Certificate Import Exception

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While importing a .pfx or .p12 certificate you can come across an exception saying:

An internal error occurred. This can be either the user profile is not accessible or the private key that you are importing might require a cryptographic service provider that is not installed on your system.

The reason for this exception is that You have insufficient permissions to access the DriveLetter:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication DataMicrosoftCryptoRSAMachineKeys folder on the computer.

By giving correct permissions to your user on above folder you can get rid of this exception.

Cheers

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Out of Memory/Memory Leakage on my Dell laptop with windows 7

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Recently i got ma new laptop, Dell with intel i5 with 4GB RAM along with windows 7, 32 bit. I was facing an out of memory message after 3-4 hours of usage. It was running me mad. After doing some web searching and inspecting my system’s memory I figured that bcmwltry.exe which is associated with the Dell Wireless WLAN Card Network Controller, was creating trouble for me.

To demonstrate the leak, open the Windows task manager.
Click the processes tab
Click the “Show processes from all users” button.
Under the view menu, click Select Columns, and select all the Memory options as well as Page Faults.
Click OK to see the new columns and then click Page Faults to sort the processes by page faults.

And here we go.

So I stopped DW WLAN Tray Service and killed the process and haven’t experienced this issue and my wireless communication isn’t having any problem.