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The previous Windows versions all came with Microsoft's browser Internet Explorer. A lot of users love it because not only that it is easy to use. It is also very fast. Users didn’t have to worry about compatibility because it is almost always compatible with its Windows Version.

When they introduced Windows 10, they changed the name of the browser from Internet Explorer to Microsoft Edge. It is faster and more user-friendly compared to its predecessors. But after the Creator Update, some experienced receiving the inet_e_resource_not_found error code.

In contrary to what everyone expects, you actually don’t have to uninstall and reinstall the Microsoft Edge App. What you can do is reset the browser in your Apps & Features Settings in your Microsoft Settings.

To reset the browser you can follow the steps below:

  1. Click on the Windows icon and go to settings.
  2. Click on Apps and this will bring you to the Apps & Features page. Look for Microsoft Edge from the list of Apps and click on it.
  3. Choose Advance Option
  4. Scroll down then Under Reset, click on repair or reset. When you repair it will fix the existing problem but the data that caused the problem may still be present and can still cause problems. If you click on reset, it will delete all the cache and cookies that are installed in your browser but it will save your Favorites as well as your bookmarks.

Another way to resolve this is by disabling the feature TCP Fast Open on Microsoft Edge. To disable this, go ahead and follow the steps below:

  1. Open the Microsoft Edge browser.
  2. Type in about: flags on the Address (URL) bar.
  3. Under Networking, uncheck the Enable TCP Fast Open.
  4. Close your Microsoft Edge browser and open a new one.

Flushing the DNS also worked for other Users. Sometimes, the error code the inet_e_resource_not_found is caused by a corrupted DNS cache. There are 2 ways to flush your DNS. The first option is to use the command prompt to run the command.

  1. To access the Command prompt or CMD, you can search for it on Cortana or you can click on the Windows icon to access the Programs, scroll down to the Windows System folder and click on it.
  2. A dropdown menu will show up, click on Command Prompt which is the first on the list.
  3. Type in the code ipconfig /flushdns and press enter.
  4. There will be a message that will show that says Windows IP configuration successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache
  5. Exit the CMD by typing exit and press enter.

The easiest way to do this is to Press the keys Window + R on your keyboard. Type in ipconfig /flushdns in the search box and hit enter or click on OK.

These are only some of the ways to resolve the inet_e_resource_not_found. There are other ways to further troubleshoot this issue such as reinstalling your Wifi Adapter Driver or adjusting the DNS Server Address. But most of the time, users are able to resolve the issue with the steps provided above.

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Solution

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d. Type Y for the drive letter then click OK.

e. Click on the Start button and search for cmd. In the results, right-click on Command Prompt then choose Run as administrator. The command prompt window will appear.

f. Type Y: at the command prompt then press Enter.

g. Once you’ve switched to drive Y, type takeown /d y /r /f . then hit Enter.

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h. Type icacls Y:* /save %systemdrive%NTFSp.txt /c /t then hit Enter to back up the permission to the drive.

NOTE: Ensure that all files are marked as successful and that no files are marked as failed.

i. Type whoami then hit Enter. Record the username that appears. Afterwards, type icacls . /grant <username you got from whoami>:F /t then press Enter.

NOTE: Ensure that there’s no space between the username and “:F” or the command will not work.

j. In the File Explorer, open the SRP drive and select the Boot folder. Choose the             language folders you want to permanently delete. Language folders are named      with four letters split with a hyphen. For example: de-DE is the German language          while en-US is the U.S. English language.

2. Truncate the NTFS Log:

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b. Type chkdsk /L:5000 /X /F then hit Enter to truncate the NTFS Log.

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3. If there’s still not enough available space after truncating the NTFS Log, resize the USN journal:

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NOTE: To convert the Hex value to Decimal, open the Calculator app in Windows then choose View menu. Select Programmer then choose Hex. Type the Hex value then choose Dec.

b. Type fsutil usn deletejournal /D /N Y: then hit Enter to delete the journal. Type fsutil usn createjournal m=1500 a=1 Y: to recreate the journal having the new log size value.

  1. Restore permissions

a. Type icacls Y: /restore %systemdrive%NTFSp.txt /c /t in the Command Prompt. Check if the files were successfully processed before proceeding. If you see a message saying some files failed while processing, this is normal since some of the files have already been deleted before performing a backup. However, if there are no successful files indicated, the command was not properly executed.

b. Type icacls . /grant system:f /t then hit Enter to adjust the ACL back to System. Now, you can set the owner of the drive by typing icacls Y: /setowner “SYSTEM” /t /c then press Enter.

c. Check if the device’s SRP now has enough free space by going back to Disk Management and refreshing the data. If the SRP already has sufficient space, you can now remove the drive letter. Right-click on the System Reserved Partition then choose Change Drive Letter and Paths. Select the Y: drive then choose Confirm deleting the drive letter by clicking OK.

Method 3: Windows 8/8.1 with MBR partition

This method makes a larger, but temporary, increase in the SRP free space.

1. Be sure you have an external drive having at least 250 MB free space and formatted as NFTS.

2. Open Run by pressing the Windows key + R. Type mscthen to choose the Recovery Partition. Right-click on it then choose Change Drive Letter and Paths.

3. Select Add then type Y for the drive letter, click

4. Click on the Start screen then type cmd in the search bar. In the results, right-click on Command Prompt then choose Run as administrator. The command prompt window will appear.

5. Switch to another drive by typing Y: in the command prompt. Once you’re in the drive Y, type takeown /d y /r /f .

NOTE: Ensure that space and period after “f” are included in order for the command to work properly.

  1. Type whoami then hit Enter. Record the username that appears. Afterward, type icacls . /grant <username you got from whoami>:F /t then press Enter.
NOTE: Ensure that there’s no space between the username and “:F” or else the command will not work.
  1. Once the command is completed, type attrib -s -r –h Y:RecoveryWindowsREwinre.wim then hit Enter.
  2. Open File Explorer and check the drive letter of the external drive you’re using (In this case, let’s assume F: is the drive letter of the external drive so when you see F: for the rest of the steps, this means the drive letter of the external drive you’re using).
  3. Type mkdir F:RecoveryWindowsRE in the Command Prompt then hit Enter. Afterward, type xcopy Y:RecoveryWindowsREwinre.wim F:RecoveryWindowsREwinre.wim /h
  4. Type C:WindowsSystem32Reagentc /SetREImage /Path F:RecoveryWindowsRE /Target C:Windows to map the new path
  5. Verify if the copy was successfully done then type del Y:RecoveryWindowsREwinre.wim /F
  6. Return to Disk Management window. Click on the Action menu then hit Check if the device’s SRP now has a larger amount of available space. Once there’s enough space, you can proceed with the upgrade.
  7. Upon completion of the upgrade, move back the wim file to the Recovery Partition. At this point, you can re-map now the location by:
    1. Open the Command Prompt then type xcopy F:RecoveryWindowsREwinre.wim Y:RecoveryWindowsREwinre.wim /h and press Enter.
    2. Type C:WindowsSystem32Reagentc /SetREImage /Path Y:RecoveryWindowsRE /Target C:Windows to re-map to the original path.
  8. Return to the Disk Management window. Right-click on the Recovery Partition then choose Change Drive Letter and Paths. Select the Y: drive then choose Remove.

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The error message appears in the following form:

Stop 0X00000050 (parameter1, 0, parameter3, parameter4)

PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA”

However, the parameters within the Stop 0x0000005 error message sometimes vary depending on your PC configuration.

Solution

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  • Corrupt Registry
  • Spyware and Virus Infection

Whatever the cause may be, the Stop 0x00000050 error message is alarming and should be fixed at the earliest as it indicates major system stability problems that can often lead to data loss and system corruption.

Further Information and Manual Repair

To fix and repair the Stop 0x0000005 error you don’t always have to hire an IT professional. In fact, fixing this error is quite easy and you can do it yourself regardless of whether you have a good know-how of computers or not.

So, let’s get started! Here are some the easy DIY solutions to fix the Stop 0x0000005 error:

Sometimes this error may occur due to a temporary issue like overheating of the computer components. When this happens all you need to do is switch off the computer and allow the components to cool down. Try starting up your computer after a couple of hours. If the blue screen of death does not occur again, then this means there is nothing to worry about and the problem is resolved.

However, if the error appears again on your screen, then you need to try something else to solve and fix this error on your PC. If the cause of the error is a faulty device driver, then it is advisable to disable and remove it. Try updating the latest version of the faulty device driver. Using updated software helps ensure your PC keeps running smoothly.

If the cause of the Stop 0x0000005 error code is your system's exposure to viruses and spyware, then you must immediately download a powerful antivirus program. After you download it, scan for viruses on your system. Once the scanning is complete, you will see a scan report showing viruses on your PC. Delete all of them and click on repair.

Furthermore, you can also add more RAM to prevent and fix the Stop 0x0000005 error message on your computer. This solution is suitable when you try to run a program on your PC and you get this error message.

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Moving Taskbar to second monitor in Windows
If you are using a multi-monitor, then you might find it quite useful. It helps many users with their work and brings more productivity. And over the past few years, Windows has managed to offer one of the excellent multi-monitor features where users can plug in an additional monitor and access their work or use their computer seamlessly on both displays. This is really handy, especially for users who are graphic designers, gamers, and other professionals who have to use a larger screen for their work. One of the biggest inconveniences for users who use multi-monitor is that the Taskbar is switched on, on both displays, by default. This default arrangement is most likely to cause clutter on the second display. So if you are one of these users who find such a thing annoying, then you will find this post useful for you as we will walk you through how you can move the Taskbar to a second monitor. To get started, follow the instructions laid out below. Step 1: The first thing you have to do is right-click on the Taskbar. Step 2: Next, uncheck the “Lock the taskbar” option. Step 3: After that, click and hold the taskbar and drag it to the second monitor. Step 4: Once done, click the mouse button on the place where you want to place the taskbar. Step 5: Now right-click on the “Lock the taskbar” option to lock the taskbar. Once you’re done carrying out the steps given above, there are Advanced Options you can explore. This array of advanced options are offered by Windows 10 to fine-tune the multi-monitor experience of users. For instance, you have the option to choose to show the taskbar on an active screen only or combine the buttons on other taskbars. It would be better if you try out different variations and stick with the best one. In addition, you could also move the taskbar from one display to another.
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How to Fix Jp2klib.dll Error Code

Jp2klib.dll Error - What is it?

Jp2klib.dll is a type of Dynamic Link Library. This file is developed by Adobe Systems Inc and associated with CS2 (Creative Suite 2 Premium). Like all DLL files, this file also contains small programs that support programs developed by Adobe Systems on your PC. The function of Jp2klib.dll is to load and run programs. Jp2klib.dll error occurs when it fails to do so. It occurs during program startup. Jp2klib.dll error is displayed in several different formats depending on the cause of the error. Here are some common error messages that you may come across:
  • "JP2KLib.dll not found."
  • "Cannot find C:\WindowsSystem32\JP2KLib.dll."
  • "Cannot start Creative Suite 2 Premium. A required component is missing: JP2KLib.dll. Please install Creative Suite 2 Premium again."
  • "Cannot register JP2KLib.dll."
  • "The file JP2KLib.dll is missing."
  • "This application failed to start because JP2KLib.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem."
  • JP2KLib.dll Access Violation."

Solution

Restoro box imageError Causes

There are several causes for the Jp2klib.dll error code pop-up. These include:
  • Hardware failure
  • Jp2klib.dll file not properly registered
  • Viral infection
  • Deleted, missing, or corrupted Jp2klib.dll file
  • Registry problems
  • Another program overwrote the Jp2klib.dll file
The good news is that this is not a fatal error code like the blue screen of death errors. However, it is still advisable to resolve it right away to avoid inconvenience.  This error may limit your ability to access your desired program.

Further Information and Manual Repair

Follow these methods to resolve Jp2klib.dll error code on your PC in a few minutes without any professional assistance or technical know-how:

Method 1 - Re-register the Jp2klib.dll file

Sometimes Jp2klib.dll error may occur if the DLL file is not registered properly. In such a situation "JP2KLib.dll not registered" error message will pop on your computer screen. To resolve, all you need to do is register this file. Follow these steps to register the Jp2klib.dll file on your PC:
  1. Go to the start menu, type the command in the search box. Don’t press enter yet.
  2. First, hold CTRL-SHIFT and then press it. This action will prompt a permission dialog box. Click yes to proceed.
  3. You will be asked to enter a command, here simply type regsvr32 /u JP2KLib.dll and then press enter.
  4. This will first unregister the previous Jp2klib.dll file. Now type regsvr32 /i JP2KLib.dll and press enter to re-register the same file.
  5. After this, close the command window and reboot your PC to activate changes.

Method 2 - Check the Recycle Bin and Restore the Jp2klib.dll file

If you come across this error message "JP2KLib.dll not found”, this indicates a missing Jp2klib.dll file. This usually happens if you recently uninstalled a program on your system which was also supported by the Jp2klib.dll file due to which the file was also deleted. But don’t worry! Check your recycle bin to retrieve the accidentally deleted file on your system. If you find it restore, but if you don’t then simply download it from a reliable DLL website.

Method 3 - Scan for Viruses

Install and run an antivirus to detect viruses. Viruses are malicious programs that damage and corrupt DLL files like the Jp2klib.dll file. Scan for all viruses on your PC and remove them to fix the problem.

Method 4 - Repair the Registry

If you don’t clean the registry often it becomes accumulated with obsolete files like bad and broken entries, cookies, and junk files. These files corrupt the registry and damage system and DLL files also stored in the same location. It then leads to such error message pop-ups. To resolve, download Restoro. This is an advanced PC Fixer deployed with a registry cleaner. It is easy to use and in just a few clicks can repair the Jp2klib.dll error on your PC. The registry cleaner scans and removes all obsolete files. It cleans the registry and repairs the damaged system and DLL files. Click here to download Total System Care and fix the Jp2klib.dll error.
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An Easy Guide to Resolving Error 0x80040600

0x80040600 - What is it?

This is a typical MS Outlook error code. This error message may prevent you from sending and receiving emails via your Outlook account. The error message is displayed in the following format:
"An unknown error has occurred. 0x80040600"
If this is the primary source of your communication in the office, then this error can cause you a great deal of inconvenience as it may prevent you from running important business errands via your Outlook account efficiently. Therefore, when you experience the 0x80040600 error on your PC, it is advisable to fix it immediately.

Solution

Restoro box imageError Causes

This error code is triggered due to multiple reasons. These include but are not limited to:
  • PST (Personal Storage Table) file reaches its file size limit
  • PST file corruption
  • Viral infection
  • Incorrect Windows registry settings
  • Improper shutdown of Outlook
This error code can lower your office productivity as you may be unable to send and receive emails on your Outlook account. Also, you may get locked out of your account and be unable to view your calendar entries and open email attachments saved previously in your account.

Further Information and Manual Repair

To resolve the error on your PC, you don’t have to wait for the network personnel to fix it or be a computer expert. Here is a list of easy and effective DIY methods to help you fix this error code right away.

Method 1: Download a PST File Repair

If the error occurs because your PST file has reached it maximum limit which is normally 2 GB or because of PST file corruption, then it is advisable to download a PST file repair tool. After downloading it, simply run it on your PC. This tool will immediately fix the damaged PST file and file the issue.

Method 2: Download an Antivirus

Deadly viruses like Trojans and spyware can penetrate into your PC if through downloads and opening phishing emails. Therefore, to remove such viruses it is important to install an antivirus and scan your entire PC.

Method 3: Install Restoro.

If the problem is associated with incorrect Windows registry settings or viral infection, it is advisable to download Restoro. This software is multi-functional deployed with 6 different and powerful utilities including an antivirus, a registry cleaner, and a system optimizer to name a few. The registry cleaner repairs the registry corrects the settings and fixes the damaged files. The antivirus on the other hand simultaneously removes all types of viruses including Trojans, spyware, malware, and adware on the system. While the system optimizer feature ensures the PC performance and speed are not compromised during the scanning and cleanup process. This software is safe, efficient, and compatible with all Windows versions. It has a user-friendly interface and simple navigations which makes it quite easy for all levels of users including novice and intermediate to operate. Click here to download Restoro and resolve the 0x80040600 error code on your PC today!
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