Crisis Aversion Tool (CAT) – A Package of Solutions to Common Windows Errors

When it comes to fixing some common windows problems or to adjust settings then going through windows control panel and searching the right section can take time and some time its difficult especially for new windows users, those who switch to windows from other OS. As every problem has a solution, there is simple solution to this crisis situation. It’s called Crisis Aversion Tool (CAT), which is a collection of solutions to some common PC problems.

Crisis Aversion Tool (CAT) is a portable application, thus it can be carried on a USB key for maintenance purposes on other pc. It has an easy to use tabbed interface, where all sections are clearly marked for their use.

On Windows a user may experience many problems, like a problem where browser crashes or runs very slowly, Task manager getting disabled after a malware attack, or broken links etc… Fixing all these problems is very simple and this can be done via a single interface of Crisis Aversion Tool (CAT). Also in case of suspected malware file is found on the PC then this can be easily uploaded to Virustotal via built-in feature. Just click on Miscellaneous and use Upload Files To VirusTotal and also in this screen you have other features like Taking Ownership of a File/Folder or ¬†go to Microsoft FixIt Solution Center etc.

Sometimes is necessary to adjust the screen resolution to make the monitor display fit correctly on the screen for video or gaming purposes. Although this is possible by going to Appearance and Personalization, on Crisis Aversion Tool (CAT) it is much easier. Inside Adjustment section resolution can be found easily and tweaked. Also the user can fix Flash Player and Manage Restore Points such as creating a new restore point or delete an existing restore point.

Complete Listing of Functions

  1. Windows Fixes
    • Fix Broken Links Inside Applications
    • Reenable Task ManagerFix Printer Install Errors
    • Repair SSL/HTTPS/Cryptographic Services
    • Fix USB Drives Not Displaying
    • Reset All Networking Interfaces
    • Fix Windows Installer
    • Reset Permissions
    • Flush DNS Resolver Cache
    • Repair Internet Explorer
    • Reset Windows Update
    • Reset Explorer Shell
  2. Adjustments (Tweaks)
    • Decrease Menu Show Delay
    • Change Screen Resolution
    • Disable Desktop Cleanup Wizard
    • Restore Point Manager
    • Fix Shutdown
    • Fix Flash Player
    • Enable Windows Installer in Safe Mode
  3. Miscellaneous
    • Take Ownership of File/Folder
    • PCI Database Lookup
    • Windows Update Error Codes
    • Upload file to VirusTotal
    • Microsoft FixIt Solution Center

Crisis Aversion Tool (CAT) is freeware and supports both x86 and x64 versions of Windows (Xp, Vista, 7). As Crisis Aversion Tool is in beta it might not work correctly on some PCs, then you can make use of the live log monitor errors during the use of this software.

Download : Crisis Aversion Tool (CAT)

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8 Responses

  1. paulcrousel says:

    nice tool to carry on usb, i dont see fix windows media player?

  2. ha14 says:

    In Windows 7, go to Control Panel>All Control Panel Items>Network and Sharing Center. Click on “Change advanced sharing settings”. in the Advanced Sharing:

    Turn ON network discovery
    Turn ON file and printer sharing
    Turn ON sharing in the Public folder sharing section
    Turn ON password protected sharing

    Registry editing for LAN manager authentication level (in Home edition this can be configured through registry)

    How to do it:
    1 . Open registry editor ( Start search – regedit)
    2 . Browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa
    3. Create a new DWORD value with the following properties: NAME: LmCompatibilityLevel
    VALUE: 1
    4. Restart your PC and try the connection again…

  3. I recently updated my computer through winodws update, a few days ago i turned on my computer and it suddenly stopped picking up my home network. When i click on the internet icon which used to be a picture of white signal strength but now it is a massive red cross!

  4. The single most solid peice of advice is don’t just click “Yes” to install or run something without reading what it says. Don’t download and run programs from people or places that you don’t know, don’t trust or cannot validate as reputable.

  5. jelson says:

    Wonderful find. Looks like this will be very handy! Thanks!!

  6. Bero says:

    Very good and useful tool. Thank you Morfor.

  7. Jean says:

    Thanks for the tip !

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