An Exposť of Digital Stupidity...
Ever since Admiral Grace Hopper "debugged" the first computer in 1945, computer users have
had to deal with computer errors These "bugs" are costly in terms of time and/or money. Frequently, these bugs are conflicts between programs that were never tested together. Sometimes, they're just stupid because the product was rushed to the marketplace. Manufacturer's fix their software bugs in service packs, or driver updates. However, it takes time and money for the user (or consultant) has to correctly diagnose the bug, before they can find the update. JK Technologies will share the "Monster Bugs" as we find them. The more documentation on the Internet; the easier they are to find.
Monster Bugs: Table of Contents
2436 error 0x80041201 --difficult to find simple solution
Adobe CS2 and Adobe PageMaker corrupts Windows
Daylight Savings Time Issues
Disable Windows 7 and the new UAC control to install programs
Upgrade an HP computer to Service Pack 2 and it crashes
HP Deskjet Software Stops installing at 7%.
January 2007 Bug in Adobe Reader is serious
NAIL.EXE won't go away
Sage Act! 7 (2009) installer is incompatible with SBS 2003
ERROR: Failed to open a connection to the database
Symantec Antivirus 10.0 causes PC reboot when accessed via RDP
Symantec Endpoint 11, MR5 on Windows Server 2008 R2 and MR4 on
Vista 32 Bit, SP2
VISTA can't access the website on some Konica-Minolta BizHubs
VISTA: Copied files grow indefinitely