Error Messages – Phoenix

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An error message is information displayed when an unexpected condition occurs. On modern operating systems with graphical user interfaces, error messages are often displayed using dialog boxes. Error messages are used when user intervention is required, to indicate that a desired operation has failed, or to relay important warnings (such as warning a computer user that they are almost out of hard disk space).

If you are receiving an error message and would like some information on having it resolved, feel free to contact Phoenix Computer Pro we will help you get it fixed.

Common Error Messages

The following error messages are commonly seen by modern computer users:

  • Access denied
    This error occurs if the user has insufficient privileges to a file, or if it has been locked by some program or user.
  • Page is not available
    This usually indicates a problem with your connection to the internet or the website page you’re trying to access is no longer online.
  • The device is not ready
    This error most often occurs when there is no floppy disk (or a bad disk) in the disk drive and the system tries to perform tasks involving this disk.
  • File not found
    The file concerned may have been damaged, moved, deleted, or a bug may have caused the error. Alternatively, the file simply might not exist, or the user has mistyped its name.
  • Low Disk Space
    This error occurs when the hard drive is (nearly) full. To fix this, the user should close some programs (to free swap file usage) and delete some files (normally temporary files, or other files after they have been backed up), or get a bigger hard drive.
  • Out of memory
    This error occurs when the system has run out of memory or tries to load a file too large to store in RAM. The fix is to close some programs, or install more memory.