Error code 65 is a runtime error that occurs when an attempt is made to access a field or method that does not exist in the current class. This error can occur when the class is compiled with a different version of the Java compiler than the one used to compile the referencing class. It can also occur if the class is not on the classpath.
1. Check the power supply to the computer and make sure it is plugged in and turned on
- Look at the power supply to the computer to see if it is plugged in and turned on.
- If the power supply is not plugged in or not turned on, then the problem may be with the power cord or the power supply.
- If the power supply is plugged in and turned on, then the problem may be with the computer's motherboard or other components.
2. Check all of the cables and connections to make sure they are tight and secure
To check all of the cables and connections to make sure they are tight and secure in order to fix error code 65:
- Verify that all of the cables are plugged in firmly and correctly.
- Check that all of the cables are not twisted or kinked.
- Check that all of the connectors are firmly seated in their ports.
- Check that the power cords are not frayed or damaged.
- Check that all of the cables are properly grounded.
3. Try restarting the computer
- Verify that the computer is turned on and plugged in.
- Click on the "Start" button on the desktop.
- In the search box, type "cmd" and press "Enter".
- In the command prompt, type "reboot" and press "Enter".
- If the computer restarted successfully, the error code should be resolved.
4. Try resetting the BIOS
- Remove any removable devices from the computer.
- Turn the computer off and then back on.
- If the computer starts up normally, press the Delete key to enter the BIOS setup menu.
- If the computer starts up normally, select the Boot menu item.
- If the computer starts up normally, select the F8 key to enter the BIOS setup menu.
- If the computer starts up normally, select the Advanced menu item.
- If the computer starts up normally, select the Reset button.
- If the computer starts up normally, select the Save & Exit button.
- Verify that the BIOS has been reset.
- Reconfigure the computer if necessary.
5. Try running a virus scan
The steps to try running a virus scan vary depending on the antivirus software you are using. Some basic steps include opening the software, clicking on the "scan" tab, and entering your computer's IP address.
6. Try running a malware scan
- Download and install the appropriate anti-virus software.
- Open the anti-virus software and click on the "Scan Now" button.
- The anti-virus software will start to scan your computer for malware.
- If the anti-virus software finds any malware on your computer, it will display a warning message.
- Click on the "Fix Now" button to fix the malware.
- The anti-virus software will then remove the malware from your computer.
If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:
- Try running a system file check.
- Try running a disk cleanup.
- Try running a disk defragmentation.
- Try reinstalling the operating system.