When you connect devices to a computer using COM physical ports or USB ports (depending on the device connected) they get a COM port number assigned that you can see in your device manager, under “Ports” section.
The message – Error 5000 : Processing is in motion. This function cannot be executed – indicates that the action you are trying to finish, in most cases changing something in printer configuration and trying to save/submit
A very annoying thing that happens by default each time you print something (document, office suite files) is this printer notification balloon in the Windows System Tray. Its purpose is to inform you on the current documents sent
A few months ago I’ve encountered a strange behavior when Mozilla Firefox suddenly started to crash. In other words, I start it, try to do any action, like navigating to properties so I can change a setting, for example
The culprit of this error is a small value assigned to the operating system for I/O request packets ( IRP – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I/O_request_packets ). Each operating system has an IRP value by default, for Windows XP it’s 15 in