In this article, we will discuss the following two topics:
- How to resolve Nero runtime error in Windows Vista.
- How to prevent common runtime errors from occurring.
Fix error Nero 8
When you run Nero 8 on Microsoft Windows Vista, you may receive an error message similar to the one displayed below:
This application has requested to terminate it in an unusual way.
Please contact the applicationâ€™s support team for more information.
To fix error Nero 8, perform the following tasks:
- Uninstall Nero 8 completely.
- Disable User Access Control (UAC)
- Disable protective software on the system
- Reinstall Nero 8
Task 1 – Uninstall Nero 8
Use the Add or Remove Programs utility to uninstall Nero 8 from your computer. Next, open My Computer and browse to C:\Program Files\nero and remove all the files. Also, delete any Nero icons on your desktop.
Alternatively, to ensure complete uninstallation of Nero 8, you may use a reliable third-party tool, such as Perfect Uninstaller. You may also contact Nero to check if they provide an uninstaller tool for their products and if they do, you may use it to uninstall Nero 8.
Task 2 – Disable User Account Control on Windows Vista
To achieve this, perform the following steps:
- Open Control Panel and type User Accounts in the search box.
- Click User Accounts in the Programs list.
- In the User Accounts window, click the Turn User Account Control on or off link.
- Next, clear the checkbox before Use User Account Control to help protect your computer.
- Click OK.
Task 3 – Disable your Protective software
Next, temporarily disable your protective software (antivirus, antispyware, firewall etc) and reinstall Nero 8.
After the installation process is complete, enable your protective software, and if you want, enable the User Account Control, too.
Moving on to the next section, shared below are tips that help you minimize the occurrence of runtime errors:
Tip 1 – Install advanced Protective software
One of the most common causes of runtime errors is malware infection. Malware programs, such as virus, worm, and rootkit corrupt your files and cause runtime errors when you try to run an application.
To avoid runtime errors that occur due to malware infection, install advanced protective software, such as STOPzilla Antivirus and Spyware Cease on your computer. Further, schedule regular malware scans and keep your security software up-to-date with the latest malware definitions and security updates to ensure that your PC remains protected from the latest malware.
Tip # 2 – Install a reliable registry cleaning tool
The other major cause of recurring runtime errors is a corrupt or damaged registry. To prevent runtime errors from occurring due to registry problems, keep your registry clean and compact. You can easily achieve this with help of a reliable registry cleaning tool, such as RegServe.
Schedule regular registry scans using registry cleaning software to ensure that your registry always stays clean and healthy.
Tip # 3 – Install the latest Windows updates
You may also receive runtime errors if your Windows files are outdated. To prevent this, regularly download and install new Windows updates. Enable the built-in Automatic Update feature present in Windows Vista to automatically install new updates, when they are released. Also, ensure that you use the latest software and device drivers. To keep your drivers automatically updated, you may use a reliable driver scanner tool, such as Driver Finder to perform the task.