"BIG BOY" <email@example.com> wrote ...
> Application stops, example Internet Explorer, Corel Photopaint
> reason...Problem Event Name, APPCRASH or problem event name , BEX
> Can I get list of the Problem Events Names, reasons and solutions
There are hundreds of possible error codes. And there are millions of
possible reasons and solutions. So you won't find a handy list. Most
standard user mode Windows error codes are defined in winerror.h, in the
Windows SDK. You can read this file online, here:
Kernel mode or STOP errors (blue screens, the so-called BSODs) are defined
in NTStatus.h. I'm not sure if there's a convenient online version; it's in
the Windows DDK which is a free download from Microsoft.com.
The best way to get an explanation of an error is to search for it in the
Google is also good, when searching for error codes.
Hope this helps