What causes Certificate error and how to fix it?

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Certificate  is a very important process for Windows-based operating systems. It will execute the Dll files and then put them into system memory so as to ensure the proper running of the computer. However, when using the computer, users are always getting the Certificate  error message such as Certificate  not found problem. Here, I will show you the causes and corresponding solutions to fix Certificate error.

What causes Certificate  error?

The Certificate  error can be caused by a variety of reasons such as conflict among programs, a simple drive error or mis-deletion of necessary Dll file, or missing entries in Windows registry. The frequent popping-up Certificate  error messages are not only frustrating, but also greatly slow down your working efficiency. So do immediately perform the below steps to fix it instantly.

How to fix Certificate  error?

1. If you are getting the error message immediately after installing a new program on your computer, just uninstall a then reinstall it. If you still get the Certificate  error message, do not reinstall the program again for it must be compatible with those installed on your computer.

2. Locate a copy of Certificate  file on your computer to see whether it is mis-deleted. Just check the folder: C:\windows\system32 to check whether it is there. If it is put under other directory, just copy and paste it to C:\windows\system32. If you cannot find a copy on your computer, try to find it on your Windows installation disk or download an exact one from the Internet. However, this is a time-consuming process and you might lose some of your important data.

3. Run a professional system repair tool to fix your Certificate  error. Normally, the common cause for Certificate  error is a corrupt Windows registry. And there are lots of tools available on the web that can fully scan, analyze your computer and fix your Certificate  error quickly within minutes. Most of the time, these tools help not only fix the Certificate  error, but also remove any registry errors, eliminate the invalid entries, repair Dll errors and so on within minutes.

In a word, though there are many ways for you to fix Certificate  error, the best choice is to run a best registry care software. It will thoroughly scan your computer and then fix the Certificate  error by re-registering registry files within clicks. Before reinstalling your Windows, give a try to see whether it helps. I believe you will be surprised to see to see its powerful features.

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This article was published on 2010/09/22