System errors are warnings that tell you that something is not right in the hardware or software of your computer. These error codes usually come with an explanation that will help you solve the problem. Not all error codes are created equal. Certain error codes can be difficult to understand and not helpful. For instance, an error code that reads “file name too long” may mean that your file’s name or extension is too big for the filesystem to accommodate. In this situation cutting down on the length of your filename or freeing up space on your hard disk could solve the issue.
Other error codes could indicate that the system was unable access a device with a hard disk or utilize a file that was not available. These errors are usually the cause of your system’s to halt. You will see a screen of blue with a message about the system error.
Certain older systems require information to adhere to strict formats and systems will throw an error at even the tiniest inconsistency. Modern systems, on the contrary, are more flexible and accepting of data that does not adhere to the format required.