Category Archives: Windows

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What is ati2evxx.exe doing in my System?

What is ati2evxx.exe?

It is a third party program from ATI technologies INC and is responsible for managing External Event Utility features for Windows 9X and NT.

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Is ati2evxx.exe a virus?

No, it is definitely not a virus but sure acts like one. With not much information available for this file one can easily confuse it with a virus or some other malware program. This is a digitally verified executable process from the ATI technologies and should not be deleted. Continue reading

What is SysWoW64 Folder?

SysWoW64 is a system directory of Windows 64 based Operating Systems. The main feature of this subsystem is to run 32 bit application and programs in compatibility mode with 64bit environment.

SysWoW64 system32 is bundled with all Windows 64 bit versions including Windows Xp, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Server 2003. It is also an optional component for Windows Server 2008 release 2 core. The main reason for creating this component is to efficiently manage the differences which arise between 32-64 bit structural changes. Continue reading

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Fix classpnp.sys Hang Error in Windows

What is classpnp.sys?

It is a digitally signed Microsoft Windows Operating System file for SCSI class which is an acronym for Small Computer System Interface.

Location of classpnp.sys

This file can be found residing under the System Root directory –

C:/Windows/System32/DRIVERS/CLASSPNP.sys Continue reading

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Fix bad_pool_header 0x00000019 Error in Windows 7, Vista and XP

What is bad_pool_header Error?

This error message is simply a numerical representation of the type of error encountered by your Windows Kernel. The associated parameters with the bad_pool_header code points to the exact problem caused within the memory location, Type of error and associated application which has triggered it.

Causes for bad_pool_header Error Message

This error is usually triggered by corrupt system files or damaged executable system processes. We have also seen this error commonly while upgrading Windows Service packs. Some of the possible reason for this error are:

  1. Incompatible drivers and files which could not support the newer version of the operating system.
  2. Power failure during up-gradation which could have damaged system files on Hard Drive
  3. Possible Hardware failures Continue reading