Easy instructions on how to wipe a hard drive. A hard drive wipe will erase everything on the hard drive - something deleting and formatting can not do.
The only way to permanently fix DLL errors is by fixing the underlying cause of the issue, not by downloading DLL files. Here's how to do it.
Learn how to update drivers in Windows Vista with this tutorial. Updating drivers is a good troubleshooting step when a hardware device isn't working.
Screen flicker and other related CRT monitor issues could be corrected by a simple refresh rate setting change in Windows XP. Here's how.
You might need to adjust the color quality setting in Windows XP if photos or other images with lots of colors don't look right. Here's how to do it.
Easy instructions on writing a new partition boot sector to a Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista system partition using the bootrec /fixboot command.
Here's how to completely and correctly scan your computer for malicious software like viruses, trojan horses, rootkits, spyware, adware, worms, and more.
Easy instructions on repairing or replacing the boot.ini file in Windows XP. Issues with boot.ini can prevent Windows XP from starting properly.
A troubleshooting guide for solving DLL problems that appear to be caused by a hardware problem. This involves testing and selectively replacing hardware.
Where and how to download and update DirectX. Updating DirectX 11, DirectX 10, or DirectX 9 is easy and could improve game performance in Windows.
Instructions on how to change the program that starts when you open a particular kind of file in Windows 7.
Detailed instructions on using System Restore in Windows 7 to undo recent driver, registry, and other important changes.
You'll need to update drivers in Windows 7 to fix hardware problems or enable new features. Follow these easy steps to update drivers in Windows 7.
Have an older style (CRT) monitor with color issues, especially around the edges? You probably need to degauss the monitor. Here's how.
Disabling Data Execution Prevention (DEP) for the Explorer.exe process can sometimes fix certain error messages and system issues.
The NLSPATH system variable has been known to cause problems like the ntdll.dll error. Renaming the NLSPATH variable can resolve this specific issue.
Some kernel32.dll errors are caused by corrupted or damaged thumbs.db files. Here's how to fix the problem in Windows XP.
Instructions on restoring NTLDR and Ntdetect.com from the Windows XP CD. Missing or corrupted versions of these files can cause serious problems.
Instructions on repairing corrupted or damaged password list files. Damaged PWL files can cause simple logon problems or serious kernel32.dll errors.
Easy to follow instructions on how to repair the master boot record in Windows XP using the fixmbr command from Recovery Console.
Need to get a file back from the Recycle Bin? Restore Recycle Bin deleted files easily with these steps.
An easy way to check for, and even repair some, hard drive problems in Windows XP is to run Error Checking. Here's how.
Detailed instructions on using System Restore in Windows XP to undo changes to important parts of XP like drivers, the registry, and more.
Detailed instructions on completing a System Restore in Windows Vista. System Restore is used to undo recent changes to important parts of Windows Vista.
Here's how to properly reinstall a software program in Windows XP. Often times, simply reinstalling a program can fix certain kinds of issues.