Certificate for local system with Thumbprint be f9 b4 cd 1xxxxxxxx f4 df 51 is about to expire or already expired.
I did the search and find the way to solve this problem.
Before to do the following, I would like to make an announcement. It is just a warning. It will not affect your Windows System.
Right Click Start > Run > type mmc > press ENTER
On the File Menu > Click Add/Remove Snap-in > Click Certificates > Click Add
Click Computer Account > click Next
Click Finish > Click OK
In the console tree, Expand Certificates > Personal > Certificates
You should see the XBL Client IPsec Issuing CA
Right Click on it > All tasks > Export
Follow the Export Wizard > Export it as a x509 (.cer) > Give it a name (example: xbl-client-ipsec.cer)
Right Click on it > Delete > Confirm Delete
Close the mmc > Say NO when asked if you want to save Console
Now, the certificate is removed. This warning should not appear in the Event Viewer.
It is an error when I tried to play my Age of Empires III game in Windows 10. I have the game which is installed on Steam platform. It is an old game, which is released 11 years ago, or 2005. I played it on Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows 7. Now I installed it on Windows 10. It gave me an error and closed.
I checked and fixed the error with two steps.
Step 1. The error of compatible mode.
I located the executive files and change the properties. age3y.exe
It is located on Steam library. Mine is D:\steam-games. So the files are in d:\steam-games\steamapps\common\age of empires 3\bin\
Right click on the file and choose properties, click Compatibility tab, make sure choose Windows XP (Service Pack 3) Compatibility mode and choose Run this program as an administrator.
If you search by error code: PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function where() on a non-object in /home/username/sitename/joomla/components/com_users/models/registration.php on line 521 and landed here, you are very closed to the solutions.
When a new user tried to register, he may received the 500 error. The real error information is behide it. So go to check the error.log file.
Then you will see the error infomation:
PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function where() on a non-object in /home/username/sitename/joomla/components/com_users/models/registration.php on line 521
I can not publish new post in this blog. So many 500 error when I click publish, some times when I click signin.
The 500 internal error is because my blog, MovableType ate a lot of memory when it running. The Dreamhost is monitoring the resource user is using. It will kill the thread when it over the limit. Actually they don’t tell you the limit of it. They just tell you, it is time to upgrade to their VPS.
I connected the server through ssh. Run top command to see which one is more popular.
Yes, I found it. More than one mt-comments.cgi stay on the list.
To temporary solve the problem, I rename the mt-comments.cgi to other name. Then sign in the backend of MoableType.
Click Settings, Feedback, Uncheck the check box after Accept Comments.
Then, republish the whole site.