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System32 errors and how to fix them

Monday, July 28th, 2008

System32 is the name of the most important file folder on any given PC that runs Microsoft Windows system. The System32 folder contains a set of subfolders hosting a group of files that makes the core of the Windows operating systems that you have. If you are running XP or Vista, you can open Windows Explorer and type “C:\Windows\System32” to locate the folder. Take a quick look at the content of the System32 folder, it’s not hard to realize that almost all software that comes with the Windows operating system can be located within the System32 folder. Try to open the “Driver” subfolder within System32, you will find it stores the entire list of drivers that are required by your PC.

There are many computer errors associated System32. Nevertheless, the source of the errors is less likely related to the System32 folder, unless you delete or modify it, but more likely related to files, programs, DLLs and drivers located under the System32 folder. When you encounter a System32 related problem, try to locate the exact file that’s causing the problem. To do so, look for the name of the file that’s usually displayed on the System32 error message box.

When your PC encounters System32 errors, it is demonstrating some underlying issues ranging from missing or corrupted files to Windows Registry issues, which indicate more severe problems. Most changes to Windows make their impact to System32. When you install or uninstall a program, System32 folder is changed. When you install a new piece of hardware or upgrade a driver software, System32 is modified. Basically, System32 is modified every time when you make important changes to your computer whether it is for software or for hardware. Constant changes to System32 eventually result in missing or corrupted files. When that happens, your computer will encounter and demonstrate issues like program crashes, slowing down and even system crashes.

The second type of System32 errors is less known to average computer users but is more prevalent but harder to deal with. It is related to corrupted and clogged Windows registry. Just to give you an example, corrupted Windows Registry entries related to System32 will prevent Windows from starting up properly (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307545) . Also, corrupted Windows Registry will also annoying display System32 errors (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/170086). For most people, these type of errors are not easily fixable unless you have comprehensive computer knowledge and specifically knowledge about System32 and its related Registry structure. Please be aware that we are talking about the most sensitive part of a Windows platform and any small mistake can result your PC to be reinstalled or your precious personal data be lost completely.

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System32

Monday, June 30th, 2008

An Introduction to System32

System32 is a Windows system folder (C:\Windows\System32) on your computer. System32 folder is an essential component of the Windows operating system, which contains a number of system files that Windows needs to use in order to be able to run. These system files include drivers to run your hardware components, Windows shell extensions, and system restore points among many other critical components.

What Caused System32 Errors?

System32 errors can be the result of corrupted or damaged core system files, failed install or uninstall files and their settings left in the Windows Registry, and downloaded file components needed to run new software.
With every change you make to any Windows files, matching changes are performed within the System32 folder and the Windows Registry. Also, Every time you install or uninstall applications and download new files there are changes made within the System32 folder.
With so many potential changes to the folder it can quickly become problematic. System32 errors are usually brought about by these incomplete changes or erroneous settings.

How to Fix System32 Errors?

Manually fixing System32 errors is by no means a simple task. There are a large number of potential errors and each one requires a different method of resolution.
One best known practice to avoid System32 errors is to run Disk Cleanup Utility (Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools and choose Disk Cleanup) regularly. Nevertheless, removing junk files off your hard drives doesn’t guarantee a complete fix to System32 errors. It is because Disk Cleanup Utility doesn’t take care of Windows Registry clean up, maintenance and optimization, which will then completely eliminate all annoying System32 errors.

Our Solution to Fix System32 Errors

We recommend you try RegCure PC Optimizer. RegCure will scan your computer, and find all the system32 errors or potential errors your computer is having, and finally, fix them.