I recently started having with the constant 0xc00000142 error when I opened my Google Chrome on my Windows 10 laptop. I try my security tool to fix the error and system things, but nothing helps, this error still happens when opening Google Chrome. What can I do? Can you help me with this issue?
Why 0xc00000142 Error (Can’t Use Google Chrome) Occurs?
0xc00000142 Error is a Windows error. 0xc00000142 Error would happen when you open Google Chrome, Powerpoint, Excel, Microsoft Word and other applications on your computer when an unexpected condition occurs or when a desired operation has failed. You may get the popup saying “The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000142). Click on OK to terminate the application.” You might also get another error code saying (0xc0000005). This kind of error code takes time to fix and it is a tough work. When 0xc00000142 Error occurs, you will not be able to use the damage application, that’s why you can’t use Google Chrome. A Windows error is an error that happens when an unexpected condition occurs or when a desired operation has failed. Windows error or system error mat be fatal and trigger your programs or application like Google Chrome to freeze and crash or it may be seemingly unstable, run more slowly and crash more frequently. Anyway, you will not be able to run the programs and application at all.
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on October 27, 2017 10:11 am and last modified on November 6, 2017 7:17 am.
I was on Google searching the information about renting a house and a pop up came up saying my device had been infected with “Your battery is 28.1% damaged because of harmful viruses from recent adult sites” and to hit ok to fix it. Well I didn’t hit ok I just closed the website out. Should I be worried? I am so scared with the warning.
Important Things You Have To Know If Your iPhone/iPad Fell Prey to The 28.1 Warning:
The 28.1 Warning is simply used to promote services or malicious software on your iPhone or iPad. Most of the pop-ups are for revenue, from services that are promoted by adware or potentially unwanted programs. The pop-ups might also offer a update for Java, the Adobe Flash Player or a Media Player update, which are obviously scams to install more unwanted software. If you got this 28.1 Warning pop-up once and you managed to close it then you are probably fine. But if you keep getting it constantly then there’s probably some app installed on your device which has to be removed. And you need to know:
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Published by Matt Johnston on June 27, 2017 5:40 am and last modified on June 30, 2017 9:04 am.
My Dell laptop won’t connect to the Wi-Fi but can see the wifi routers account, or more correctly says “limited connection”. Every other pc, laptop and phone in the house can connect to the wifi very well. This Dell laptop won’t connect ever since the auto-upgrade to windows 8.1. I would consider that the problem is with the router except that all my other devices connect to it just fine. Also it should be noted that this Dell did connect and use the wifi router just fine until the upgrade to 8.1. So I didn’t think it is the router problem, but I confounded by why this won’t work. Do you have any suggestions? Please help me.
Why computer won’t connect to the WiFi? How to fix?
Are you annoying with the computer won’t connect to the WiFi? Actually, this is a popular problem. We all think that take having an always on wireless internet connection for granted: we’re used to it just being there when we need it. Unless you’re particularly unlucky and plagued by broadband problems, or live in a remote part of the country, fast access to the internet, allowing the streaming of audio and high-definition video, is the norm. But the problem with this is that things go wrong so infrequently that we’re not used to fix them. When something does go awry with the WiFi connection on your computer, it is tricky to know where to start. If your computer won’t connect to the WiFi, maybe the problem is your router or your broadband provider’s network, or there is an issue with your own WiFi network. You can check the first by following your broadband provider’s advice. Read the rest of this post »
Published by James B. Gonzalez on January 3, 2017 5:53 am and last modified on January 24, 2017 8:13 am.
My file explorer simply keeps crashing when navigating in folders. Everything has worked fine for the first few months on my computer, but in the last week I have had the issue every single time.
I open up a folder and it immediately goes to one full screen. If I try to move or resize the folder, the folder resizes very small and blinks constantly. Basically it crashes and I have to right click and close File Explorer. And I go to “This PC” and the window that pops up shows all my drives but not how much storage they have left. When I try opening a drive or folder the window and taskbar closes down and reopen after a few seconds. It happens almost every time I try opening a folder.
Do you know how to fix this? Please help.
Why File Explorer Keeps Crashing? How to fix?
File Explorer previously known as Windows Explorer. It is a file manager application that is included with releases of the Microsoft Windows Operating system; it provides a graphical user interface for accessing the file systems. It is also the component of the operating system that presents many user interface items on the monitor such as the taskbar and desktop. Controlling the computer is possible without windows explorer running (for example, the file/ Run command in Task manager on NT-derived versions of windows will function without it, as well commands typed in a command prompt window). It is sometimes referred to as the explorer.exe, or simply Explorer. In that way, why the File Explorer keeps crashing? Upon thorough investigations, we have found out that all the problems may be triggered by incompatible Shell Extensions. Or there are subject folders on your desktop that you keep icons for various programs in. Making those open folders too narrow (which also narrow File Explorer) caused a crash each time you tried to open one. Examination of the minimums pointed to lack of sufficient space for the search box. Whatever happens, your file explorer keeps crashing on your computer because the system error, There is a possibility of an improper update where the new OS has some stuff gone missing. It is therefore suggested to reassure a complete and error free update. For this purpose, access your settings and Refresh your PC to revitalize the missing data. Read the rest of this post »
Published by James B. Gonzalez on December 29, 2016 6:14 am and last modified on January 24, 2017 8:19 am.
Don’t know How to Fix High CPU Usage of System and Compressed Memory? I have a trouble that is the process called System and compressed memory started acting up, when I’m browsing demanding sites CPU usage spikes to 40%-60% causing my sounds to get crackles and freeze for a split second. It’s extremely annoying and was not happening before. It started this week when I came back after a few weeks and my PC updated many programs and the system too I guess. It happens when I’m using Chrome, Vivaldi, Steam, even when Before Experience is downloading new drivers… I don’t know what this thing does and where it came from but I want it gone obviously it’s not working the way it’s supposed to. I haven’t found much useful information on how to get rid of it and what I found either didn’t apply or didn’t work. Can you help me fix this problem?
High CPU Usage of System and Compressed Memory Description
High CPU Usage of System and Compressed Memory is a common problem in windows system. System and Compressed Memory is s process responsible for various functions related to system and memory. This process is mostly responsible for the compression of files and folders and the management of RAM. System process issues are mainly a result of conflicting applications running on your PC. You may use an executable file from your web browser, word processor, spreadsheet program, etc. CPU as the core of computer parts, the stand or fall of it directly affects the performance of the computer. CPU Usage refers to a computer’s usage of processing resources, or the amount of work handled by a CPU. Actual CPU Usage varies depending on the amount and type of managed computing tasks. And if the computer got the virus or Trojan, the malicious programs are likely occupy CPU resources, some stubborn Trojan virus have been malicious activity, and then infect various kinds of system files. But if the file is located in Windows/system32, it’s more than likely not a virus. You have to note that your computer is meeting a big trouble when the CPU Usage rises too higher. On average, the system and compressed memory process is only supposed to take up a small amount if CPU and Disk. However, in some cases, the System and compressed memory process starts using up 100% of affected user’s Disks, causing their computer to become incredibly slow and hindering the duties and responsibilities of other processes and tasks. Read the rest of this post »
Published by James B. Gonzalez on December 21, 2016 11:40 am and last modified on January 24, 2017 8:21 am.
How to repair NETWORK_FAILED Error in Chrome? I can’t download anything on my Google Chrome. Whenever I try to download an extension or an app, I get an error saying NETWORK_FAILED. I cleared my cookies and removed any malware, but that didn’t help. Additionally, any extensions I had installed before are now saying “not from Chrome Web Store” and some of the extensions and apps I had before were deleted w/o my permission (adblock plus, hangouts and chrome remote desktop). Can you help me fix this problem?
How do I get NETWORK_FAILED Error? How to fix?
I am having the same problem after what looks like another Google FU update that has rendered half of my extensions unusable. Network Error problem has been occurring for weeks now. I have been trying to install, uninstall, re-install, etc every few days “An error has occurred….Network Failed”. After 6 weeks, this is getting annoying.
Google Chrome is one of the popular browsers in all aspect like browsing, downloading, streaming and much more. But sometimes you may get some problems that is network error on Face book what is network error on Google app store “Unknown Network Error” Download missing apps, But keep getting “Network Failed” message, and lead you cannot download from Chrome Store “Network Failed” message. This “Network Failed” notification comes directly from the Chrome browser and generally means the security software installed on your computer preventing you from downloading a mail extension to your Chrome Browser. And there are many solutions on the Internet, whatever you tried to fix this problem but nothing worked properly, are you annoying for it? Because you don’t want to use other browsers because of Google Chrome have your installed extension, bookmarks and saved passwords. One can also import these browsing data, but once you love Firefox and you can’t give up it. Why the Firefox keep crashing? How to repair NETWORK_FAILED Error in Chrome? We will give you the answer in the following: Read the rest of this post »
Published by James B. Gonzalez on December 20, 2016 5:25 am and last modified on January 24, 2017 8:26 am.
Hello, I’m using Firefox browser on Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. The Firefox has been crashing at random times. I have been ignoring it for the most part, but it is has been happening more frequently the last few days, so I want to finally try to figure out what’s going on. I have tried updating Firefox a few times, as well as my add-ons and plug-ins. But it hasn’t helped. And as far as I can tell, there doesn’t seem to be anything specific that triggers the crashes. Sometimes it will happen when I go to a YouTube link and sometimes it will happen when I’m in the middle of reading plain text. And sometimes it happens when I’m not doing anything at all. What do I do? It would be greatly appreciated if you can help me.
Why the Firefox keeps crashing? How to fix?
Firefox is one of the popular browsers in all aspect like browsing, downloading, streaming and much more. But sometimes you may get some problems that Firefox has been crashing frequently. And there are many solutions on the Internet, whatever you tried to fix this problem but nothing worked properly, are you annoying for it? Because you don’t want to use other browsers because of Firefox have your installed extension, bookmarks and saved passwords. One can also import these browsing data, but once you love Firefox and you can’t give up it. Why the Firefox keep crashing? How to fix? We will give you the answer in the following:
Reason 1: Internet Connection
Test for problems with your Internet connection by loading a variety of different sites in Firefox, switching to a different Web browser, and running an application that requires Internet access to function, such as Spotify or Outlook. Try resetting the network router, upgrading the installed drivers for your network card or adapter, and checking connections across the local network if you can’t get online. If the connectivity problems persist, contact your Internet service provider for assistance. Read the rest of this post »
Published by James B. Gonzalez on December 5, 2016 11:30 am and last modified on January 24, 2017 8:31 am.
“Most of my apps won’t launch on my windows 10. I am using Windows 10 (upgraded from Windows 7 Starter). When I double click an app, the app window attempts to load then disappears prompting a “This app can’t open. Check the Windows store for more info about Photos. Go to the Store” pop-up shows up. I have done many research and found other forums where other users have the same problem with no fix. Even suggested fixes by Microsoft Support were unsuccessful. Are you here can help me? Please tell me what to do?”
Problem analysis about “This app can’t open” error
Similar issue: “When I try to open Microsoft Edge browser I get an error message saying “This app can’t open A problem with windows is preventing Microsoft Edge from opening. Refreshing your PC might help fix it”. Also if I try to open a .HTML file I get the same error but when I close Microsoft Edge browser after opening a .HTML file I get another error saying “An error in a system binary was detected. Try refreshing the PC to fix the problem”. This is the following troubleshoot about this error:
It is an irritating piece of bug because it prevents from launching needed applications, which is why in some of the cases the computer might become useless. Windows is such a huge, behemoth of an operating system that has been in development for well almost two decades now. Hundreds of thousands of Microsoft engineers have worked on it, and a surely higher number of developers have made apps for it. It’s such a complex platform, that ensuring it remains bug-free is an impossible task. Read the rest of this post »
Published by James B. Gonzalez on December 4, 2016 5:21 am
Have you ever experienced that when you plug in your USB flash drive into your computer then there is an alarm telling that your USB flash drive has a virus? Have you ever experienced that after you make a presentation and plug your USB flash drive into your school computer then when you plug it into your computer, you was told that there is a virus in your USB flash drive? Have you ever experienced that when you plug your USB flash drive into your computer, then you can’t open it and was told that you need to clear everything? If you do, do you know how to fix this problem and use your USB flash drive without virus? This article will let your know the way to fix this problem.
How to Remove Virus From USB Flash Drive?
In the past, many people were fond of using USB flash drive because it is convenient to take it to everywhere and it could store many data. Except the usage of storing data, it also could be used to install Windows operating system to get the computer workable again. It is such a good tool for people. However, the malicious virus could easily infect the USB flash drive. When your USB flash drive is plugged into a computer which has a harmful virus, the USB flash drive could also be infected, too. Or when some data bundled with some kind of virus are stored in your USB flash drive, your USB flash drive also could be infected. If your USB flash drive has been infected by some kind of malicious virus, please take action to remove the virus immediately. If you don’t remove it immediately, your computer may be infected by the virus as well. Don’t know how to remove the virus completely from your USB flash drive? Let’s see below.
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Published by Karen Lawrence on December 2, 2016 1:34 pm
Hi, I have one computer running windows 7, I can’t open the App store icon on the desktop, and I failed to remove the Office 2013 in Control Panel. It suggested something wrong with the system. Then I run sfc /scannow, I got “windows resource protection could not start the repair service”. The Windows Modules Installer service is started. Please tell me what to do? How to fix this problem?
Why do you have “windows resource protection could not start the repair service” error? Why sfc /scannow commend doesn’t work?
As we know, once our computer system loss some important components and result in fails to log in the system or can’t open some app, we can use the sfc /scannow commend to repair. The main reason of the error is that Trusted Installer or the Windows Module Installerservice is not enabled. If this service is not running on your computer then you have to fix Windows resource protection could not start the repair service by enabling this service in order to use System file checker. If a Windows Resource Protection (WRP) file is missing or is corrupted, Windows may not behave as expected. For example, some Windows functions may not work, or Windows may crash. And the sfc /scannow option is one of several specific switches available in the sfc /command, the Command Prompt command used to run System File Checker. In Windows 10/8/7/Vista, the System File Checker is integrated with Windows Resource Protection, which protects registry keys and folders as well as critical system files. If any changes are detected to a protected system file, the modified file is restored from a cached copy located in the Windows folder itself. So if at any point of time if you find that you have hacked some system files or maybe applied some tweaks or replaced system files, maybe while customizing your Windows, and you now find that your Windows is not working properly, you may want to consider running this utility first, before trying a System Restore. To do so, you will have to first open an elevated command prompt window. Read the rest of this post »
Published by James B. Gonzalez on November 29, 2016 5:18 am and last modified on November 29, 2016 5:23 am.