Error Syntax Error Unexpected Has a Resolution
The win32 services contain a process
“Svchost.exe” in the operating system. It helps dynamic
link library (Dll) to run the system. Whenever a system
turns up, svchost.exe starts working with it. When the
same file is not properly running, it gives parse
error syntax error unexpected. Due to this
system may get locked and the program may shut down.
For the resolution of parse error syntax error
unexpected, we need to open up the “Run” command
from the “Start” menu. There we need to type "services.msc"
(without quotes) and click the "OK" button.
After this we need to click on "Automatic Updates".
Then, we need to choose the "Log On" tab.
There we need to find the "Local System Account"
box and put a check on it. Then, we need to uncheck
the “Allow Service to Interact with Desktop" option.
After this we need to select “Enable” for the service
box under "Hardware Profiles". Then the "General"
tab again and need to choose the "Automatic"
to activate the “Startup Type" option. Again we
need to click the "Start" option for "Service
Status". Here we need to select the "Background
Intelligent Transfer Services" option. For this
option, we need to click the settings and need to choose
the previous steps. So this could be a good option for
parse error syntax error unexpected.
Moreover, if we have database, than we can connect the
database with the .php program. Parse error
syntax error unexpected may come up in the
mean while. We can repeat steps in a simple way. All
we need to do is to secure the connection. That would
help to decrease the parse error syntax error
unexpected coming up in the system. In this
way we can take care of this critical issue.