DLL problems can be very annoying and difficult to get rid of. All users would want the installed program to remain secured and run hassle free on the computer. But the computer system is mechanical and can suffer from errors and malfunction problems from time to time. This situation can be avoided with proper care. To solve the problem areas, it is necessary for the user to first recognize where the problem actually lies.
System crashes are inevitable
Many customers experience a lot of problems when they are unable to fix DLL errors quickly. For Paul, it was a nightmare when his VB4 program that worked properly for years, started showing errors. Whenever he would use that program, it would just crash unexpectedly without any proper explanation. He would also get an error message which said a problem has caused the program to close down temporarily, Windows will give a notification if there is any solution available. This seemed to be happening on his machine every time he turned on the program. He firstly thought, it might have just been a memory problem, but sadly formatting his memory did not help him get rid of this problem.
Another user faced a similar issue, he would get an error message saying, there was an error loading C:\Windows\urepiliy_dll. There was a lot of repercussion of this error, like his task bar disappeared, his computer would freeze up suddenly and his system had become extremely slow especially his browser, Internet Explorer. He tried a ton of things to get rid of this error such as, running ESET virus scan, disk defragmentation, ran CC cleaner and malwarebytes, but nothing was of any help. The scanners he had used to deal with the errors had partially dealt with it by deleting the file, but soon those erroneous files popped up on restarting the system.
These errors restrict a fine gaming experience
A DLL error can also mess up with the gaming experience of some users. A user from Sacramento would be constantly get annoyed with a dll problem which said, there was an error loading c:\Windows\ system32\ nvcpl.dll and invalid access to memory location on startup. He got this error when he downloaded a game called 'Kuma War' from the Internet. Every time, this error would pop up when he tried launching this game. He tried a lot of remedies to fix this problem, like performing a clean boot by using start-up programs and drivers, so that any software conflicts could be eliminated. He also tried installing the latest drivers, but all his efforts went in vain.
Running programs can be very challenging for some users who have DLL issues present on their PC. For a user from Montana, DLL errors were restricting him to perform any kind of action on his PC. He decided to perform a clean boot on his system one day, when it loaded to the desktop, an error popped up on his Windows desktop which showed, c:Windows\ system32\ spool\ drivers\ w32x86\ 3\LXCFtime_dll. His system used to run fine, but it became very annoying to him because he had to close that Window every time at the time of start-up. He tried a lot of remedies like running chkdsk /r and sfc /scannow, but nothing seemed to solve this error.
Manual solutions fail to work
Another user, Cathy seemed to be bugged with this issue. Whenever she tried to activate Malware bytes program, she would get an error message which said MSVBVM60.dll error has been found. She tried a lot of solutions like un-installation\reinstallation of Windows, running Sfc/scannow, performing DISM scans, running Anti-virus and virus scans. Sadly, these remedies could not help her solve this obstinate .dll error.
A user from North Carolina suffered a similar fate regarding these .dll errors. Whenever she would start up her machine, she would be suddenly greeted with two error messages. One of which said, the specific module wasn't found and there was an error loading C:\Windows\ipmaut.dll. The second one said, there was problem finding the module and error occurred while loading C:\Windows\ abecucaqiqe_dll. At first she felt like this could be a virus related problem, but after running the MBAM, she scanned the machine thoroughly with different anti-virus scanners. After all this, no virus was found on her PC, but the error codes kept appearing on her screen.
How can these errors be fixed?
Users should understand that DLL errors can be fixed permanently by installing the DLL Suite program on the system.