Some Windows 7 users complain that upon backing up the computer, they keep on receiving a message error code 0X8078002A every time. Thus, they cannot back it up properly. When searching the web, we find quite a number of cases involving this same problem; but none of them seemed to be resolved. If you are one of the victims of this error, here you may find solutions to deal with it immediately.
Windows 7 cannot share folder and every time you get a message saying you cannot share this folder? Sometimes, when trying to access some shared files, you are prompted to enter a password? It is wired for the users to get various unknown errors in sharing some files or view some online shared files. But I think, there are still some things you can try to prevent such a computer error.
When trying to play some videos or save some video settings, the users may annoyingly get a message saying “Unknown Error”, and then cannot watch the videos correctly. But we know that with the development of the computer technology, more and more users rely on the computer daily either for work, study or leisure. Such an unknown video error message may stop them from enjoying the computer pleasantly. By the way, if you are having a Windows Media Center not working error, you can directly visit here.
“Bootmgr is missing Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart”
Annoyed with this error message at PC startup? Well, you are not alone in the world to get such an error message, but do you know what it means? First of all, you should know that boot sector is a region of your hard disk that contains information that is used to load your operating system. And this message usually tells you that the boot sector is damaged or missing, stopping you from starting up the PC correctly. Read More →
“The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded.”
When logging onto the computer, you may receive the above error message. In some cases, it may be resolved after a system shutdown and restart. If not, there is no doubt that the user profile is corrupted and you should copy the user’s files to a new user account & completely remove the corrupted account from the computer so as to get access again. Read More →