Friday, 14 October 2016

FIX A script on this page may be busy, or it may have stopped responding

Here is something a lot more people are currently facing and we asked our nerd to do what he does

A script on this page may be busy, or it may have stopped responding

Common problem isn't it?, even for PC techs who have hunted high and low for Malware, reset settings, UN-installed browsers, Re-Installed browsers, updated java, updated flash, shockwave and nada, same old problem and your thinking CPU or hard disk issues, maybe ram..

Just some web pages, especially really active facebook profiles or facebook pages with masses of links to external content and bang, the browser just hangs and says not responding.

Anyways (bob) our wacky bug hunter decided to look at this problem from another perspective. He has this massive argument relating to web browsers and people who don't update internet explorer. I don't use it they say, so i don't update it they say, and he says it's an out dated web browser that can be used by malware, its an active door that's out dated you must update it even f you don't use it, regardless of the security implications you must realise that a Proxy, and other winsock kinda stuff is managed via Internet Explorers Options regardless of what browser you use, your main browser still depends on Components related to internet explorer and their lays the problem with newer versions of Windows and a simple fix relating to Power settings.

This Is Wrong
This Is Correct

If you still have problems after this then its a Real script error or malware, but this has been tested and it solved the problem on the specific machine we contacted him over. Both where set to use less power on ALL the power profiles, we just changed it, restarted machine and no more facebook script problems.

Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Microsoft Security Essentials Xp 0x800106ba FIXED

As most XP users are aware, Microsoft Security Essentials now gives the error 0x800106ba when you try to start it, also the service is stopped by something now to.

I haven't looked much into what is causing it as to more looked into a solution, although i don't recommend using XP online anymore (even if you have posReady updates) I can give a simple solution for a Manual Virus scan of the XP.

First Download the MSE update from here and then just set your windows Clock back 1 Year, then double click the Update and it'll install, MSE will go green and you can scan :)

Any other problems, go into Control Panel, Administration Tools, Services, Highlight Microsoft Security Client, hit properties set to automatic then click Start and apply.. But the  DATE is important as the version of the APPs life cycle has Expired now folks.

MSE 0x800106ba

Latest Pattern File October 2016, System Date Set Back 2015 Scan Now Possible
REMEMBER TO SET DATE BACK AFTER SCANNING (if) YOU WISH TO USE Windows Update.. Also Remember, SOME SOFTWARE Can have problems if you run a system with an invalid date. I'm sure someone will make a random patch to fix this at some stage but we are staying LEGAL here.. so NO links in the comments to illegal stuff Thank You.

for some off reason that lads tool  "Fix MSE 1.0" wont run on SP3, says MSE not installed so i had to manually restart the service after i had dumped this code into a BAT file to do the dll's registration.

regsvr32 wuaueng.dll
regsvr32 wucltui.dll
regsvr32 softpub.dll
regsvr32 wintrust.dll
regsvr32 initpki.dll
regsvr32 wups.dll
regsvr32 wuweb.dll
regsvr32 atl.dll
regsvr32 mssip32.dll