"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: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms819772.aspx
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
Microsoft KnowledgeBase: http://support.microsoft.com/default...;EN-US;KBHOWTO
Google is also good, when searching for error codes.
Hope this helps