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Windows password adminstrator system error codes

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Below is a list of some windows system error codes and what it means. The System Error Codes are very broad. Each one can occur in one of many hundreds of locations in the system

Error Handling for windows operating system

Well-written windows applications do include error-handling code that allows them to recover gracefully from sudden and unexpected errors. When an error occurs on your computer or server, the application may need to request intervention by the user, or it sometimes is able to recover on its own.

In extreme cases, the application may log the user off or shut down the system and you might need to use alternate methods like using a system repair disk.

Irrespective of the error code  for you system if you have “lost the password” to your computer  then the quickest way perhaps to get back “access to your administrator account” is via resetting your password . check the video below

Knowing what a system error code means is necessary to troubleshoot the error. Below are brief introductions of the error codes. Below is a list of system error codes and their meanings

Error codes for password and administrator related events debugging

86 (0x56)
The specified network password is not correct.

107 (0x6B)
The program stopped because an alternate diskette was not inserted.

1 (0x1)
Incorrect function.

617 (0x269)
You have attempted to change your password to one that you have used in the past. The policy of your user account does not allow this. Please select a password that you have not previously used.

705 (0x2C1)
{Redundant Write} To satisfy a write request, the NT fault-tolerant file system successfully wrote a redundant copy of the information. This was done because the file system encountered a failure on a member of the fault-tolerant volume, but was not able to reassign the failing area of the device.

715 (0x2CB)
{Page Unlocked} The page protection of a locked page was changed to ‘No Access’ and the page was unlocked from memory and from the process.

System Error Codes (1000-1299)

1017 (0x3F9)
The system has attempted to load or restore a file into the registry, but the specified file is not in a registry file format.

1216 (0x4C0)
The format of the specified password is invalid.

1260 (0x4EC)
This program is blocked by group policy. For more information, contact your system administrator.

1286 (0x506)
%1 is a 16-bit application. You do not have permissions to execute 16-bit applications. Check your permissions with your system administrator.

1322 (0x52A)
This operation is disallowed as it could result in an administration account being disabled, deleted or unable to log on.

1640 (0x668)
Only administrators have permission to add, remove, or configure server software during a Terminal services remote session. If you want to install or configure software on the server, contact your network administrator.

1304 (0x518)
The password is too complex to be converted to a LAN Manager password. The LAN Manager password returned is a NULL string.

1325 (0x52D)
Unable to update the password. The value provided for the new password does not meet the length, complexity, or history requirements of the domain.

13820 (0x35FC)
IKE negotiation failed because the machine certificate used does not have a private key. IPsec certificates require a private key. Contact your Network Security administrator about replacing with a certificate that has a private key.

51 (0x33)
Windows cannot find the network path. Verify that the network path is correct and the destination computer is not busy or turned off. If Windows still cannot find the network path, contact your network administrator.

487 (0x1E7)
Attempt to access invalid address.

573 (0x23D)
{Missing System File} The required system file %hs is bad or missing.

14 (0xE)
Not enough storage is available to complete this operation.

29 (0x1D)
The system cannot write to the specified device.

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