List of Common Internet Error Codes

List of Common Internet Error Codes

Here are the most common codes and messages you’re likely to see on your Web browser (HTTP), when accessing Usenet, using e-mail, or using the FTP protocol to upload or download files.The codes can generally by grouped as follows –

  • 100-199 – Information Codes. Provide information about the request or the servers involved.
  • 200-299 – Success Codes. Indicate that the request was accepted or the requested file has no content (empty).
  • 300-399 – Redirects. Requested content has moved.
  • 400-499 – Client Errors. Cannot find content or you don’t have the correct permissions to access it.
  • 500-599 – Server Errors. There is a problem at the server end stopping the request from completing successfully.
Code Title Description
100 Continue
101 Switching Protocols
200 OK The request was successful
201 Created The request was successful and a new resource was created
202 Accepted The request was accepted for processing, but the processing is not yet complete
203 Non-Authoritative Information
204 No Content The server has processed the request but there is no new information to be returned
205 Reset Content
206 Partial Content
300 Multiple Choices The requested resource is available at one or more locations
301 Moved Permanently The requested resource has been assigned a new URL and any further references should use this new URL
302 Moved Temporarily The requested resource resides at a different location, but will return to this location in the future
303 See Other
304 Not Modified The requested resource has not been modified since the date specified in the If-Modified_Since header
305 Use Proxy
400 Bad Request The server could not properly interpret the request. Normally means that either address hasn’t been entered correctly or the page no longer exists.
401 Unauthorised The site being accessed is protected and you either entered the incorrect password or the host does not want users coming from your domain to enter.
402 Payment Required
403 Forbidden You are not permitted to access this document. It is either password-protected or the host does not want your domain to enter.
404 Not Found The host server can’t find the HTML document at the URL you’ve entered. Either you have mistyped the URL, the document no longer exists, or you’ve been given the wrong URL.
405 Method Not Allowed
406 Not Acceptable
407 Proxy Authentication Required
408 Request Time-Out
409 Conflict
410 Gone
411 Length Required
412 Precondition Failed
413 Request Entity Too Large
414 Request-URL Too Large
415 Unsupported Media Type
500 Internal Server Error The server could not satisfy the request due to an internal error condition.
501 Not Implemented
502 Bad Gateway The server received an invalid response from the server from which it was trying to retrieve information.
503 Out of Resources
504 Gateway Time-Out
505 HTTP Version not supported
Bad File Request The form you’re trying to access is not supported by your browser or there is an error in the form.
Cannot Add Form Submission Result to Bookmark List Occurs when you’ve submitted a search request and then try to save the result as a bookmark. Even though it may look like a valid address, the resulting page does not have a URL that can be reused so it can’t be added to your bookmark list.
Connection Refused by Host You’re not permitted to access this document either because it’s password-protected or the host doesn’t permit your domain to enter.
Failed DNS Lookup The URL you requested could not be translated into a valid Internet address by the domain name system. This is either a result of a mistake in the system or you could have mistakenly entered an incorrect URL
File Contains no Data The site you accessed doesn’t contain any Web pages on it.
Helper Application not Found You’re trying to load a file of a type that your browser doesn’t recognise
Host Unavailable The server computer that hosts this site could not be reached. The server may be offline or down for maintenance
Host Unknown The server you’re trying to reach is not connected, or you have lost your own connection. You may have also entered the URL incorrectly.
Network Connection was Refused by the Server Some servers have limits on the number of people or request they can handle at a time. If you get this message, the server is probably too busy to handle one more user.
NNTP Server Error This error occurs when you are trying to log on to a Usenet newsgroup. An NNTP server is part of your Internet service provider’s software, so if this error occurs the software may be malfunctioning or the newsgroup does not exist.
Permission Denied When connecting to an FTP site, can signify that you cannot upload to the site, download a certain file, or access a certain directory.
Too Many Connections – Try Again Later The limit to the number of people who can use the site at one time has been exceeded.
Too Many Users To avoid slow uploading and downloading rates, site administrators set a maximum number of users that can access the site at one time. Your request is one too many.
Unable to Locate Host The server is either down for maintenance or you may have lost your connection.
Unable to Locate the Server The server indicated in the URL you typed or clicked from either no longer exists or was entered incorrectly.
Viewer not Found Your browser doesn’t recognise files of this type.
You Can’t Log on as an Anonymous User You must have a valid username and password to log onto this FTP site.

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Itunes Syncing

Syncing automatically

If you want iTunes to update your music, videos, or podcasts whenever you connect your device, sync automatically. Whenever iTunes is open and your device is connected using the USB to Dock Connector cable, iTunes will sync. If you are using Wi-Fi syncing, whenever iTunes is open, your iOS device is connected to power, and the device is on the same Wi-Fi network as your computer, itunes will sync.

Syncing music

  1. Connect iPhone, iPad, or iPod to your computer and open iTunes.
  2. Select your iPhone, iPad, or iPod in the Devices section on the left side of the iTunes window.
  3. In the main iTunes browser window, select Music.
  4. Select the option to Sync Music. You may also select “Include Music videos” if you would like to sync Music videos to a device.
  5. Your device will need to have enough free space to sync the content that you have selected from your library.
    Tip: You can use the capacity bar at the bottom of the device-settings window to determine how much free space is available. You can determine content size by selecting it and looking at the bottom of the iTunes window.
  6. Click Apply and iTunes will begin syncing the audio content you’ve selected to your device. The iTunes LCD will display the sync progress and notify you when the sync is complete.
  7. To disconnect your device, select it under Devices and click the eject icon next to it.

Syncing movies, TV shows, podcasts and iTunes U content

  1. Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your computer and open iTunes.
  2. Select your device in the Devices section on the left side of the iTunes window.
  3. In the main iTunes browser window, select Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts, and iTunes U.
  4. You can choose to sync all content automatically or you can automatically sync content that you have not watched. For TV shows, podcasts, and iTunes U you can also select to sync automatically based on TV Shows, podcasts, or collections.
  5. Your device will need to have enough free space to sync the content that you have selected from your library.
    Tip: You can use the capacity bar at the bottom of the device settings window to determine how much free space is available. The windows will update with an estimate based on your selections.
  6. Click Apply and iTunes will begin syncing the audio content you’ve selected to your device. The iTunes LCD will display the sync progress and notify you when the sync is complete.
  7. To disconnect your device, select it under Devices and click the eject icon next to it.

Syncing manually

If you prefer not to automatically sync music content to your device, you can set up manual syncing. If you want to manually manage your content with more than one computer and your device, see this article.

  1. Connect your device to your computer and open iTunes.
  2. Select your device in the Devices section on the left side of the iTunes window.
  3. In the main iTunes browser window, select the Summary.
  4. Select the option to “Manually manage music and videos” or “Manually manage music.” This will deselect the automatic sync settings for the Music, Movies, and TV Shows tabs. 
    Note: When manually managing iPod, disk use is enabled and iPod must always be manually ejected in iTunes before disconnecting it from your computer. iOS devices do not support “Enable disk use”.
  5. Click Apply.
  6. To manually add music, audiobooks, movies, podcasts, or TV shows, choose one of these categories under Library on the top-left of the iTunes window.
  7. Select and drag items you want (to choose multiple items, Command-click items using a Mac or Control-click items using Windows), then drag them onto your device icon under Devices.
  8. To add a playlist, select it from the left side of the iTunes window and drag it onto your device in the same way.
  9. When you are ready to disconnect your iPod, select it under Devices and click the eject icon next to it. You do not need to eject an iOS device before disconnecting it.

Syncing music with Autofill

When the “Manually manage” option is enabled, you can use Autofill to quickly sync audio content from your music library or a selected playlist. Autofill settings allow you to adjust how songs are selected for syncing as well as allocate space for disk use. To use Autofill, make sure your iPod is set to manually manage music using steps 1 through 5 above and then follow the steps below.

  1. Select your device in the Devices section on the left side of the iTunes window.
  2. Click the disclosure triangle next to the device icon to reveal the contents of the device.
  3. Click Music, under the device.
  4. Select the Music library and review the Autofill settings at the bottom of the main iTunes window.
  5. When you click the Autofill button, iTunes will automatically sync as much music as possible to your device. If the playlist you selected contains more music than your device can hold, Autofill will sync a subset of the music. The iTunes LCD will display the sync progress and notify you when the sync is complete.
  6. Disconnect your device by selecting it under Devices and clicking the eject icon next to it. Then, disconnect the USB cable.

 

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How to configure Internet e-mail accounts in Outlook


SUMMARY

In Microsoft Outlook, the Internet E-mail information service stores information that allows you to log on to your Internet e-mail server. Outlook provides this service during a typical setup scenario. Your Internet service provider (ISP) provides the required settings that populate the configuration pages of the Internet E-mail information service. This article describes how to configure the Internet E-mail information service.

RESOLUTION

You must correctly configure the Internet E-mail information service to send and receive messages in Outlook. To do this, you must have the following specific information about your e-mail account to manually configure it in Outlook. Contact your ISP if needed, or view the ISP list provided below, to obtain the following information:

  • Your full e-mail address.
  • The type of e-mail account: POP3, IMAP or HTTP.
  • Your user name.
  • Your password.
  • The SMTP server name or address.
  • The POP3 server name or address.
  • Is Secure Password Authentication (SPA) required?
  • The port number that is used for SMTP. (Most ISPs use port 25.)
    • Is encryption (SSL is most common) required for the port?
  • The port number that is used for POP3. (Most ISPs use port 110.)
    • Do you require encryption (SSL is most common) for the port?
  • Does the outgoing e-mail server (SMTP) require authentication?
    • If so, do you use my normal e-mail name and password?

Use one of the following methods to configure the Internet E-mail information service, as appropriate for the version of Outlook that you are running.

Warning The Fix it solution provided in Method 1 for Microsoft Outlook 2010 should only be used for Outlook 2010. Do not run this on a computer with an older version of Microsoft Outlook.

Method 1: Microsoft Office Outlook 2010

Click here to view or hide detailed information about changing Outlook 2010 account settings

Method 2: Microsoft Office Outlook 2007


Click here to view or hide detailed information about changing Outlook 2007 account settings

Method 3: Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and earlier versions of Outlook


Click here to view or hide detailed information about changing Outlook 2003 or earlier account settings

The Internet E-mail Settings dialog box

The information that you entered in the “How to Configure the Internet E-mail Information Service” section is added to various tabs in the

Internet E-mail Settings dialog box. This is where you make modifications and changes to your Internet E-mail account.

General tab

The General tab is the location that you use to rename your e-mail account.

  • Mail Account: Type a name for this account.
  • Organization: The name of your company; not a required entry.
  • Reply E-mail: This is optional and only used if you want replies to your messages sent to another e-mail address.

Outgoing Server tab

The Outgoing Server tab is new for Outlook. The Test Account Settings button sets all required fields on this tab.
Note This button is not available on this tab in Outlook 2007. This feature is available in the Account Settings dialog box. To locate this feature, click the account, and then click Change.

  • The My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication check box: Click to select this check box to turn this setting on, and to select the type of log on authentication the server requires.
  • The Log on using Secure Password Authentication (SPA) check box. Click to select this check box only if your ISP instructs you to. Very few providers use this setting.
  • The Log on to incoming mail server before sending mail check box. Many ISPs require that you receive messages first. It implies that you are an authenticated user, and are not using the ISP to send unwanted commercial messages (SPAM) to unsuspecting recipients.

Connection tab

  1. Connection SectionThe Connection tab contains information about how to connect to your e-mail server. There are three ways to connect to your ISP’s e-mail server. Select one of the appropriate connection type listed in this section.
    1. Connect using my local area network (LAN): This connection allows you to log on to your e-mail server through your existing network connection. Your network configuration must support access to the Internet. Please see your network administrator for more details.
    2. Connect using my phone line: The Internet Mail Service looks for a Dialup Networking connection to establish a log on with your ISP. Once you are logged on to your ISP, it attempts to connect to your ISP’s e-mail server. If this section is not available (grayed out), it may indicate that the Microsoft Windows Dialup Networking feature is not installed on your computer. Please refer to the “If Dialup Networking Is Not installed” section of this article for more information.
    3. Connect Using Internet Explorer’s or a 3rd Party Dialer: If you click to select this option, Outlook uses a default connection method that has already been configured.
  2. Modem Section
    1. After you click Connect using my phone line, you must define a Dialup Networking connection to use. You can select an existing connection from the list, or you can click Addto create a new connection.
    2. To edit the properties of a connection, use the drop-down list box to select the desired connection, and then click Properties. This takes you to the existing connection’s Properties page.

Advanced tab

The Advanced tab allows you to set the POP3 and SMTP server ports, define whether the server requires secure connection, and define server timeout settings and delivery settings. The delivery settings allow you to read a message, but leave the message on the server for a specified time. This feature is especially helpful if you use the same e-mail account from more than one computer.

How to transfer Internet e-mail

The following information is the four ways to send and receive Internet e-mail.

  • Press F9 on the keyboard: If you press F9, your connection type is verified and then uploads the messages from your Outbox and downloads your messages from the server. If you are connected through a LAN connection, messages flow without any other dialog boxes. If you connect to your ISP with a modem, the Dial Up Networking connection starts and establishes the connection. Messages upload from your Outbox and download from the e-mail server.
  • On the Tools menu, point to Send/Receive, and then click Send/Receive All or click the e-mail account name: You can select to send messages only. On the Tools menu, point to Send/Receive, and then click Send All. This option does not download any messages from the server. If you clickSend/Receive on the Tools menu and you have multiple e-mail accounts, you have the option to select the e-mail account that you want to use.
  • On the Standard toolbar click Send/Receive: If you click the Send/Receive button on the Standard toolbar, it is the same as when you press F9 on the keyboard.
  • For Microsoft Outlook 2002, connect with the Work With Headers menu selection. To work with headers rather than full messages, use the commands listed under Work With Headers that is a submenu of Send/Receive on the Tools menu. For Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2003, connect with the head-related commands. To work with headers rather than full messages, use the head-related commands listed under Send/Receive on the Tools menu. With Remote Mail, you can scan the headers, and then mark the messages that you want to receive, copy, or delete. While using Remote Mail, you can compose messages and send them to your Outbox at any time, and send and receive messages when you connect to your mailbox. This feature allows you to keep your messages on the server.

For more information about remote mail and working with headers in Outlook 2002, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

296080  Description of the Remote Mail feature, the Offline Folders feature, and the Working Offline feature in Outlook 2002

What to do if dialup networking is not installed

To use a modem connection, you must install and configure the Dialup Networking feature that included with Microsoft Windows. Your ISP provides the following information:

  1. User name
  2. Password
  3. Local access phone number
  4. Your host and domain name
  5. DNS server IP address
  6. Authentication technique (whether or not a terminal window is used)

Your ISP may also provide you with an IP address and an IP subnet mask. You need these optional items only if your provider gives you a dedicated IP address to use every time you dial in.

For more detailed information about how to configure Dialup Networking in Microsoft Windows 9x, please refer to the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

138789  How to connect to the Internet in Windows 95 and Windows 98

MORE INFORMATION

Use Microsoft Office Outlook Hotmail Connector for your Hotmail

If you are trying to setup hotmail account in Outlook, Outlook Hotmail Connector provides a free solution for managing your Windows Live Hotmail email messages, calendar, and contacts from within Outlook 2003, 2007, and 2010 free of charge.

You can download Outlook Hotmail Connector from Microsoft Download Center:

Note The 64-bit version is available for the 64-bit version of Outlook 2010 only.

For more information about how to use Microsoft Office Outlook Hotmail Connector, visit the following Microsoft Website:

Internet Service Provider settings (for manual configuration of Microsoft Outlook)

We recommend you contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) for information on the exact incoming and outgoing mail server names and settings that you should use when you configure your Internet email account in Outlook. The list provided here contains information only for some Internet service providers in the United States and may not be up-to-date.

Incoming Mail (POP3) server names and settings:

Provider Name Server Name Port SPA SSL AuthRequired
AOL pop.aol 110 OFF OFF ON
AT&T Yahoo pop.att.yahoo.com 995 OFF ON ON
Charter pop.charter.net 110 OFF OFF ON
Comcast mail.comcast.net 995 OFF ON ON
Cox pop.[insert region].cox.net 110 OFF OFF OFF
Gmail pop.gmail.com 995 OFF ON ON
Juno pop.juno.com 110 OFF OFF OFF
Microsoft Live pop3.live.com 995 OFF ON ON
Netscape pop.3.isp.netscape.com 110 OFF OFF ON
Netzero pop.netzero.com 110 OFF OFF ON
Pacbell pop.att.yahoo.com 995 OFF ON ON
PeoplePC pop.peoplepc.com 110 OFF OFF ON
Qwest pop.[enter state ID].qwest.net 110 OFF OFF OFF
Rogers pop.broadband.rogers.com 110 OFF OFF ON
SBCGlobal pop.att.yahoo.com 995 OFF ON ON
Swbell pop.att.yahoo.com 995 OFF ON ON
Verizon incoming.verizon.net 110 OFF OFF ON
Yahoo pop.mail.yahoo.com 110 OFF OFF OFF

Outgoing Mail (SMTP) server names and settings:

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Getting More Site Traffic on WordPress and Blogs

Want more traffic? Here are some tips for attracting more visitors to your site:

Publicize!

Tell people on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks about your new post. You can do this using WordPress.com’s Publicize feature, which will automatically tell your Facebook friends and Twitter followers as soon as you publish a new post.

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Read and comment on other blogs

Check out Freshly Pressed and our Topics to find people who share your interests. Then follow their blog and get to know them a bit. When you see an article that interests you, click through to their site and leave a comment with your thoughts.

Blog often

Blogs that have more frequent and regular posting schedules tend to develop an audience more quickly. If you need inspiration, check outThe Daily Post.

Other folks love getting links just like you. Remember, blogging is all about people. When you link to another blogger or blog entry, that blog’s owner will often find your blog through their stats.

Make it easy for visitors to follow your blog

Adding the Follow Blog Widget to your sidebar allows your readers sign up to receive email notifications for each post you publish.

Use appropriate tags

Attach appropriate categories and tags to your entries and people may find your blog through those. Be careful not to use too many tags though — between 5 and 15 tags and/or categories is a good number. Beyond 15, your post actually becomes less likely to be featured in the WordPress.com topic listings.

Make your content visible to search engines

If you want your post to be indexed by search engines such as Google and Bing, you should make sure your site’s privacy settings are set to “I would like my site to be visible to everyone”.

Pay for traffic to your site

Web applications like StumbleUpon can bring visitors to your posts with rates starting at $.10 per visit. If you’ve just published a great post and you really want some feedback from visitors, this can be a good way to get the ball rolling.

Companies that are looking for broader distribution of their posts, including getting their content in front of journalists, may want to try services from companies such as PR Newswire.

Bug your real-life friends

Encourage friends and family to read your blog: send them reminder emails when you update and talk to them about it when you meet in person. Better still, encourage them to sign up for updates using theFollow Blog Widget. Often having a really small audience of people you care about is better than having a million visitors and not knowing any of them.

Relax, it takes time

Even if you do all of the above religiously, you probably won’t develop a huge following overnight. Like anything worth doing, building a sizable audience takes time. Many of the bloggers you admire have probably been at it for at least a year. Stick with it, and don’t get discouraged by a slow start — everyone starts slow.

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Size doesn’t matter

Finally, remember that it’s not the size of your audience, it’s how much you care about them and they care about you.

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Windows runtime errors

Issue

Windows runtime errors.

Cause

The runtime or run-time error message can be caused by:

  1. Confliction with TSR or other running program
  2. Software issue
  3. Computer Virus
  4. Memory issue

Solution

Before following the below recommendations for troubleshooting your runtime error if you’re getting a runtime error with a runtime error code and error message such as “Runtime error 75 path/file access error”, skip to the below runtime error listing for a listing of runtime error codes and additional information and causes for these errors.

Confliction with TSR or other running program

If you are encountering a runtime error message while in Windows or above ensure that the issue is not being caused by a third-party program or TSR by end tasking all open programs.

If, after end tasking all TSRs, you continue to experience the same issue and are running Windows 95 or Windows 98, verify that no utility or program is being loaded in the autoexec.bat and config.sys that is causing your issue by temporally renaming the files. To do this, follow the below instructions.

  1. Boot to a MS-DOS prompt.
  2. Once at the MS-DOS prompt, type:

    cd\ <press enter>
    ren autoexec.bat autoexec.ch <press enter>
    ren config.sys config.ch <press enter>

    Once completed, reboot the computer.

Software issue

If your issue persists it is possible that the program, utility or game causing the runtime error may have issues. Verify through the developer’s web site that all updates or patches that may be available have been downloaded and applied.

If no patches or updates are available, uninstall and reinstall the program that is causing the issue. If you are having a runtime error in your operating system, reinstall the operating system.

Add-on, plug-in, or other extra software

Many runtime errors are also caused by other add-onsplug-ins, or other extra software that has been installed onto the computer and is associated with the program generating the error. If you have any extra software installed that is associated with the program generating the error make sure there are no available updates for the programs and try uninstalling each of them to verify they’re not the cause of your issue.

Computer virus

Because computer viruses are capable of tampering with the system settings or memory it is possible for a computer virus to generate a runtime error. If you are currently running a virus protection program on your computer ensure it has the latest updated patch or .dat file.

If you do not have a computer virus protection program it is recommended one be purchased or that a demo be temporarily downloaded to scan your computer hard drive for viruses.

Memory issue

Finally, if you have followed all of the above recommendations, it is possible that you may be encountering a hardware or memory related issue. We recommend that you first contact the developer of the program causing the issue for any possible solutions. If no solutions are found, we recommend you contact the computer or motherboard manufacturer for additional recommendations or service.

Runtime error listings

Below is a listing of Microsoft Windows and Windows software runtime error codes and related Runtime error messages. If you’re encountering one of the below runtime error codes and have a matching runtime error message see the associated additional information column for causes and information about that runtime. If the additional information does not help resolve your issue try the recommendations under the above solution section.

 

Error code Runtime error message Additional information
5 Illegal function call Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
6 Overflow Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
7 Out of memory This issue can be caused when the computer does not meet the programs system requirements or to much memory is already being used for the program to run. If your computer meets the requirements try first reinstalling the program to make sure it’s not an issues with the program installation. If this does not resolve your issue see out of memory troubleshooting steps.
9 Subscript out of range Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
10 Duplicate definition Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
11 Division by zero Problem with a math formula in the program or the programs code. Verify no software updates are available for the program causing this error.
13 Type Mismatch Make sure your system regional settings are setup correctly and that the program you’re running is made for your version of Windows.
14 Out of string space Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
19 No Resume Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
20 Resume without error Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
28 Out of stack space This issue can be caused by a program or memory error. First try going through the out of memory troubleshooting steps.
35 Sub or Function not defined Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
48 Error in loading DLL This issue is often caused with a bad installation or an issue caused after another program has been installed that replaced the programs DLL. Close all programs and TSRs and try installing the program again.
52 Bad file name or number Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
53 File not found File required by the program to run is not found. Program needs to be reinstalled or missing file(s) need to be copied back to the computer.
54 Bad file mode Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
55 File already open Program or file associated with program is being used and program does not have access to use it. Tryclosing all open and background programs and run program again.
58 File already exists Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
61 Disk full The disk, for example, the hard drive does not have enough space for the program to run or for associated files to be copied to. Free up disk space on the computer hard drive.
62 Input past end of file Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
63 Bad record number Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
64 Bad file name Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
68 Device unavailable A hardware device or necessary requirement for the program is not being found. Verify all hardware and software required by the program is installed. If you continue to have the same issues verify the latest updates are installed for the program as well as any hardware device the program needs.
70 Permission denied The location of where the program is being copied to does not have proper rights. Or a file that is trying to be copied over because it’s currently being used. Try closing all programs and TSRs and running/installing the program again.
71 Disk not ready Verify you have proper rights to the location you are attempting to install the program to.
74 Can’t rename with different drive Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
75 Path/File access error Program does not have rights or access to a file. Often this is caused when a program is trying to access a network file it doesn’t have proper access to either because of network privileges or something is blocking the program. This issue can also be caused when the file is being used by another program or is read-only.
76 Path not found Directory of where the program needs to be copied to or files associated with the program need to be copied to is missing. Try reinstalling the program.
91 Object variable set to Nothing Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
93 Invalid pattern Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
94 Illegal use of NULL Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
102 Command failed Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
339 A file is missing or invalid An associated program file is missing or corrupt. Try reinstalling the program.
429 Object creation failed Program is corrupted, try reinstalling the program generating the runtime error.
438 No such property or method Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
439 Argument type mismatch Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
440 Object error Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
901 Input buffer would be larger than 64K Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
902 Operating system error Verify the program is compatible with your version of Windows and has any software updates.
903 External procedure not found Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
904 Global variable type mismatch Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
905 User-defined type mismatch A setting either in the program shortcut or being defined by the user is correct. Try running just the program without any additional settings or variables.
906 External procedure interface mismatch Program error, verify the program has all the latest updates. If updated try reinstalling the program. If you continue to have the same errors contact the software developer.
1001 Out of memory This issue can be caused when the computer does not meet the programs system requirements or to much memory is already being used for the program to run.If your computer meets the requirements try first reinstalling the program to make sure it’s not an issue with the program installation. If this does not resolve your issue run through the out of memory troubleshooting steps.
1025 DLL is not supported This issue is often caused with a bad installation or an issue caused after another program has been installed that replaced the programs DLL. Close all programs and TSRs and try installing the program again.
6025 Microsoft Windows r6025 runtime error.

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