Monthly Archive: July 2014

Jul 09

How to fix Windows Live Mail Error 0x800CCC0F

Windows Live Mail Error 0x800CCC0F Unable to send or receive messages for the email account. Your server has unexpectedly terminated the connection. Possible causes for this include server problems, network problems, or a long period of inactivity. Server: ‘pop.att.yahoo.com’ Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x800CCC0F Protocol: POP3 Port: 995 Secure(SSL): Yes This error occurs because …

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Jul 09

How to fix Error 0x8000ffff

Error 0x8000ffff 0x8000ffff is a catastrophic error. It appears when you install new software application or update the windows operating system or back up hard-drive data or using system resources. The reasons for error 0x8000ffff are improper system settings, a corrupted registry, unnecessary temporary files or a malware/virus infection. The error 0x8000ffff happens when the …

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Jul 07

How to Fix Windows Live Mail Error ID 0x800CCC0E

Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x800CCC0E The most common causes of these error messages are problems with Internet connectivity and account settings configured incorrectly, some ISPs block TCP/IP port 25 except to their own SMTP mail server. So first make sure that you are connected to the Internet and your account settings are correct. If …

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Jul 07

How to fix print spooler error 1053

Print Spooler error 1053 Print Spooler error 1053 is a common error that you face on Windows while you are trying to print out from printer or trying to install a new printer. Actually this is a software error and can have many cause for it. So there are many variation for this error and …

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Jul 07

How to fix Object Error in internet explorer

Object error in Internet Explorer When you open Internet explorer you got the message Object Error That means internet explorer getting a lot of load of unwanted stuff. How to fix Object Error in internet explorer 1.Update your browser 2.Remove all the unwanted stuff from it like addons, toolbars etc. If you need more help …

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Jul 07

How to fix code 39 error

Causes of the code 39 error In most cases, a Code 39 error is caused by either a missing driver for that particular piece of hardware or by a Windows Registry issue. While less common, a Code 39 error can also be caused by a corrupt driver or driver related file. How to Fix a …

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Jul 07

How to fix code 31 errors in Windows

Code 31 Errors A Code 31 error is caused by problems with the driver of the offending device. Driver errors such as Code 31 suggest multiple possbilities when attempting to determine the root cause of the problem. Driver errors can occur unexpectedly, and at any time. Although, driver errors typically occur due to the following …

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