Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Fix Runtime Error 75


Runtime error 75 occurs when an application is unable to read/access required file. This error also occurs when software does not have necessary privileges to access information. Most likely runtime error 75 appears on a network where files are shared. This article contains helpful information to fix runtime error 75 on Microsoft Windows platform.

Logon using Administrator Privileges:

Administrative privileges are essential to fix runtime error 75 on your system. Follow the instructions given below to LOG ON as Administrator.
  • 1.      Close all active programs.
  • 2.      Click on Start | Log OFF
  • 3.      Login using Administrator Account.

Grant Full Control to a File:

First of all you need to identify which file is throwing runtime error 75 on your system. Error message itself would show you the path of file. Once you identify the file and its path, follow the steps given below to grant it full control in order to fix runtime error 75.

  • 1.      Right Click on the file and select Properties.
  • 2.      Ensure file is not set to “Read Only”
  • 3.      Grant here full control | Click on Security Tab to check your user.
  • 4.      If you are a user not an administrator, close this Window.
  • 5.      Click on Start | Log OFF | Log ON using Administrative privileges

 Uninstall Conflicting Program:

Runtime error 75 can appear due to compatibility issues with recently installed program. Uninstall the program and it would automatically fix runtime error 75 on your system. Follow the instructions given below to properly uninstall the program.

  • 1.      Click on Start | Control Panel
  • 2.      Double click on Add or Remove program
  • 3.      Select the program you recently installed | Uninstall
  • 4.      Restart your system.

Manage Start Up Items and Background Running Services:

To fix runtime error 75, you need to manage background running services and startup items. Use Microsoft configuration utility to perform this job for you. Below is given procedure to run Microsoft Configuration Utility.

  • 1.      Click on Start | Run
  • 2.      Type “MSCONFIG” without quotes | Press Enter.
  • 3.      Click on Startup items | Uncheck unwanted program
  • 4.      Click on Services | Disable unwanted services

Uninstall unwanted toolbars:

Some malfunctioning add-ons and toolbars can cause runtime error 75 on your system. Try managing those add-ons depending on the web browser you are using and remove unwanted toolbars through control panel. Remove unwanted toolbars to fix runtime error 75 through steps given below.

  • 1.      Click on Start | Control Panel
  • 2.      Double click on Add or Remove Programs | Select the toolbar
  • 3.      Uninstall

Repair Windows Registry:

Runtime error 75 can appear due to problem with registry database of operating system. Use some reliable registry repair tool such as RegInOut System Utilities to fix registry issues automatically.

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