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Error Lookup v2.3.3
Error Lookup v2.3.3 Portable open source tool which can help by translating error codes into a more meaningful text description. The interface is simple - just a box to type your code, and another which displays the details - so there doesnít seem much to learn. The program also supports a wide range of codes: regular Windows errors, DirectX, NTSTATUS errors, Windows Internet errors, STOP codes, And we think it can probably be configured to read more (Settings > System modules), although thereís no documentation to confirm that and we didnít test it. The lightweight application is less than a megabyte, and it is compatible with Windows XP SP3 and higher operating systems. You can download either the installer or portable version. Portable mode To activate portable mode, create errorlookup.ini in application folder, or move it from %APPDATA%\Henry++\Error Lookup. v2.3.3 (23 December 2019) changed compiler build settings fixed update checker bug (issue #16) updated locales Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 3,127 Dec 23, 2019
Henry++
Error Messages For Windows 3.0
Error Messages For Windows 3.0 MS Windows Error Messages is a small utility that will allow you to look up MS Windows error code numbers and display a descriptive message explaining what the numeric code actually means. If you have software programs that produce numeric error codes now you can find out what they really mean. MS Windows Error Messages also provides a facility to display and print all of the error codes and messages defined for your version of MS Windows.
5/5 5,836 Mar 03, 2017
Gregory Braun
Tweaking.com - Disk Error Checking at Next Boot v1.0.0
Tweaking.com - Disk Error Checking at Next Boot v1.0.0 This little tool will set the dirty bit flag on a drive. When the dirty bit flag is set, Windows will perform a disk check and repair any errors it find at the next system boot. Normally I would set a drive error check by using the tools tab on the properties of a drive. Odd thing is, sometimes it wouldn't be set and I would have to do it again to get the system to scan the drive. This was annoying as I just wasted a reboot and the time it took. So I made this tool to make it easier and faster to get the drive error check going.
5/5 5,840 Sep 02, 2017
Tweaking.com
Windows Error Message Creator v1.36.25
Windows Error Message Creator v1.36.25 Mess with your IT person by creating fake error messages. CREATING STANDARD MESSAGE BOXES Windows Error messages are something that everyone has come across at some point or another. WEMC allows you to take these messages and put your own, often humorous, take on them. Everything you need to create one is on the main screen, in the section entitled 'Create A Standard Message Box.' CREATING CUSTOMISED MESSAGE BOXES A customised message box is a message box that gives you total control over the contents. It allows you to set custom text, icons and buttons -- all in one easy to use interface. CREATING FORMAT DIALOGS WEMC includes the ability to create fictitious Formatting dialogue boxes. Formatting is the act of deleting all the data on a drive. N.B. WEMC does not actually delete any data; it merely gives the impression of such a thing happening. To create a format dialog, press Ctrl+F while on the Main Screen, or select 'Create > Format Dialog' from the menu. SHOWING A BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH WEMC has the ability to show off that most infamous of Windows errors, the Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD). To do this, select 'Create > BSOD' from the Main Menu, or press Ctrl+B.
5/5 2,318 May 17, 2019
Christopher Urquhart
   
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