System errors are messages that error 509 meaning inform you that something is not right with the hardware or software of your computer. Most of the time they come with a brief description which can help you solve the problem. However, not all error codes are created equal. Some error codes are difficult to understand and may not be very useful. For instance an error message that reads “file name too long” is likely to mean that the name of your file or its extension is too big for the filesystem to accommodate. In this situation it is possible to reduce the length of the filename or opening up space on your hard drive could solve the issue.
Other error codes may indicate that the system was unable to access a hard disk device or use a file that did not exist. These types of errors can cause your system to halt, and you will see an eerie blue screen and a system error message when this happens.
Certain older systems require information to adhere to strict formats, and the system will throw an error at even the smallest deviation. Newer systems, on the other hand, are more flexible and tolerant of data that does not adhere to the format required.