Runtime errors are probably the most frequent errors we may
encounter in Windows operating system. Many users are frustrated by
the errors as they don?ˇĄt know what they are and why they happen to
their computer. Now you no longer have to worry. Let me tell you
some simple techniques to remove your runtime errors.
1. End all running programs one by one to check whether there are
conflicts between certain programs.
Most of the time runtime errors are caused by conflicts between two
programs. Stopping the running programs one by one can immediately
solve the problem if it is caused by conflicts.
2. Upgrade the affected programs or download patches from the
If the method above can not solve the problem, you can visit the
developers?website to see whether all updates and patches have been
applied on the affected program.
3. Completely uninstall and reinstall the affected program
Your existing copy of the program may have been corrupted. You can
uninstall it completely first and download the latest version from
the software's official website to reinstall it on your computer.
4. Remove add-on or plug-ins associated with the affected program
Runtime errors can also be caused by add-ons, plug-ins or some extra
software associated with the program that is creating the error. You
can remove the add-ons or plug-ins one by one to see which one
produce the problem.
5. Use anti-viruses to eliminate any virus that may generate the
Viruses can trigger the runtime error as well. If you have an
anti-virus running on your computer, please make sure the latest
update patch has been installed and the virus definition is up to
date. If your computer is not yet protected by an anti-virus, then
get one now!
6. Ask help from the support of the related programs and your
computer hardware manufacturer
If you've tried all the methods above while the error still exists,
you may consider the possibility of a hardware/memory issue. You can
contact the developer of the affected program first for solutions.
If in vain, we recommend you ask help from your computer/motherboard