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Fix Wi-Fi doesn't have a valid IP configuration

In today's time, Wi-Fi is a common occurrence, each household has it, on town squares, there are free Wi-Fi hotspots, etc. But sometimes when relaxing at home WI-Fi can fail on us and stop working. If this happens to you do not lose your mind because we have several troubleshooting help tips and ways to get it back quickly so you can continue with your browsing and using your internet.

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Restart the Router and Computer

Yes, we will start with this typical cliche in IT and tech in general. Surprisingly this method still proves over and over again to be true and effective. Over time some electric components simply start working a little bit differently, electrostatic electricity can accumulate on some parts and they can cause issues. By turning off the device and leaving it for some time you are discharging accumulated electrostatics and placing it again into normal working mode.

Unplug your router and leave it for at least 30s like that, a full 1 min is recommended, and then plug it back. Turn it on and restart your computer in order to reboot addresses.

Reset DHCP

If simple have you tried unplugging it and plugging it back in did not work let us reset DHCP. Click on the start button and type in PowerShell, then click on Run as administrator. Once inside the PowerShell type in the following command followed by ENTER: ipconfig /release and after the command finishes, type in: ipconfig /renew also followed by ENTER key. Try the connection again.

Reset TCP/IP stack

The next thing that we will try if the previous one failed is to reset the TCP/IP stack to eliminate corruption of settings files. Like in the previous step, press Start and type in PowerShell and click on run as administrator. inside type in: netsh int IP reset and press ENTER key. Wait for the process to finish and reboot your PC.

Reset WinSock

WinSock is yet another part of Windows OS that is responsible for network communication and resetting it could solve the issue. Again go to PowerShell as described in previous steps and type in this time: winsock reset and press ENTER. Wait for the process to finish and restart your computer.

Other things you can try

Change TCP IP setting back to automatic if you have set manual Ip address on your computer.

Update your network driver via the manufacturer's website of your network adapter. There is a chance that somewhat updates are available to address some issues discovered.

Factory reset your router on the back by locating the reset button on it and pressing and holding it for around 10s.

Turn off your firewall and antivirus protection in order to eliminate it from blocking your internet access.

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2: Perform a Hard Reset

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3: Test Hard Drive Using HP Diagnostic Tool

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About Browser Hijackers

Browser hijacking means that a malicious code has power over and modified the settings of your internet browser, without your consent. Browser hijacker malware is designed for many different reasons. Typically, it will drive users to particular websites which are looking to increase their advertising campaign revenue. Many people believe that these kinds of sites are legitimate and harmless but that is incorrect. Almost every browser hijacker poses an actual threat to your online safety and it is vital to classify them under privacy risks. Browser hijackers can also permit other malicious programs without your knowledge to further damage the computer.

How to determine if your browser has been hijacked

Signs that an internet browser is hijacked include: the home page of your respective browser is changed unexpectedly; you observe new unwanted favorites or bookmarks added, usually directed to ad-filled or pornography sites; default online search engine is modified; find new toolbars which you did not add; unstoppable flurries of popup advertisements show up on your computer screen; your browser gets slow, buggy, crashes very often; Inability to navigate to particular sites, especially anti-malware and also other security software sites.

How it infects your PC

Browser hijackers might use drive-by downloads or file-sharing websites or an e-mail attachment in order to reach a targeted computer. They also come from add-on applications, also known as browser helper objects (BHO), browser extensions, or toolbars. Other times you may have unintentionally accepted a browser hijacker as part of a software bundle (usually freeware or shareware). A good example of some notorious browser hijackers includes Conduit, Anyprotect, Babylon, DefaultTab, SweetPage, Delta Search, and RocketTab, but the names are continually changing. Browser hijackers can disrupt the user’s web surfing experience greatly, record the websites frequented by users and steal private information, cause problems in connecting to the internet, and then finally create stability problems, making applications and systems crash.

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Some types of browser hijackers can be effortlessly removed from your PC by deleting malicious software or any other recently installed freeware. But, most hijackers are extremely tenacious and need specialized applications to eliminate them. And there’s no denying the very fact that the manual repairs and removal methods could be a difficult job for a novice PC user. On top of that, there are many risks connected with tinkering around with the system registry files. Anti-malware software is very effective with regards to picking up and eliminating browser hijackers that normal anti-virus application has overlooked. SafeBytes Anti-Malware will counter persistent browser hijackers and provide you real-time computer protection against all types of malware. In addition to anti-malware, a system optimizer program, similar to Total System Care, could help you fix Windows registry errors, get rid of unwanted toolbars, secure your online privacy, and increase overall computer performance.

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Malware can cause all sorts of damage once they invade your computer, starting from stealing your personal details to deleting files on your computer system. Some malware goes to great lengths to stop you from installing anything on your computer system, particularly antivirus programs. If you’re reading this, odds are you’re stuck with a malware infection that is preventing you to download or install the Safebytes Anti-Malware program on your PC. There are a few fixes you could try to get around with this particular problem.

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A Look at the Best AntiMalware Program

If you are looking to download the anti-malware program for your PC, there are various tools in the market to consider but you just cannot trust blindly anyone, irrespective of whether it is paid or free program. Some are very good ones, some are ok types, and some are just bogus anti-malware programs that could ruin your computer themselves! You should select one that is dependable, practical, and has a strong reputation for its malware source protection. When considering commercial antimalware tool options, many people select well-known brands, such as SafeBytes, and they are quite happy with it. SafeBytes is a powerful, real-time anti-malware application that is designed to assist the typical computer end user in safeguarding their computer from malicious internet threats. When you have installed this software, SafeByte's state-of-the-art protection system will make sure that no viruses or malware can seep through your personal computer.

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World-class AntiMalware Protection: Built on a greatly acclaimed anti-virus engine, this malware removal application can detect and remove numerous obstinate malware threats like browser hijackers, PUPs, and ransomware that other typical antivirus programs will miss. Active Protection: SafeBytes gives you round-the-clock protection for your computer limiting malware intrusions instantly. This software will constantly keep track of your computer for suspicious activity and updates itself continuously to keep abreast of the constantly changing threat landscape. Extremely Speed Scanning: SafeBytes’s virus scan engine is one of the fastest and most efficient in the industry. Its targeted scanning highly increases the catch rate for malware that is embedded in various computer files. Safe Web Browsing: SafeBytes checks and gives a unique safety rating to each and every website you visit and block access to web pages known to be phishing sites, thus protecting you from identity theft, or known to contain malicious software. Light-weight: SafeBytes gives total protection from online threats at a fraction of the CPU load because of its advanced detection engine and algorithms. Premium Support: Skilled technicians are at your disposal 24/7! They will promptly resolve any technical issues you might be experiencing with your security software. On the whole, SafeBytes Anti-Malware is a solid program as it has lots of features and could detect and remove any potential threats. You can rest assured that your PC will be protected in real-time as soon as you put this tool to use. You will get the very best all-around protection for the money you spend on SafeBytes anti-malware subscription, there is no doubt about it.

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HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.RadioSettings\CurVer Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.RadioSettings.1 Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.RadioSettings.1\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ScriptButton Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ScriptButton\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ScriptButton\CurVer Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ScriptButton.1 Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ScriptButton.1\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SettingsPlugin Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SettingsPlugin\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SettingsPlugin\CurVer Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SettingsPlugin.1 Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SettingsPlugin.1\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SkinLauncher Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SkinLauncher\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SkinLauncher\CurVer Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SkinLauncher.1 Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SkinLauncher.1\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SkinLauncherSettings Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SkinLauncherSettings\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SkinLauncherSettings\CurVer Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SkinLauncherSettings.1 Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.SkinLauncherSettings.1\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ThirdPartyInstaller Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ThirdPartyInstaller\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ThirdPartyInstaller\CurVer Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ThirdPartyInstaller.1 Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ThirdPartyInstaller.1\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ToolbarProtector Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ToolbarProtector\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ToolbarProtector\CurVer Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ToolbarProtector.1 Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.ToolbarProtector.1\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.UrlAlertButton Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.UrlAlertButton\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.UrlAlertButton\CurVer Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.UrlAlertButton.1 Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.UrlAlertButton.1\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.XMLSessionPlugin Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.XMLSessionPlugin\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.XMLSessionPlugin\CurVer Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.XMLSessionPlugin.1 Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Classes\InboxAce_1g.XMLSessionPlugin.1\CLSID Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\MozillaPlugins\@InboxAce_1g.com/Plugin Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\InboxAce_1g Key HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\Root\LEGACY_INBOXACE_1GSERVICE Key HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\Root\LEGACY_INBOXACE_1GSERVICE%#MANIFEST#%00 Key HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\Root\LEGACY_INBOXACE_1GSERVICE%#MANIFEST#%00\Control Key HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\InboxAce_1gService Key HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\InboxAce_1gService\Security Key HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\InboxAce_1gService\Enum Key HKCU\Software\InboxAce_1g Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\ Value: InboxAce Search Scope Monitor Data: C:\PROGRA~1\INBOXA~2\bar.bingsrchmn.exe /m=2 /w /h Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\ Value: InboxAce_1g Browser Plugin Loader Data: C:\PROGRA~1\INBOXA~2\bar.bingbrmon.exe00\Control Key HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\InboxAce_1gService Key HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\InboxAce_1gService\Security Key HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\InboxAce_1gService\Enum Key HKCU\Software\InboxAce_1g Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\ Value: InboxAce Search Scope Monitor Data: C:\PROGRA~1\INBOXA~2\bar.bingsrchmn.exe /m=2 /w /h Key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\ Value: InboxAce_1g Browser Plugin Loader Data: C:\PROGRA~1\INBOXA~2\bar.bingbrmon.exe
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Fix Error 30053-4 or 30053-39, language pack
As you know, the Office Language Packs need to be installed right after installing Office. It also has to be on the correct version of Office so if any of these conditions are not met, you will most likely get error codes 30053-4 or 30053-39 when you install a language pack in Microsoft Office. If you are currently facing this error, read on as this post will help you fix the problem. Here’s the full context of the error message:
“Something went wrong, Sorry, installation cannot continue because no compatible office products are detected.”
When you have to work on two different languages, that’s where the language packs come in handy. You might have to work on one language but when it comes to proofreading or help, you need another language. Note that some language accessory packs offer partial localization which is why some parts of the Office might show the default language. If you are using Office 365 or Office 2019, 2016, 2013, or 2010, you need to go to the language accessory pack page from office.com and select your language. Once you see the download link, click on it to start downloading the pack. It includes the display in the chosen language, proofing tools for the selected language, as well as the Help in the selected language. Once the installation is complete, follow each one of the given options below to configure the language accessory pack properly.

Option 1 – Select Editing and Proofing language

  • You need to open any Office program and navigate to File > Options > Language.
  • From there, you need to make sure that the language you want to use is in the list under the Choose Editing Languages section.
  • After that, you can add or remove the language that Office uses for editing and proofing tools.

Option 2 – Configure the Display and Help languages

In this option, you can change the default display and help languages for all the Office applications so whatever you choose will be used for all the buttons, menus, and support of all the programs. After you select the language, restart all the Office applications to apply the changes made successfully. On the other hand, if you are using Office volume license versions, note that only an administrator account can install this if you are using the Volume License version of Microsoft Office 2016. You have to download the ISO image of the language packs, language interface packs, and the proofing tools from the VLSC or Volume Licensing Service Center. This process can be quite complicated so you might have to go to the docs.microsoft.com page to be guided accordingly. After you installed everything correctly, the error code 30053-4 or 30053-39 should now be fixed.
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A 3 Step DIY Guide to Repairing Error 501

Error 501 - What is it?

Error 501 is an error code that sometimes may occur while you are using Internet Explorer on your Windows PC. The error message is displayed as:

'Error 501: Not implemented or not supported.'


Restoro box imageError Causes

It is difficult to narrow down the ultimate cause of error 501. This is because this error code can be triggered by multiple reasons such as:
  • Third-party confliction or due to an incorrect HTTP 1.1 setting
  • Improper program installation
  • Changes in the “LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy” registry key
  • Corrupted Registry Database

Further Information and Manual Repair

The occurrence of this error regardless of what the cause is may cause a lot of inconvenience to you. And if not fixed on the time it can lead to system failure too. To repair the error 501, identifying the cause for the error really helps. By identifying the cause, you can easily select the most suitable solution to fix it.

Let us walk you through the solutions to fix error 501 timely:

Cause: Third-party conflicts or due to an incorrect HTTP 1.1 setting

Solution: If the above cause is the reason for error 501, this means the Local Policy Rights Settings have been altered. And because of that, Windows is not running your desired program. To solve this error simply log on to Windows as an administrator. Then run local computer policy snap-in. Open it and click on the computer configuration. Here you will see the Windows settings option. Click on it and then open security settings, local policies, and click on properties. Now in the add users section select the user which you want to add to the policy and save by pressing OK. After you’ve made changes, now try using internet explorer again. If this is the cause for the error pop, the error will not occur. If it still occurs then this means there is some other underlying cause for the error. Read on to find out.

Cause: Improper Program Installation

Solution: Error 501 may also occur due to improper program installation. The best way to resolve it is to uninstall recently installed programs.

Cause: Changes in the “LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy” registry key

Solution: Sometimes during installation registry keys also get damaged or changed. If changes in the LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy” registry key is the issue, then you need to alter the registry key ‘LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy settings and its value. This key inside the registry database allows Windows to control the various access options that you have. However, due to wrong settings, it denies access and shows error 501 when you open Internet Explorer. To alter registry key settings can be tricky and complex if you are not a computer programmer. In such as scenario it is advisable to download Restoro. This is a user-friendly and multi-functional repair tool embedded with a powerful register cleaner. In addition to this, it also functions as anti-virus and a system optimizer.

Restoro Solution

Restoro is simple and easy to use. To operate this tool on your PC and to reset registry settings you don’t need any technical expertise or sound knowledge. Its smooth navigation makes it easy for users to scan and repair errors like 501 due to registry misconfiguration in seconds.  With this helper, you don’t have to modify Windows registry settings manually. It will do it automatically. Furthermore, if Error 501 is triggered by a corrupted registry database, you can run it to repair this issue too. It cleans and wipes out all the unnecessary and obsolete files that could be corrupting your registry. This includes junk files, internet history, and invalid registry entries. It clears up your hard disk space and repairs your corrupted registry. If your PC’s registry is damaged due to malicious software like viruses and malware, then it uses advanced antivirus to remove them from your system. It has a value-adding backup feature that enables you to create a backup of your files for data safety and recovery in case of loss during repair. Restoro is compatible with all Windows versions.

Starting with Restoro

Here are 3 simple steps to get started:
  1. Click here to download Restoro.
  2. Once the installation is complete, run it to scan for errors
  3. After scanning the errors, simply click repair to resolve the issues including the error code 501.
Along with fixing error code 501 triggered by registry damage, it also repairs all other PC-related issues. It helps maintain a stable and error-free system for the longest time.
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Nearby Sharing is not working in Windows
Windows 10 has a lot of several useful features and one of them is the Nearby Sharing feature. You can access this feature by going to Start > Settings > System > Shared experiences. From there, switch on the Nearby Sharing option and select the folder where you want to download the files to. This feature is really useful as it allows you to share files. However, there were reports from a number of users recently stating that Nearby Sharing is not working on their Windows 10 computers. If you are one of the users facing this problem, you might want to try checking if the Windows 10 v1803 Update is installed on your computer or not. You could also try to check if Bluetooth supports low energy mode or you could also try bringing the device closer or check if the adapter has Bluetooth version 4.0 or later. For more information, refer to each one of the given options below.

Option 1 – Try checking if Windows 10 v1803 Update is installed

To check if the Windows 10 v1803 Update is installed on your computer, go to Start > Settings > System > About. From there, scroll down to the Windows specifications and check the Version. If it is 1803 or above, then the Nearby Sharing feature should be active on your computer. However, if you find that Windows 10 v1803 Update is not installed yet, then you need to update your computer to its latest version and then see if it fixes the problem or not.

Option 2 – Verify if Bluetooth supports low energy mode

Although low energy mode is not really necessary in using Nearby Sharing, there are some Bluetooth terminals that support low energy mode which makes a lot of difference. Thus, you need to check if Bluetooth in your computer supports low energy mode by following these steps:
  • Tap the Win + R keys to open the Run dialog box.
  • Next, type “devmgmt.msc” in the field and tap Enter to open the Device Manager.
  • After that, expand the list of Bluetooth adapters, and then right-click on your adapter and select Properties.
  • Go to the Details tab and select Bluetooth radio supports Low Energy Central Role from the drop-down menu and if its value says “<true>”, it means that your Bluetooth supports low energy mode, otherwise, it doesn’t.
  • If your Bluetooth does not support low energy mode, then you might want to consider purchasing an external one.

Option 3 – Try bringing the devices closer

Nearby Sharing might not work if your devices are not close enough. Thus, you need to bring your devices closer together and see if it fixes the problem. And when you do, make sure that Network Sharing is switched on for all the concerned devices.

Option 4 – Make sure that you’re using Bluetooth version 4.0 or later

For you to use the Nearby Sharing feature, you have to make sure that the adapter for all the concerned devices is using Bluetooth version 4.0 or later. So if one of the devices or if all the devices are not using this version or later versions, then you must buy an external Bluetooth adapter for you to enjoy the Nearby Sharing feature.
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0x800701e3, The request failed due ...
A lot of things can go wrong even when you’re only doing some simple operations or tasks on your computer and this is due to the fact that there are various small operations make up in order to perform the larger operations on your computer. So if any of these smaller operations are not properly working, it crashes the operation as a whole and it throws an error code instead. And one of these error codes is Error 0x800701e3. This particular error pops up when an error has occurred in the File Explorer when a transfer is initiated from one disk to another in your Windows 10 computer. When you encounter this error, you will get the following error message:
“Error 0x800701e3: The request failed due to a fatal hardware error.”
There are several methods you can check out to fix this error – you can try to run System Restore or Check Disk or format the destination drive or check the SMART attribute of the drive. For more details, refer to each one of the following options.

Option 1 – Try to run System Restore

Error 0x800701e3 might be due to some adjustments you’ve made in your computer’s settings. Thus, to fix this error, you can try undoing those changes using System Restore. How? Refer to these steps:
  • Tap the Win + R keys to open the Run dialog box.
  • After that, type in “sysdm.cpl” in the field and tap Enter.
  • Next, go to the System Protection tab then click the System Restore button. This will open a new window where you have to select your preferred System Restore point.
  • After that, follow the on-screen instructions to finish the process and then restart your computer and then check if your mouse is now back to its normal state.

Option 2 – Try running the Check Disk utility

You can also run the Check Disk utility in fixing Error 0x800701e3.
  • In the Windows Search box, type “command prompt” and from the search results, right-click on Command Prompt and select “Run as administrator”.
  • After opening Command Prompt, type this command and tap Enter: chkdsk <Partition Letter>: /f /r /x /b
  • The command you entered will start to check for errors and fix them automatically. Else, it will throw an error message saying, “Chkdsk cannot run because the volume is in use by another process. Would you like the schedule this volume to be checked the next time the system restarts? (Y/N)”.
  • Tap the Y key to schedule Disk Check the next time your computer restarts.

Option 3 – Try to format the destination drive

Formatting the destination drive could also help you resolve error 0x800701e3. To format your drive, follow these steps:
  • First, open File Explorer and then right-click on the drive where you encountered the error.
  • Next, select Format from the context menu. This will open a new mini window.
  • Then select the NTFS option from the drop-down menu for the File System menu.
  • After that, check the box labeled as Quick Format.
  • Now click on Start. Keep in mind that doing so will remove all the contents of your storage device.

Option 4 – Verify the hard drive using SMART attributes

In case you don’t know, Windows has a built-in feature of SMART analysis which analyzes the hard drive/SSD and checks all the parameters by performing some minor operations. To use it, follow these steps:
  • Tap the Win + S keys and type “command prompt” in the field then right-click on the related search result and select the “Run as administrator” option.
  • After opening Command Prompt as admin, type the “wmic diskdrive get status” command and hit Enter.
  • You should get a result after that, and if you see that it’s “normal”, proceed to the next option below
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How to Fix Sndvol32.exe Error

What Is Sndvol32.exe Error?

Sndvol32.exe is actually an important part of the Windows operating system. Responsible for managing the sound-card volume and running programs properly, the problem occurs when error messages appear. The user will be unable to listen to music on the system. Usually, Windows XP users encounter the Sndvol32.exe error.


Restoro box imageError Causes

Sndvol32.exe error can be caused by any one or several of the reasons listed below.
  • Accidental deletion of the DLL file from the system
  • Damage to the DLL file due to spyware or virus infection
  • Improper removal of software
  • Unintentional overwriting on the DLL file by a mismatched version
  • Obsolete hardware drivers
  • Several obsolete/invalid registry entries
  • Corrupt registry entries
Regardless of what triggers the Sndvol32.exe error, it is of utmost importance to take immediate measures to fix the problem and to keep it from occurring again.

Further Information and Manual Repair

If you are looking for ways to fix this error manually, the Windows functionality of System Restore will come into play in this particular scenario. In case the error is caused by a damaged or corrupt file, performing System Restore is an ideal choice as it will allow you to not only get a fresh copy of the operating system, it will be possible for you to remove the error at the same time as well. The procedure for performing System Restore is outlined below as follows.
  • Click on the Start menu and type ‘System Restore’ in the search box.
  • When the icon for ‘System Restore’ appears, click on it.
  • Now type ‘Restore’ in the search box that appears on the start menu.
  • The window for the System Restore center will now appear.
  • Now you have two options. You can either opt for “Recommend Restore” which is the case where the system itself will choose a restore point for you or you can select “Choose a different restore point”. Users are advised to choose the latter option as it is more customizable.
  • Users can now select from a list of restore points that have been created before. If you observe closely, you will realize that one of the restore points is prior to the occurrence of the Sndvol32.exe error.
  • Click on the restore point. Once you have confirmed your selection, your system will restart and it will roll back to its previously selected restore point.
One recommendation is to perform the system restore in Windows Safe Mode. This is just to ensure that the System Restore is performed smoothly and any potential problems are kept at bay.
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