Active Desktop Recovery registry

Active Desktop Recovery registry

 

Active desktop recovery registry issues are surprisingly very common.  One of the main causes of the active desktop recovery error is due to Microsoft Windows registry problems.  The registry problems are caused by improper shutdowns, unexplained reboots, software installation, spyware, or malware.

Improper shutdowns could be caused by power outages, someone accidentally or intentionally pulling the computer power cable.  Unexplained reboots could be computer power issues, someone doing a hard-shutdown (holding the power button until the computer shuts off) bypassing the cold-shutdown (start->shutdown).

Software installations don’t always go perfect.  A bad software installation could corrupt various things in a computer including the registry.  If the last thing you did prior to an active desktop recovery error was a software installation, that could very well be the culprit.

Spyware is software used to gather information from your computer for legal and illegal purposes (most of the time it’s illegal).  Spyware can cause active desktop recovery errors because it infiltrates the Microsoft Windows registry and causes corruption.

Malware is software malicious in nature intended to cause harm to you or your computer.  Malware can cause active desktop recovery errors because it intentionally tries to ruin the registry.

One Response to “Active Desktop Recovery registry”

  1. woot, thankyou! I finally came to a site where the webmaster knows what they’re talking about. Do you know how many results are in Google when I search.. too many! It’s so annoying having to go from page after page after page, wasting my day away with thousands of people just copying eachother’s articles… bah. Anyway, thankyou very much for the info anyway, much appreciated.

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