Unfortunately, computers don’t always work perfectly, and I’m sure that you’ve seen your fair share of error messages before. There are occasions when they actually make sense, but it seems like the messages are cryptic most of the time, and while they indicate that something is wrong, they don’t always tell you what you need to do to resolve the issue. This understandably leads to frustration, and if you want to try and combat this frustration, then check out what bug.gd has to offer.

This resource provides a way for you to get some help with the errors that you’re experiencing. All you have to do is paste in an error message to see if anyone else has experienced a similar problem, and if they have, then you could find a solution. One of the nice things about bug.gd is that they e-mail you 48 hours after you send in an error message to see if you’ve been able to fix the problem, and if you have, then they ask that you share your tips with others so that everyone can benefit from your experience. Most of the solutions seem to be links to articles in Microsoft’s Knowledge Base, but hopefully the database will grow beyond that resource.

[tags]Bug.gd, Bugs, Errors, Error Message, Microsoft Knowledge Base[/tags]