Error Code 0x000000D5″ windows log testing

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During the Windows log testing, "0x000000D5" error$0 problems caused by lead? $0$0" error is being displayed.

Kindly explain & solve.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #93810

Error Code 0x000000D5″ windows log testing


This kind of error is usually caused by Spyware, Malware or bugs. So its best to run a Spyware scan on your computer. If you don’t have an Antivirus, you can download a Spyware remover.

You can also update your drivers. It might be the fact that your drivers are not updated. Perform Windows Update.

Go to Start, then All programs, and choose Windows Update.

You have to be sure that all the cables in your PC are connected tightly.

If it still will not work, You have to go to Microsoft Support and perform the Hotfix.

You can also try this process. It might be a little complicated but its worth a try:

  • Click on Start > Run and type CMD.
  • The driver with the error code has the value of 0x000000D5.

Update this driver.

Answered By 0 points N/A #93812

Error Code 0x000000D5″ windows log testing



Here the error your computer encountered is that of system files missing, in the Windows XP software or certain bugs in the system, which means you need to look for the software. You may need to uninstall and reinstall your operating system to see whether it will work.
You may also try to manually search, for the missing files 'most probably the .dll file or active x and other registry entries. So you may search for such system files and extract to C:Program filessystem 32.exe and try restarting your system to see whether your system will show the same error. This is the process;
Go to Start button -> Run and hit enter
Type cmd and in the command window and input the following values
Extract installation disk C:System32system32.dll
Run system32.dll
If that doesn't work, you may also try looking for another Operating System, from the Internet or other sources and try installing and booting your system.
This should work.

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