Generally speaking, most errors occur when the application program is running. For example; memory address errors, memory overflow errors, memory quotation errors, etc., are all considered Runtime Errors.
This article uses Runtime Errors as an example to explain why they occur and how to solve the problem. Let’s learn what Runtime is before elaborating on how to repair Runtime Errors. Runtime refers to the period when a computer program is actually executing (“running”) in a computer, from its beginning to its termination.
The term runtime as a noun can also refer to a program’s run-time environment; the collection of software services that are available to it during its execution. These services may be provided by the operating system or by a run-time system; such as, a virtual machine or collection of program libraries. Next, we’ll find out what a Runtime Error is and how it can happen.
When a Runtime Error occurs the computer will show the associated error code and its explanation through the message box. Generally speaking, the user will feel that the computer reacts more slowly right before the error occurs. When the message box of information is closed, the program will close automatically or have no response. When there is no response, the computer needs to be restarted.
There are many reasons behind it, the error may be:
A. caused by the loss of the Runtime Library or by it being unregistered with the system,
B. caused by the incompatibility of different programs (e.g., terminator programs and resident programs),
C. caused by other running programs (there are often extension programs and auxiliary programs of some software; such as, “the software from competitors”),
D. caused by software issues,
E. caused by memory issues; or,
F. caused by dangerous programs; such as, viruses, Trojan horses or other malicious software.
The above introduction gives you a basic understanding of what a Runtime Error is. Now we’re going to discuss the solutions. Here, we will use the most common error as an example.
Many users might have received the following error message during their use of IE.
It may be caused by the Google toolbar or other IE plugins installed in the computer.
There are 3 solutions:
Setup & Clean IE to Remove Conflict
1. Click “Start” ”Operate”, and input“Iexplore.exe” and then click “yes”.
2. Click “Internet Options” in the “Tool” menu of IE.
3. Click “using blank page” in Page “Routine”.
4. Click “Delete COOKIE” and then click “Yes”
5. Click “Delete all documents” and make a check mark on “delete all offline content”
6. Click “set up” and select “View object”
7. Open the window “Downloaded Program Files “ and Click ” Select all” in the “Edit” menu.
8. Select all “ActiveX” files
9. Click “Delete history” and Select “Yes”.
10. Open Page “Security” and set up “Internet, Local Internet, Trusted Sites and Limited Sites” as “Default”
11. Open Page “Privacy” and set up as “Default”
12. Open Page “Content” and click “Delete SSL status” and select “Yes”
13. Open Page “Advance” , click “Restore to default”, clear the check mark on “start Firefox Browser Extension (need to be restarted)” , click “Yes” and leave Browser IE.
Uninstall Google Toolbar
1. Click “Start” ”Operate”, input” appwiz.cpl” and click “Yes”.
2. Find GOOGLE toolbar or other IE tool in the program list and uninstall it.
3. Close all windows and restart the computer.
Bob is a freelance writer and software developer at touchupsoft.com