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What is a BIOS checksum error?

The BIOS program of a computer uses checksum to make sure that the ROM (Read Only Memory) code is correct). A BIOS checksum error message is generated when the values of the checksum do not match t... Read More »

What is a checksum error?

A checksum error is a message displayed by computers to indicate a malfunction. Common causes of checksum errors include a malfunction in the battery that contains the date and time information for... Read More »

How to Fix a Checksum Error?

The basic input/output system (BIOS) is a standard utility program that is used to load and start an operating system, and is stored in the read-only memory (ROM) of your computer. The BIOS initial... Read More »

How do I Fix a 1Z32.Dll Checksum Error?

The 1z32.dll checksum error is caused by a corrupt file in your computer's registry. When this error occurs, you will need to replace the file. All Windows operating systems come with an automatic ... Read More »