER.

• Next, you need to right-click ‘IgnoreRegUserConfigErrors,’ and then click ‘Modify.’

• Move to the Value data box, type 1, click Decimal, and then click OK.

• Finally exit Registry Editor.

It should fix the error and let you access the server without showing any error.


Errors and problems are not new for computers. You face a variety of errors if something goes wrong with Windows Registry, operating system, hard drive, drivers and other vital PC parts. Apart from it, viruses and malware can also do harm to the PC and cause errors. If you fail to diagnose the reason for an error, then you should take help of online tech support service for instant computer service through a trained computer technician.

Monday, 24 August 2015

How to Troubleshoot “0x80070570” Error in Windows PCs?

Have you ever received an error on your PC screen while doing something important? If yes, then you might be interested in knowing their resolutions. After you read the blog, you will able to learn how to fix the error on your own without any help from a local technical support store or technician.

Windows is one of the most widely used operating systems in the world. But, it also has some annoying computer problems that PC users may face. Windows PC user might get errors due to various reasons, especially while browsing the web as the internet is the main source to cause most computer problems.

These errors are normal things but suggest that something is going wrong with your PC. It could be a faulty driver or a recent application that you have installed, and that isn’t compatible with your system. But mostly users may get difficulties to diagnose these errors due to lack of technical knowledge. However, this blog will guide you to troubleshoot the error “0x80070570” in Windows PC on your own.

The error “0x80070570” is a critical error that can occur on Windows PC, and it usually shows up on the computer screen as a message. So, you should resolve the error as soon as it appears on your screen because it can cause critical damages to the system. When the error occurs, you may face problems like PC running slow or freezing up of the system while it is shutting down.

Causes of the Error

The error can occur for various reasons. Some most common reason are given below:

• The error may occur while updating Windows programs or when Windows gadgets are automatically updated.

• It may appear due to the corruption of important system file.

• Incorrect installation of external hard drive or due to missing system driver.

• Due to malware or virus attacks.

Resolution of the Error

Method One: Repair and Upgrade Windows

The error may get fixed by repairing of Windows OS. Follow the below steps to repair and upgrade Windows:

• Insert the Windows CD.

• Reboot your PC, and then press any of the keys on the keyboard.

• Now, select language settings, and hit ‘Next.’

• Then, select ’repair my computer.’

• And, choose specific Windows installation.

• Now, click 'Next.'

• Then, hit ‘System Recovery Option,’ and open ‘Command Prompt.’

• And, type ‘Chkdsk/F/R.’

• Now, hit ‘Enter,’ and select ‘Y’ if you get an option to check the installation CD.

• Then, restart your PC.

Method Two: Check system drive

• Click ‘Start’ button and open ‘Computer.’

• Then, right-click the drive that you want to check.

• Now, click ‘Properties,’ and open ‘Tools.’

• And, click ‘Check Now’ under ‘Error-checking.’

• Enter ‘Administrator Password’ if it gets prompted.

· If you want to repair problems automatically, then select ‘Automatically fix file system errors,’ however, it will only report problems.

· If you want to perform a thorough check, then select ‘Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sector.’ It will scan to find and repair physical errors on the drive itself, and it can take much longer to complete.

· If you want to check for both file errors and physical errors, then select both ‘Automatically fix file system errors’ and ‘Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors.’

• Now, hit ‘Start.’

It should resolve the issue.

Method Three:

• Press ‘Windows + R’ on your keyboard, and it will open ‘Run’ box.

• Type ‘Services.msc,’ and hit ‘Enter.’

• Enter administrator password if it gets prompted.

• Now, go to ‘Windows Update.’

• Then, click ‘Startup’ and change to ‘Automatic.’

• Click ‘Stop,’ and click ‘Start’ again.

• Now, press ‘OK.’


From the above blog, you might have learned few useful troubleshooting methods to fix the error “0x80070570.” If the error occurs even after you have applied the methods as mentioned earlier, then you should contact online technical support from reputed computer support firm to fix the error. The computer support firm provides tech support for all kinds of computer and peripherals issue.

Sunday, 23 August 2015

Computer Repair Tips to Fix 0x80070035 Windows Error Message

In today’s modern life when we depend on the web and the Internet for every small to the big thing, it turns troublesome if our PC stops functioning. If you are a Windows PC user then you probably know that your computer is subject to certain errors and issues, so you must know the appropriate methods to troubleshoot them. One of such critical Windows errors is 0x80070035 that can stop you from using your PC. Once you see the error message on your PC screen, you should rush to restrict the error’s impact on other components of your computer. If you ignore the error for a long time, then you may lose vital information and data stored on your device.

In the current blog post, you will get useful information and tips to fix the error on your own. Usually, we require a trained computer technician or a third party computer repair agency to fix the error. But if you know a lot about computers, then you can self-troubleshoot your computer using the tips mentioned below in this blog. These tips and tricks may not be helpful if you lack knowledge about the latest technology and computers. You should also refrain from using these tips without adequate knowledge and clear guideline about them because any wrong step can cause disastrous consequences for your computer.

Usually, these errors are the outcome of poor computer maintenance, missing system and security updates, and malicious programs and applications. To prevent these errors, you must pay attention to computer maintenance and must not miss any of the updates to keep your PC running well. If you miss any important system or security update, you make your computer vulnerable to a variety of threats. Apart from it, the performance of your PC also goes down and then you start facing a lot of issues and errors.


By now you have understood the general causes of the error and now let us know what precisely causes the 0x80070035 on your PC:

In the most of the cases, you come to the error code on your Windows 8 PC because of the damaged Windows system files. If the system files go corrupt in your system, it might instantly cause the error.

There is a variety of events that may lead to corrupt or damaged system files. It may result because of an incomplete installation, and accidental deletion of applications or programs. You may also face the error if your system gets attacked by an adware or spyware, or it shuts down abruptly. All the above situations may lead to corrupt or damaged system files. If you want to prevent the error in future, then you must ensure that your PC stays protected round the clock by an effective antivirus program. You should also take precautions while installing a software or hardware so that it goes through smoothly without causing any error.


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However, it is not very complex to use the tips to resolve the error yet you need to do it carefully to avoid any adverse consequences. There are two ways of troubleshooting the error. The first is meant for the advanced user, and the other is meant for basic users. Let us go through each one of them one-by-one.

For Advanced Computer Users

• Start your PC and log on as an administrator.

• Click the Start button and then select All Programs >> Accessories >> System Tools and then click System Restore.

• In the new window, select ‘Restore my computer to an earlier time’ option and then click ‘Next.’

• You should select the most recent restore point from the “On this list, click a restore point” list, and then click ‘Next.’

• Now go to the confirmation window and click ‘Next.’

• Finally, you have to restart the PC once the restoration gets over.

Once you finish all the steps the issue should get over, and it will not appear again on your PC screen.

For Basic Computer Users

• Go to the web and research to find a repair utility to fix the Error Code 0x80070035.

• Download the utility by clicking the ‘Download’ button.

• Now install the program and click ‘Scan’ button.

• Now click ‘Fix Errors’ button once the scan gets over.

• Restart your PC.

It is an automatic process to get the issue resolved.


It might be possible that you face the error again despite using the above tips. It happens because there remains some malicious of damaged system file that you are not able to detect and remove or repair. To do that you require expert computer repair help. A trained and certified computer technician can easily diagnose the issue and use the most suitable troubleshooting technique to resolve the error. Online computer repair seems to be a suitable option if you are not comfortable in fixing your PC on your own. Apart from it, a computer technician will also fix other minor or major errors on your PC to improve the performance and productivity of your computer.

Friday, 21 August 2015

Useful Tips to Resolve the Error “0x0000007e” in Windows XP

Technical support The blue screen error is one of the most common errors which occur in Windows PCs. It means that something is not right with your PC, and it needs to be resolved without delay as it may cause critical damage to your system.

It may be difficult for a basic user to diagnose and resolve Windows errors and other types of computer problems. However, there are some common computer-related problems that PC users can face. Some of the issues are slow performance, and virus or other infection. You can diagnose and fix some computer problems easily on your own if you know the appropriate troubleshooting tips.

Read this blog to learn about the error and troubleshooting method to resolve “0x0000007E” error on your own. You can easily perform the below methods to diagnose the issue without taking help from a technical support expert.

“0x0000007E” is a critical error that occurs whenever your PC is not able to access important system files, external hard drives or other devices which is connected to your computer.

Symptoms of the Error

Windows XP

• After you upgrade to Windows XP, you might get the following message on your screen:

STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0x804E518E, 0xFC938104)


• Your Windows PC may regularly crash.

• Mostly it occurs on a file server.

Causes of the Error

Some of the common causes of the error are as follows:

• If the error appears after Windows setup is complete, and then your system might not have sufficient space.

• Your PC BIOS might not be compatible with Windows XP.

• The video adapter drivers might be incompatible.

• A system service might be damaged.

• It may also occur because of virus or malware infection.

Resolution of the Error

Method One: Use Windows Error Reporting tool


Windows Error Reporting is a crash error reporting tools from Microsoft.

Follow the below steps to use the Windows Error Reporting tool:

• When you get popup to report error on your PC, then click ‘Send Error Report.’

• Then, click ‘More Information’ after you send the error report.

• It will help you to get more information about the error.

If the error still prevails, then you can use the ‘Advanced Troubleshooting’ methods to resolve an error on your own. Otherwise, you can also avail help from online computer support firm to perform ‘Advanced Troubleshooting’ on your PC.

Advanced Troubleshooting

Follow the below steps to perform advanced troubleshooting methods:

Method Two: Make sure that you have sufficient hard disk space

The error can occur due to insufficient hard disk space in your system, so ensure that you have enough space on the hard disk.

• Start your computer in ‘Safe Mode’ and delete all internet cache, unwanted temporary files, and system backup files.

• Follow the below steps to start your computer in Safe Mode:

• Restart your PC.

• Then, keep pressing the “F8” repeatedly until ‘Recovery screen’ appears.

• Now, select ‘Safe Mode’ using up and down key on your keyboard.

• Then, press ‘Enter.’

Advanced Startup Options

Safe Mode: It is a diagnostic mode of a Windows PC, and it starts the computer with few of the important set of drivers and services.

Safe Mode with Networking: It is a diagnostic mode of a Windows PC, and it starts the computer including the network drivers and services to access the internet.

Method Three: Disable or update device drivers

Follow the below steps to troubleshoot the video adapter driver:

• If the error message mentioned specific driver name, then disable that driver.

• You should use Safe Mode to remove the faulty driver if the error appears during the startup process.

• If the error does not indicate a specific driver, then, update the latest version of video adapter drivers.

• If you recently installed any application, then disable those drivers.

• Now, check ‘Microsoft Hardware Compatibility’ list to find whether the PCI devices are compatible with Windows XP.

• You can also visit Microsoft website for more details about the HCL.


The error may occur due to several reasons such as your computer BIOS or video adapter drivers might be incompatible with Windows XP. The error may get resolved after you apply the methods mentioned above. If the error persists, then it is advisable to contact a technical support helpdesk from a reputed computer support firm. You need to fix the error as soon as possible. Otherwise, it can also impact other vital parts of your Windows PC.

Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Expert Tips to Fix Microsoft Outlook Error “0x80070057” in Windows

 Microsoft Outlook is an email client that is available as part of Microsoft's Office suite. It is one of the best email clients that we can use for both personal and official purposes. It provides some good features such as Outlook integration with many devices SharePoint compatibility, and it also has pretty good security features. So, most of the official users prefer Outlook email.

However, users may face problems with Microsoft Outlook because of some errors and “0x80070057” error is one of the common errors that can occur while accessing Outlook. It may get very difficult to diagnose the exact cause of the error and resolve the same for basic users. But, there are many computers geek, who can resolve all kind of computer problems.

Before you go ahead and consult a local computer geek, you can try to troubleshoot the error on your own even if you are not an advanced PC user. So, you will get some useful troubleshooting tips to resolve the error after you read this article.

“0x80070057” is a common error in the emailing client, and it can occur with different versions of Outlook. After you receive the error, you will not able to send or receive any emails.

Symptom of the Error

• When you try to create a new Microsoft Outlook profile on your system, you may get the below message on the screen:

An unknown error occurred, error code: “0x80070057.”

Causes of the Error

Common causes of the error are as follows:

• Incorrect installation.

• Invalid registry key.

• Due to improper configuration of the profile.

• Corrupted PST file.

• Virus infection to PST file.

Resolution of the Error

Method One: Create your profile manually

Follow the below steps to create your profile manually:

• Click ‘Start’ button.

• Go to ‘Mail’ profile.

• Then, open ‘Show Profiles,’ and click ‘Add.’

• Now, enter the name of your profile in the new profile box.

• Then, hit ‘Ok.’

• You need to select ‘Manually configure server settings’ in the checkbox, once you get the ‘Add New E-mail Account’ box.

• Then, click ‘Next.’

• Now, select ‘Microsoft Exchange’ in ‘Choose E-mail Service’ box.

• Then, click ‘Next.’

• Go to ‘Microsoft Exchange Settings’ box, and enter your ‘Exchange server’ name.

• Now, check and verify that your information is correct.

• Then, click ‘Next.’

• Now, click ‘Finish’ once you create the profile successfully.

• Then, hit ‘OK.’

Method Two: Backup and restore registry in Windows

The below steps will explain you about how to modify the registry. Incorrect modification of the registry can cause severe computer problems. So, follow the below steps carefully.

Note: First of all, create a restore point using ‘System Restore’ feature. The restore point contains information about your system registry, and you can use it if you want to go back to your previous point.

Back up the Registry

• Click ‘Start’ button.

• And, type “regedit.exe” in the search box.

• Then, hit ‘Enter,’ and enter ‘administrator password.’

• Now, select the location to save the backup in Export Registry.

• And, click ‘File.’

• Now, select the location that you want to save the backup.

• Then, type a name for the backup file, and hit ‘Save.’

• Restore the registry.

• Click ‘Start’ button.

• And, type “regedit.exe” in the search.

• Then, hit ‘Enter,’ and enter ‘administrator password.’

• Now, select the location to save the backup in Import Registry.

• Then, hit ‘Open.’


You might have learned some useful troubleshooting steps from the methods mentioned above. The error may get resolved after you have applied the methods mentioned above. If the error still occurs, then it is better to contact computer geeks from reputed computer support firm or someone who has the better technical knowledge to resolve the error. There are several computer support firms who can provide instant online tech support and resolve all kind of PC problems.