How To Fix The "STOP: 0x00000051" Error On Windows XP, Vista and 7

The 0 × 00000051 error is a common problem for millions of Windows computers, and is basically what occurs when your PC can not correctly process the hive data it requires to run. The "hive" data is information that your core Windows system requires to process all the settings, options and files it requires to run, and is there before what your PC is using to help it load up the important information & options that it needs whenever you use it. If you have the 0 × 00000051 error appearing on your screen, it suggests that you have some sort of problem inside the central registry of your PC, or with Windows itself.

The error you'll be seeing will typically show in this format:

  • STOP 0 × 00000051 (0 × 0000000c, 0xc0000005, 0x ????????, 0x ????????)

This error is basically caused by the way in which Windows will be able to correctly read all the files & settings it requires to run properly. As you use your Windows system, 100's of settings, files and options are continuously being loaded to help your computer run as smoothly as possible. Unfortunately, it's the case on your system that some of the "hive" data will be unreadable – leading your PC to just restart & show this error. The way to fix this problem is to first ensure that all your software is working correctly (most software can cause errors with their settings), and then use a registry cleaner tool to fix any possible Windows settings problems on your system.

The first step to fix the 0 × 00000051 error is to update Windows to make sure that you get a series of updates designed specifically to fix the problem. Microsoft is continuously updating Windows to help your computer run as smoothly as possible, and it happens that some specific updates (815265) have been released to repair this problem. You can update your PC by clicking on "Start> All Programs> Windows Update" to resolve the issues that your system may have.

The second step to fix this problem is to then re-install any programs causing the error to appear. Reinstalling programs will refresh all their files, settings and options, allowing your PC to run much smoother and more effectively as a result. You can re-install the programs on your system by clicking on "Start> Control Panel> Add / Remove Programs" and then removing the software you've found causing problems.

It's also recommended that you use a "registry cleaner" program to scan through your PC and get rid of any of the infected parts of the registry that may also be causing the error. Registry errors are continuously causing errors like the "0 × 00000051" error because of the way Windows wants to read the files it needs to run from this database. The registry database is where everything from your desktop wallpaper to most recent emails are kept – allowing your PC to keep your PC running as smoothly as possible. To make sure that your system is able to read the settings it requires properly, you need to be able to use a registry cleaner program to scan through your system and get rid of any of the damaged registry errors that your system may have.