As you may have noticed, this error message doesn’t help much in pointing out what is actually wrong with your storage media. Most likely, you will get this message when your storage media files get corrupted or
Sometimes, when you make a clean Windows XP installation with outdated updates like Service Pack 2 or even Service Pack 3, maybe even an older version of Windows XP and try to install the audio driver you
I ran into an annoying error today, one that doesn’t show its face very often and you will probably see it once or twice in a lifetime if working in an environment that uses Rational Software Development
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