Here is some operating system that faces the DLL error Window XP, Window Vista, Window 7, Window 8 and Window 10. Application and Window error are caused by issues with DLL files. DLL error is troublesome because of files in existence, all with the potential to cause trouble. Here we have the some troubleshooting footstep to fixing any DLL error.
Error 1: dll file error
Recently most generated typical error is “The application failed to start because some .dll was not found”.
(This is the frequently occur problem in your system, most of the user complain about it)
Download the DLL files from Application developer website if your DLL was accidentally deleted.
Note: If you have a DLL file, remove it from wherever you download it and continue your procedure troubleshooting below.
- Restart your computer.
- Restore the delete DLL file from the Recycle Bin.
- Recover the delete DLL file with a free file recovery program.
- Run a virus in your system.
- Undo recent system changes from System Restore.
- Reinstall the program.
- Update drivers that might be a concern to the DLL error.
- System file checker will replace any missing DLL files.
- Update some of the Microsoft distributed DLL files through Window updates.
- If DLL troubleshooting shows unsuccessful than you have to perform a repair installation of the window.
- Clean installation of Window will help to install a fresh copy of Window.
You have to use these steps very carefully, if you are confident than you can use or fix the problem. After fixing all problems if any DLL error is persist that means it is related to the Hardware.
Time required: DLL error can take an hour or more depending on the specific error; it is pretty easy to do. Although it depends on the main cause of the problem.
Error 2: dll file error
If you reinstall or repair the software in your window and some application throws up this error.
You have to run the built in system file checker to know the missing or corrupted system file.
- To do this in your window, you have to go to the start menu and run the command prompt.
- Type the “cmd” and press the enter button.
- The scan can take 10 minutes and after scanning, you should have to restart your system.
- Now running the sfc/scannow in safe mode for taking better results.
- Undeleted dll files by system restore:
- If you are a little bit familiar with your operating system then you can solve the problem, so you have to follow these steps, which is mention below.
- Restart your system and hold the f8 to start your system in safe mode with a command prompt.
- You have to log on as an administrator and type “%systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe” and press the enter.
- Now you have to follow the onscreen guide to restore your system
- Reboot your system to keep all changes. After that deleted dll files will be restored.