'DLL is missing'- with this randomly occurring error notification, it may happen that you are not able to complete the desired task. Even after you try to download the respective file, you may not be able to solve the missing DLL problems. Any particular DLL or Dynamic Link Library file can go missing from the system sub folder due to a number of reasons.
Unable to install updates:
When any particular DLL file goes missing, you are unable to complete the intended task. Similarly, when you try to install Windows Updates on a Windows 8.1 Professional installed Lenovo IdeaPad laptop, you cannot install the same. Even after numerous attempts and fetching for several solutions, you still fail to install the update. So, it is understandable that since the wuaueng.dll is missing from the system sub folder, the update cannot be installed. You have tried to download the respective version of the missing DLL files, but still the error cannot be fixed. In addition to this, you can also try to use Microsoft Fixit software but still the error persists.
DLL error while trying to install game:
After you download the game 'FIFA13' on your Windows 8 pro installed Asus laptop, you are prompted with an error notification that the program cannot be started since rldea DLL file is missing from the system. You can try to fix the DLL missing error by reinstalling the program but with less expectation. Although, rldea.dll file is present in the system sub folder, but still cannot be find. So, it can be easily anticipated that since the rldea.dll file has become corrupted by some malicious malware, it is shown as missing. As a result of this, you are unable to install the game even after downloading it.
Unable to access Skype:
On a Windows XP Home Edition installed Dell Studio laptop, after successful installation of Skype you are unable to open it. Even if you reinstall it, you will not be able to get rid of the situation. As the program cannot be opened, an error notification pops up that suggests that MSVCP140.dll is missing from the system. Even after you sign in into the program with the help of correct credentials, you are unable to access it. Therefore, as a viable option you can try to download the respective missing DLLs but still unable to fix the problem.
Problem while terminating Internet Explorer:
On the contrary, it may happen that when you close an application, you are randomly experiencing a 'DLL was not found' error message. Every time you try to close Internet Explorer 9 on a Windows 7 Pro installed system, it is notified that ntdll.dll becomes missing. You can try to restart the system in 'Safe Mode with networking' option but most certainly unable to resolve the DLL not found error. After reinstalling the program, when you close the program, you are confronted with the same annoying issue again. So, it may happen that since the mentioned DLL has become corrupted, it is regarded as missing and ultimately you are unable to terminate Internet Explorer properly.
The possible solution:
To download the required DLL files and fix the corrupted file issue instantly, you have to install DLL Suite. If you use this software, then you will be able to safeguard your system from any unwanted threats. Unless some trusted tools are introduced in the system, you will not be able to settle down the issues.