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Fix PC Errors : Dll Error

Get Your .dll Error Fixed Without a Hassle

In many cases, your home computer probably looks like a fairly simple device. After all, it's really just a box, some lights, a few plugs, a monitor, and a couple of attached devices that you may or may not use on a regular basis. Removing that beautiful, tranquil picture, though, certainly presents a very different picture. You have thousands of files, commands, and data that run together to create these amazing machines, and sooner or later, something is bound to go wrong, usually producing an error message of some type. One of the most typical error messages many users tend to get is a .dll error, and unfortunately, many technicians spend hours repairing dll error messages on a daily basis. In some cases, the difficult proposition of a system reformat is the only way to proceed. Before you decide to wipe your entire system, though, you may want to take a careful look at exactly what a .dll problem entails.

Defining .dll Errors and Problems

A .dll file is part of the dynamic link library. While that name may sound fairly complex, it's really a fairly easy one to understand. Your computer needs thousands of files to help it run correctly. Each time you install something new, whether it be software or hardware, those .dll files help the new components talk to the rest of your computer. Each function on your computer requires the help of a .dll file, and because lots of programs can make use of that same file, it makes savings in memory space.

When you experience an error with one of these files, there could be one of a number of different things going wrong. For example, in some cases, you could be physically missing one of those .dll files. A program uninstaller could have uninstalled a dll required by other programs. A program installation may have overwritten an existing dll file. A corruption during an install or uninstall deleted or corrupted a dll. A hardware problem may have corrupted or deleted the file. Alternately, a user could have taken it out or moved it either by accident or on purpose. Some viruses and malware can cause .dll problems, corruptions or deletions, and in some cases the dll file itself could be part of a malware infection. In the latter case you don't want to replace the file even though an error message is showing up for it.

Finding a .dll Fix

If you do run up against one of these kinds of problems on your machine, it should be fairly simple to fix. The key here, though, is to have a methodological approach. When you initially receive an error message indicating that there is a problem, you'll want to write it down. You'll be given both the name of the missing files as well as the file path of the error itself. If you write all of this down, you'll not only be able to find the file you're missing, but also the file path where it belongs.

Initially, you can begin a simple .dll fix if you run an internal search on your computer for the file name. Keep in mind that you, or another user, could have simply moved it to the wrong spot. If that's the case, and it does appear in the internal search function, you just copy it to the right location, and you shouldn't experience the problem in the future.

If the file doesn't appear on your machine, you may want to get online. There are many safe places to download missing .dll files. One place is When you find the missing file, download it and place it on your desktop. You can then move it to the right file path location to eliminate the problem.  Please note that if you should have to download it, you'll want to run both your antivirus scanner and your antispyware application to make certain you have something that is safe to open. If it comes up clean, place it in the appropriate directory, and your problems should be solved.

If the same error continues to appear, you may want to do a more thorough check of your computer using both your antivirus and antispyware application. Because these are not always one in the same, you'll want to make certain you have both types installed on your computer. However, as you look for the right applications to meet your needs, make certain you make reputable choices. A disreputable program won't have a verifiable trust seal on its site such as VeriSign. There are lots of rogue applications posing as helpful products, and they could potentially cause more problems than a simple .dll error. Enigma's SpyHunter and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (Malwarebytes has free malware removal) are good choices for antispyware protection. 

You might also want to download Reimage PC Repair Online  for a safe and reliable tool designed to repair missing dll files and conflicts. It achieves this by replacing problem .dll files with up-to-date ones.

Regrettably, some .dll problems aren't quite as easy to fix. Some may prevent you from reaching your Windows interface entirely. If that's the case, your best first bet is to boot your computer into Safe Mode. Once there, you can restore to an earlier date to help resolve the issue. 

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