Fortnite – Error Code 1058/20006 (Error Loading Fortnite)
If Fortnite loads with the error code 1058/20006, it means that there’s an issue with the “EasyAntiCheat” application within the heart of Fortnite. This service has been designed to provide users with some level of protection against hackers, and intrusive bots etc. It’s essential to the game, and may end up corrupted or damaged. To fix it, you need to use the steps outlined in this tutorial.Windows 7/8/10 – “You Do Not Have Permission To Access” File/Folder/Drive Error Fix (2018/2019)
The “You Do Not Have Permission To Access” error is caused by file permissions on a particular folder within your system. The error may appear out of the blue, but is actually the result of either using a user account with inadequate authorization, or the system having the inability to correctly consider which permissions have been granted (IE some sort of error within the core OS).Fortnite Season 5 – How to Fix Crashes and a Black Screen While Playing
One of the more pertinent problems with Fortnite Season 5 (v5.0+) is the game will crash and show a “black screen” – quickly returning to Windows. The reason for this error is typically several movie files (which are damaged or corrupted), but it can also be caused by other – deeper – issues within Windows itself. This tutorial aims to resolve the problems which may besetting your system, allowing you to play the game without issue again.Fortnite – “Failed to Initialize Battleye Service: Generic Error” Fix (2018) Windows 10
The “Failed to Initialize BattlEye Service: Generic Error” error occurs as a result of the BattlEye anti-cheat service shipped with the likes of Fortnite, PUBG and other games. If you’re seeing the error when playing a particular game, it means the core library files for that application are not loaded properly.WordPress Admin Can’t Login – 6 Steps To Regain Access To WP’s Admin Dashboard (2018)
WordPress Admin area cannot login is a problem which often shows when you have deeper issues within the WordPress. Whilst you may get “locked out” of your account by incorrect passwords, security plugins etc – the underlying issue with the majority of admin area problems is an issue inside WordPress itself. The good news is that if you have access to your web hosting CPanel, you should be able to resolve it.