FAQware Creates Fatal Windows Issues Resource
Solutions to All Fatal Windows Errors at FaultWire
Mountain View, CA (August 5, 2008) - FAQware made available today an extensive resource of Fatal Windows Errors. These Errors are commonly called the Blue Screen of Death (BSoD), Stop errors, or sometimes Bug Checks. FAQware's freely accessible community web site www.FaultWire.com, makes it easy to locate, understand and solve these complex issues when Windows mysteriously crashes.
"When this class of fatal Windows errors occur, often the available information is misleading or flat out wrong!" said Mr. van Gilluwe, President of FAQware. "While there have been several unsuccessful attempts in the past to document these problems, FAQware has complied a far more extensive list and gone the extra mile to explain, in easy-to-follow steps, the best way to approach each issue" Mr. van Gilluwe stated.
The FaultWire site organizes these errors both by Stop code number as well as by the error description for quick access. The top issues are also summarized for one-click access. The FaultWire site then provides a detailed non-technical description for the error, visual example of the error, key facts, such as the Windows versions the error applies to, and a rating of how often users typically encounter the error.
What users will find beyond any simple listing is a comprehensive attack plan, specific to each error. Usually, these types of fatal errors do not point to a single cause, but can occur from a variety of software and hardware issues. The FaultWire team has created a set of logical solutions for each issue and built a unique Solution analyzer. Complied by the FAQware team, the solution analyzer rates the likelihood a solution will solve the specific problem, how safe is it try the solution, and how much effort the solution will take. This makes it far easier to work on the most common and easiest solutions first.
"In the past, these types of errors have been painful to solve, even for experienced IT personnel. I know many users simply give up, because they don't even know where to start!" explained Mr. van Gilluwe. "This resource is long overdue, but seeing how took us huge amount of effort to put this together, I can understand why no one has done it before." said Mr. van Gilluwe.
As with other solutions in the FaultWire site, users can directly contribute by rating the solution with a single click. Users can also add comments and additional solutions via the FaultWire connected Forum. The FaultWire site also performs a search and displays any relevant web pages, should a user wish to do additional research. For software developers, the site includes technical details and the direct Microsoft MSDN reference, when available, for more information.
The Fatal Errors resource was carefully assembled and analyzed by the FaultWire team of IT and engineering specialists. This team has an extensive amount of real-world experience in corporate and academic environments, in fixing complex issues and explaining issues in terms even a novice understands.
The FAQware® team has been creating and managing content rich web sites since 1998. The FAQware team works hard to deliver easy to find answers to Frequently Asked Questions in targeted areas, along with helpful details, explanations, reviews, links and much more. Additional information on FAQware is available at www.FAQware.com.