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Fix 0x00000000 errors

The 0x00000000 error is one of the great banes of Windows users around the world. It’s about as cryptic as a Windows error can possibly be, and as a result, you’ll find endless pages upon pages of different solutions on the official Microsoft website. When you get a 0x00000000, you’ll find that it’s nearly always accompanied by another error code and a message.

Unfortunately, sometimes that message looks like this:

“A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer”.

Now, as you can see by that, the 0x00000000 can become a terminal death sentence to your home computer if it isn’t resolved quickly. Thankfully, we can at least mark down one area where the 0x00000000 error is more common than others. That area is the memory. You may have noticed that when you first run Windows after bringing a computer home, everything is smooth and everything flows perfectly. Well, after a few weeks, the computer begins to lose its optimal performance. This is because the more we use an operating system, the more references it gains in its Windows registry and the more likely it is to become suspect to corrupt memory.

Corrupt memory can be passed on my bad RAM in the computer itself, or it can also be more evidently encountered on the operating system level with regards to the Windows registry. Always keeps a registry cleaning utility handy as it will become a life saver in certain instances of the 0x00000000 error arising.

In fact, your first port of call when you get a 0x00000000 error should be to check on the registry. Run a scan and repair any bad entries.

These bad entries are most likely caused by recent installations of new hardware – such as printers, scanners, webcams and the like. Even if the registry appears to be fine, you can pick up 0x00000000 errors just by having different devices interfering with each other. Assuming you’ve installed a new hardware device before the 0x00000000 error, go back and uninstall it completely. Now run a system scan to remove spyware or corrupt registry entries.

Install the hardware device from scratch following word for word the instructions that the manufacturer has given. Then go on to the manufacturer’s website and download the latest patches and drivers. This will ensure that you’re completely up to date and running of the most suitable drivers for your hardware. If you still can’t get rid of the 0x00000000 error, it’s likely that the problem is rooted to the system itself.

You will need to ensure that your cache is running correctly for hardware and the processor itself. In a worst case scenario, you may need to send the PC for repair. This is particularly likely if the 0x00000000 error is stemming from a problem with the System bus or CPU.

As you can see, the possibilities for the root of your 0x00000000 problem are quite– viruses and bad registry entries – we can know for sure whether further assistance is required on a professional level.

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Anonymous said...

Blue screen appeared after I logged in and take misery long to fully load my desktop like 8 or 10 minutes. Then when I tried to click on somewhat, it froze so I had to restart. I looked online everywhere and tried many application and downloaded every possible program and run many scans. Then I find your web site,I use registry clean download facility, all windows error and bad entries has eliminated.

Kamal Girdher said...

You can try to find the errors manually using REGEDIT and fix them. But this takes time and most of the times causes other serious issues. So it's best to use a software program designed to repair registry errors.