How to Fix MMC Exe Errors
RecoverySoft / October 18, 2018

Why Mmc.exe errors occur? MMC.exe file reflects to an executable file associated with the application known as Microsoft Management console that turns to consume large space in the system logical memory leading to slow system functioning and many times times turns to freeze the system as well. This specific file helps to several management associated plug-ins that are generally accessed from the system control panel. Being a core file related to the Windows operating system while user access the administrative options this specific file loads up on the system. Although the execution of the file is not at all alarming for the system without any error issue take place. There are times while this process file does not terminate even if the management console windows relevant to the file has been already been closed. The reason why such event is encountered is that there are some illicic malware applications such as W32 / Dzan-A, W32 / Lovgate-F and W32 / Oscabot-I as well which name resembles with that of the genuine exe file. These malware applications are widely promoted online via certain suspicious links and once getting entered into the system turns to corrupt the system files along with turning…

Windows XP Blue Screen Of Death
RecoverySoft / October 18, 2018

Symptoms of the Blue Screen of Death are when your screen turns completely blue, and a white error message requests if you have installed any new hardware or software over the last few days. Sometimes, we can just turn off the computer, restart, then the error will go away. This happened to my Laptop. I had bumped it against the table and the blue screen appeared. Restarting the laptop in this case solved the problem. If the blue screen persists then, its necessary to fix it. The blue screen of death does not go away on its own. It appears randomly based on the CPU calling functions from the -Computer Registry -RAM Here are 2 solutions: Solution # 1 Scan your registry for errors. A Registry Cleaner scans your computer for errors in your PC's registry. Your computer's registry contains information about your Windows XP operating system, including driver, printer, software information. Over time, your computer's registry may start to contain obsolese data. A corrupt registry will easily slow down the speed of your computer because applications and drivers are loaded even though they're not in use. Fixing your registry of errors will not only prevent the Windows XP Blue…

Steps to Install Active Directory on Windows XP or Later Versions
RecoverySoft / October 15, 2018

Are you a Windows XP user? Do you want to install Active Directory on your computer? Are you skeptical about installing the AD domain on your system all by yourself? AD needs to be installed manually on Windows XP, but it is not as difficult as it seems to be. The steps involved in installing the AD domain on Windows XP or later are so simple that even a child can carry out the whole procedure. It will take hardly a few minutes and you need not seek any help from a tech savvy person! The control panel function for the Active Directory Users and Groups allows the system administrators to modify, delete, and add accounts on their respective network directories and hence, it is an inevitable tool for them. But note that this AD utility is installed on the Windows Server OS by default. Therefore, if you want to install Active Directory tool on Windows XP or the later versions, you must do it manually via the MMC (Microsoft Management Console). So, if you are a user of Windows XP or later, here are the steps that you must follow to get the AD utility installed on your system…

Windows XP Will Not Shut Down – Try These Tips
RecoverySoft / October 15, 2018

If you are running Windows XP and it will not shut down here’s a few things you can try. This is a fairly simple problem to fix. First of all let me say, I know how annoying this problem can be. I used to hate sitting there looking at the computer waiting for it to shut off. You can pull the plug from the wall or hold your power button down for more than four seconds, but this is not the proper way to shut down your computer. Each time you do an improper shutdown you cause more damage to your system. There is a couple of reasons why XP won’t shut down. First of all you want to update your virus definitions of run a full scan. The same with your spyware cleaner. A virus or spyware running in the background can interrupt your system when you go to shut down. These stubborn programs do not want to be shut off and continue trying to run. In most cases, however the biggest reason XP will not shut down is because of a corrupt registry. When Windows tries to shut down. It references the registry to see if any settings…

Steps to Install Active Directory on Windows XP or Later Versions
RecoverySoft / October 14, 2018

Are you a Windows XP user? Do you want to install Active Directory on your computer? Are you skeptical about installing the AD domain on your system all by yourself? AD needs to be installed manually on Windows XP, but it is not as difficult as it seems to be. The steps involved in installing the AD domain on Windows XP or later are so simple that even a child can carry out the whole procedure. It will take hardly a few minutes and you need not seek any help from a tech savvy person! The control panel function for the Active Directory Users and Groups allows the system administrators to modify, delete, and add accounts on their respective network directories and hence, it is an inevitable tool for them. But note that this AD utility is installed on the Windows Server OS by default. Therefore, if you want to install Active Directory tool on Windows XP or the later versions, you must do it manually via the MMC (Microsoft Management Console). So, if you are a user of Windows XP or later, here are the steps that you must follow to get the AD utility installed on your system…

Windows XP Will Not Shut Down – Try These Tips
RecoverySoft / October 13, 2018

If you are running Windows XP and it will not shut down here’s a few things you can try. This is a fairly simple problem to fix. First of all let me say, I know how annoying this problem can be. I used to hate sitting there looking at the computer waiting for it to shut off. You can pull the plug from the wall or hold your power button down for more than four seconds, but this is not the proper way to shut down your computer. Each time you do an improper shutdown you cause more damage to your system. There is a couple of reasons why XP won’t shut down. First of all you want to update your virus definitions of run a full scan. The same with your spyware cleaner. A virus or spyware running in the background can interrupt your system when you go to shut down. These stubborn programs do not want to be shut off and continue trying to run. In most cases, however the biggest reason XP will not shut down is because of a corrupt registry. When Windows tries to shut down. It references the registry to see if any settings…

Steps to Install Active Directory on Windows XP or Later Versions
RecoverySoft / October 12, 2018

Are you a Windows XP user? Do you want to install Active Directory on your computer? Are you skeptical about installing the AD domain on your system all by yourself? AD needs to be installed manually on Windows XP, but it is not as difficult as it seems to be. The steps involved in installing the AD domain on Windows XP or later are so simple that even a child can carry out the whole procedure. It will take hardly a few minutes and you need not seek any help from a tech savvy person! The control panel function for the Active Directory Users and Groups allows the system administrators to modify, delete, and add accounts on their respective network directories and hence, it is an inevitable tool for them. But note that this AD utility is installed on the Windows Server OS by default. Therefore, if you want to install Active Directory tool on Windows XP or the later versions, you must do it manually via the MMC (Microsoft Management Console). So, if you are a user of Windows XP or later, here are the steps that you must follow to get the AD utility installed on your system…

Steps to Install Active Directory on Windows XP or Later Versions
RecoverySoft / October 8, 2018

Are you a Windows XP user? Do you want to install Active Directory on your computer? Are you skeptical about installing the AD domain on your system all by yourself? AD needs to be installed manually on Windows XP, but it is not as difficult as it seems to be. The steps involved in installing the AD domain on Windows XP or later are so simple that even a child can carry out the whole procedure. It will take hardly a few minutes and you need not seek any help from a tech savvy person! The control panel function for the Active Directory Users and Groups allows the system administrators to modify, delete, and add accounts on their respective network directories and hence, it is an inevitable tool for them. But note that this AD utility is installed on the Windows Server OS by default. Therefore, if you want to install Active Directory tool on Windows XP or the later versions, you must do it manually via the MMC (Microsoft Management Console). So, if you are a user of Windows XP or later, here are the steps that you must follow to get the AD utility installed on your system…

Steps to Install Active Directory on Windows XP or Later Versions
RecoverySoft / October 4, 2018

Are you a Windows XP user? Do you want to install Active Directory on your computer? Are you skeptical about installing the AD domain on your system all by yourself? AD needs to be installed manually on Windows XP, but it is not as difficult as it seems to be. The steps involved in installing the AD domain on Windows XP or later are so simple that even a child can carry out the whole procedure. It will take hardly a few minutes and you need not seek any help from a tech savvy person! The control panel function for the Active Directory Users and Groups allows the system administrators to modify, delete, and add accounts on their respective network directories and hence, it is an inevitable tool for them. But note that this AD utility is installed on the Windows Server OS by default. Therefore, if you want to install Active Directory tool on Windows XP or the later versions, you must do it manually via the MMC (Microsoft Management Console). So, if you are a user of Windows XP or later, here are the steps that you must follow to get the AD utility installed on your system…

Windows XP Blue Screen Of Death
RecoverySoft / September 26, 2018

Symptoms of the Blue Screen of Death are when your screen turns completely blue, and a white error message requests if you have installed any new hardware or software over the last few days. Sometimes, we can just turn off the computer, restart, then the error will go away. This happened to my Laptop. I had bumped it against the table and the blue screen appeared. Restarting the laptop in this case solved the problem. If the blue screen persists then, its necessary to fix it. The blue screen of death does not go away on its own. It appears randomly based on the CPU calling functions from the -Computer Registry -RAM Here are 2 solutions: Solution # 1 Scan your registry for errors. A Registry Cleaner scans your computer for errors in your PC's registry. Your computer's registry contains information about your Windows XP operating system, including driver, printer, software information. Over time, your computer's registry may start to contain obsolese data. A corrupt registry will easily slow down the speed of your computer because applications and drivers are loaded even though they're not in use. Fixing your registry of errors will not only prevent the Windows XP Blue…