The Windows Registry is an enormous batch of files containing information about almost everything that occurs on the computer, from a visit to a Web site to a program installation. The registry also contains information about drivers and other essential programs, like DLLs — small helper programs that often work with more than one application. This information is stored in the form of “keys” that help programs run. It’s like a big blueprint for where everything goes on your computer and how it all fits together. Only computers running Windows operating systems have registries, and despite rumors to the contrary, Windows 7 will have a registry.
A registry may have hundreds of thousands of entries, and new entries are created all the time. As it fills with information, the registry may cause a computer’s performance to suffer. One problem is that Windows almost never removes registry entries, even if a program is uninstalled, as most uninstallers aren’t able to effectively remove their own registry keys. And as files are moved around and programs are uninstalled, some registry keys point to programs or files that no longer exist or are located elsewhere.
Fortunately, these errors don’t have to be tolerated. The registry can be cleaned up, though not completely. And for your troubles, you may get better performance and decreased boot time. Some satisfied users report fewer instances of lag or Windows hanging (when the computer isn’t responding). The exact performance boost varies depending on the state of the registry and the effectiveness of the cleaner program employed. You may also free up disk space, although most registry entries are very small.
Registry cleaning is not without risks. This is a very sensitive area of your computer, and if you’re happy with how your computer is running, don’t go digging around. Trying to manually edit your registry can create errors in the registry that make it impossible to load Windows. Some registry-cleaning programs have been known to delete important registry keys or essential DLL files. And the performance improvements may be negligible, while running the program and approving each recommended deletion could take hours. In addition, reliable data on how registry cleaners affect performance are almost impossible to find. Most “performance tests” are actually produced by the developers of registry-cleaning tools.
Despite these concerns, it is possible to clean out some of the registry’s gunk, and your computer may be better off for it. On the next page, we’ll take a look at how to go about this delicate job.
Notice: Microsoft Error ZLM.DLL happens when your System Registry is corrupt, system files get damaged from various causes. This is a common problem with computers that don’t get maintained regularly. Eventually the system becomes overloaded with problems and begins to crash displaying System Errors.
Debugging and error handling.
Support for profiling the performance of your apps.
Support for troubleshooting and error reporting.
System monitoring and event notification.
Network monitoring and diagnostics.
Assessment of system state.
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System Error Codes (0-499)
System Error Codes (500-999)
System Error Codes (1000-1299)
System Error Codes (1300-1699)
System Error Codes (1700-3999)
System Error Codes (4000-5999)
System Error Codes (6000-8199)
System Error Codes (8200-8999)
System Error Codes (9000-11999)
System Error Codes (12000-15999)
You need to note both the programmatic and the run-time context in which these errors occur.