Facebook Orca error files are .exe files. EXE files contain a certain set of protocols or instruction that a computer follows in a certain hierarchy to perform a function. These are the programs written by a software developer to execute some general functions which are accessed by the user by double-clicking on the .exe file.
What leads to .exe errors?
.EXE files are generally used. Due to such abundant use of such files, these .exe files are used to carry viruses and other malware functions. When such .exe carrying malware functions are downloaded and executed, it causes the error in the computer. These viruses affect and corrupt the existing .exe files causing an error on a large scale. Most of these errors go undetected by the antivirus programs.
What is Orca Files?
Orca is a .exe file which is a database table editor used for creating and editing Windows Installer packages and to merge modules. It is a tool that is used for providing the validation and highlights of the specific entries where errors like warning errors and validation errors occur. It uses case-sensitive commands for the merging of modules.
Orca.exe file is installed by Orca MSI file. When these Orca MSI files are downloaded and double-clicked by the user, the orca.exe file is installed.
When Orca MSI files are downloaded, they may carry some malware functions. Such function cause error in the computer. Some of the common orca errors are described below:
- “Orca.exe Application Error.”
- “Orca.exe is not a valid Win32 application.”
- “Orca.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.”
- “Cannot find Orca.exe.”
- “Orca.exe not found.”
- “Error starting program: Orca.exe.”
- “Orca.exe is not running.”
- “Orca.exe failed.”
- “Faulting Application Path: Orca.exe.”
What is Facebook orca error?
When we download Facebook messenger in an android, two folders Facebook orca and katana is downloaded automatically. The Facebook orca stores all the files of facebook messenger including audios, videos, pictures, cache etc.
But now you might be getting an error like “Oops! Facebook has stopped”. This error is called Facebook Orca Error.
How to solve Facebook Orca error?
First of all, the Facebook orca is not malware. So if you are thinking to delete the Facebook Orca, don’t do it.
Facebook Orca Error is mostly caused when the messenger application is not installed properly. An easy solution to this problem is:
- Uninstall the application
- Delete the data related to the application is backed up
- Restart your phone
- Reinstall the application
If you are very new to the application, let me give the detailed steps
- Every android phone has a setting option. Go to the settings option
- Find and click on the Applications
- Now find and click all Apps option
- Then, find the Facebook app and clear all the data. Yes! Make sure every related data is deleted.
This will reset your Facebook application, delete the error causing data and your phone will work better. Now you can now check for the error by using messenger application. If the Pname com Facebook Orca error still occurs, uninstall the messenger application and restart your phone. Now again install the messenger application from Google Play store.
Reinstalling the application will download the missing data that probably caused the errors or the application will be installed properly if it wasn’t the first time.
Even after doing so, the error doesn’t stop occurring, first check if any file is corrupted by any malware function. If nothing is helping you must go to the service center and there can be some serious problem with the mobile of yours. Better get it to check before more problem is caused.