Ever had problem googling localized version of an error message? Then this site is for you!

About FindErr.NET

FindErr.NET solves the problem of almost nonexistent resources on the web for most software problems when they are sought for in their localized form - this is due to the fact that most problems are described in english.

FindErr.NET helps software developers to diagnose problems sent by their international clients with less effort. After quickly finding the meaning of an error message, developers are able to quickly debug the problem or ask for help on internet forums.

FindErr.NET assists IT professionals (such as IT Support personell, system administrators or computer power users) to find information on a problem they encounter on a localized version of Windows (or a Windows installation with a language pack installed). After finding english equivalent of an error message, it is much easier to locate a solution on support forums, Microsoft Knowledge Base or to find it using a web search engine.

We also gather additional content for each error message - there is a community driven wiki related to each message, so any time you encounter a message that needs some clarification or you would like to share a link related to the error message with the rest of the world, feel free to use the Community Content section displayed below each translation.

We have an extensive list of .NET Framework, MS SQL Server and Windows error messages in over 30 languages, all bound to their respective english translation.

How to use this site?

You can search for localized error messages or browse the catalog

FindErr.NET is a community driven site. If you have a resource you would like to share, feel free to contact us.

I always spent long time trying to translate error messages logged by application deployed at my Hebrew client and the translations did not match anyway. After long frustration, I finally found this site. So far, it has saved me hunderds of hours of laborous searching for translations of those Hebrew error messages.
I simply love it!

Otto Gumm (Happy customer)
Happy customer who does not have to spend time searching for english translations of localized error messages anymore