Runtime error 7 is a relatively common error which pops up at random intervals while using your computer. It may appear with an “Out Of Memory” error message, and abruptly halt whatever application you are using at the time. Runtime error 7 occurs primarily as the result of an issue within the coding of the application.
Kbd.exe is a process that was created specifically for Hewlett-Packard programs, used primarily as an interface between the driver settings and their various keyboard and input devices, especially the internet and media key features. Kbd.exe errors are not uncommon as many users fall prey to the various issues associated with this file, typically when one encounters a kbd.exe error, it will show up as a notification, possibly during system boot up.
EhTray.exe is a file that comes preinstalled with Microsoft Windows based computers. The name of this file is Microsoft Media Centre Tray Bar Process. Typically when active, it will appear in the system tray area of the operating system and give the end user quicker access to certain features. The file is saved in the Windows folder of the operating system and comes in a variety of file sizes, depending on the version of Windows you are running.
When an end user encounters runtime error 0, it’s typically an indication that you have an issue with a particular application on their computer. When runtime errors occur, they generally force whichever application they appear on to crash. This particular error however, is most commonly associated with MalwareBytes (an internet security tool).
Error 678 is an issue that occurs on your computer system due to a broad range of things, all of which tie into the computer being unable to properly read the options and settings data of which it requires to run properly. If you experience error 678 and error 769 on your computer system, then it means you are most likely unable to properly connect to the internet due to a settings and options issue.
Trying to update Windows 7/8/8.1 or 10 can sometimes prove to be rather difficult. Windows Update seems to be a haven for errors, as there are so many different types associated with it. These errors may appear to be random, but I assure you, they all have their own error codes which after careful analysis will identify the root cause.
When Windows 7/8/8.1/10 first arrived on the scene, they were all wrought with issues. Nothing surprising there; as is typically the case Microsoft released a number of patches and security updates, many of which successfully addressed these issues. However, not all of these errors were successfully ironed out, namely error 0xc000021a.
Error 0x0000001 is a critical STOP error that sometimes appears in the form of a blue screen of death (BSOD) error message, preventing you from using your system when it does. This error usually occurs while the computer is booting up and refers to a system issue brought about by a mismatch of asynchronous procedure calls (APC) and thread indexes, which refers to a comparison between processes within the critical area of the system.