The ntdll.dll file is an integral component of your operating system; it’s described as being an NT Layer DLL, which means it has NT kernel functions, functions which are required for optimal system performance. This file can typically be found in your System32 folder and also in the i386 folder of your Windows Installation CD. The primary reason why you would receive an ntdll.dll error is because of file damage and/or corruption within your operating system.
Despite being the most readily used internet browser, it’s still known to freeze from time to time, and for a variety of reasons at that. The most common complaints arise after a user has updated their version of Firefox. Issues begin to crop their ugly head, with the browser freezing and/or crashing while visiting certain websites and in some cases crashing at startup.
A rather common problem that many people tend to have is when their mouse suddenly freezes or stops moving. The typical scenario goes something like this, your surfing the web, chatting to a friend or playing a computer game when the mouse pointer suddenly freezes. Your immediate reaction is to move the mouse around frantically in hopes of the mouse pointer springing back to life, but when that fails, you resort to switching your system off from the power button.
There are currently hundreds of millions of people that log onto the internet each day. These individuals may access the internet purely for research purpose, or possibly for paying their bills, the reasons why people get online are almost limitless. However, despite this reality, most of these users are completely oblivious to the potential risks once online.
You’re currently in the middle of a very important project that must be completed within a given deadline. You drive ever so closely to completing the Access database or spreadsheet, minutes pass and the project is finally finished, all that’s left for you to do is email it out to your business partner(s) or employer(s). You click on the save icon in hopes of saving your work, when your greeted with the dreaded “runtime error 13”.
An ISO file or ISO image, depending on which term you prefer to use is an archive file typically made from an optical disc, although it can be made from files and folders on your hard drive. ISO files in most cases have the .ISO file extension, which was taken from the old ISO 9660 file system that was used for the original CD-ROM media. Despite being named after that old file system, these files use a variety of file systems to package data.
So, you would like to know how to copy your hard drive? Well, there are several methods that you can use to accomplish this task, all of which entails you copying every last segment of your hard drive, which you can then transfer to another hard drive. Copying the contents of your hard drive is an activity that must be carried out at least once, by every computer user out there.