Symantec not updating error 5

Starting up the program will prompt the error message to appear and display one of the following or a similar message: In the versions of Microsoft Windows 95, 98 and ME, the following error message may be displayed instead: Excel has performed an error in module and will be closed.

Within Microsoft Windows XP, 2000 and NT, the following error message may be displayed instead: Application name has encountered a problem and needs to close. An error report window will appear in order to supply information to Microsoft about the issue that has occurred.

I encountered a BSOD on my now 2 year old pre built system yesterday. Specs: Acer Aspire X1800 E1232Dual Core E5400 (2.7 ghz)n Force 630i motherboard Nvidia Geforce 7100 (on motherboard)4 GB DD2 Ram (400 mhz, Single Channeled) - There is lots of other info on Cpu Z but I think they are not very relevant.220W no name PSUAfter the BSOD, I did a force shutdown (holding down the power button) and the next restart was normal.

I later checked my Mini Dump folder in the Windows Directory and found this crash dump file, related to the incident.

It will display an error message similar to: App name – App version – Module name – Module version – Offset – 9.0.0.5302 – Vbe6– 6.0.89.67 – 0000d799 The “App.exe” represents the file name for the executable program that the error occurred within.Solution 1 In my case I reinstalled the network card and strangely that seemed to do the trick! If it doesn’t work for you, give the below solutions a try. If you have Norton installed, run Live Update, make sure you have most current version. To access and open the unformatted RAW drive again, you need to format the disk, but once you format the RAW drive, the data will be formatted and lost.So we recommend you to use format recovery software to recover and get your data back from the RAW drive before going any further.

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