Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Runtime Error- Error # 216

WHAT IS A RUNTIME ERROR?


The Runtime Error happens when the execution of a program times out. What this means is for an example you start whatever Internet Explorer you use. The Runtime is from the first click to open the Internet Explorer, to when you stop exploring. That is the Runtime. Now, as far as PC Errors go, this is the least of your worries. It's an easy fix because Microsoft has developed a code of numbers to diagnose what the Runtime Error means. Lets say for instance you get a Runtime Error with a code #53. The code #53 means a program is missing a file.

HOW DID THIS HAPPEN?

Most of the time Runtime Errors are problems with your Windows system instead of the program you trying to operate. A common problem with Runtime Errors comes from your registry. For example, a Runtime Error #53, a missing file, could really be a problem with a dirty Registry, and nothing more.

HOW DO YOU KEEP THIS FROM HAPPENING?

One thing you can do is use a program like Registry Mechanics, or CC Cleaner to combat a faulty Registry. One quick scan of your PC will tell you what the problem is, then you can take the nesasary steps to fix or prevent the problem. Most Registry products will check the entire file structure of your PC, application extension, and file integrity, shared files, and a ton of other sections that no one looks at. Once the Registry cleaner diagnoses the problem, its as easy as pie to fix.
There are tons of Registry products out there, the key to finding a good one is research. I would not recomend just purchasing any old thing and expect it to fix the problem. There are many fine promises to be heard, but when it comes down to the line, a promise is just a promise but results are worth their weight in gold.

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