DLL errors are known as one of the most fatal issues occurring on computers. The computers running on Windows operating system often gets stuck in a DLL file problems that finally leads to application crashes. The computers show numerous issues and often applications stop responding due to this reason. People may try to remove the infected DLL file issues from the computer manually, but most of the time those do not work at all. Look at some of the most common methods for fixing faulty DLL files using some manual processes.
People can try to create a Restore Point and use the System Restore option. This is a feature provided by Microsoft that helps to turn back to the previous good condition in which the computer was performing well.
Customers can also use the System File Checker from Windows Resource Protection to remove the corrupted files. It helps to remove the corrupted files and replace them. You can open the command prompt from the Start menu and type the command there.
Customers of Windows operating system can also use the Last Known Good Configuration for fixing DLL error from the computer. This feature of Microsoft helps to turn to previous good condition of the computer.
Problems in regard to DLL files:
A Dell Vostro laptop running on Windows 7 32 bits operating system showed an error. While opening Microsoft Office Access program, an error message pops up on the screen. The message states an error with the odbcji32.dll file and that it failed to load. In such a state, even if the user tries to reinstall the application in the computer to fix the problem, yet the DLL file error message will show up on the screen.
Another error that may affect programs on a Windows based laptop is quite common. A Dell Inspiron laptop running on Windows Vista 64 bits operating system displays an error of an update installation. The update installation process unfortunately stops at 40% and it shows an error. The process mentions urlmon.dll file unable to load error. Due to this reason, the user may repeatedly come across issues and he may wish to run the System Update Readiness Tool which would again fail to be of any help. Such DLL problem files may simply clutter the memory and slow down the system to a great extent too.
Problems erupting soon after installing updates:
After installing updates pertaining to Windows operating system, William could not access Google Chrome. When he tried to open the browser in his computer, wintrust.dll file error message flashed on the screen along with error code 8007007e. His Acer Aspire laptop is installed with the Windows Vista Ultimate 64 bits Service Pack 1 operating system. He logged in as an administrator, but could not use the browser. The error message changed, but the browser was not responding. The message denoted that specific module is missing and asked to make sure that the binary stored at the specific path or not.
Similarly, Jonathan said that his Acer laptop got another error from Internet Explorer. The laptop was installed with Windows XP 32 bits operating system. When he tried to open tabs in the browser, an error message erupted. The message said that ieframe.dll file is missing. The message also said that the browser could not display the website or web page. He tried System Restore for removing the error message from the computer, but that did not help to remove .DLL ERROR.
Just like the above, Andrew too got an error in his Acer laptop while streaming radio. His computer is installed with Windows Vista Professional 64 bits operating system. The radio did not start and a message related to wmnetmgr.dll appeared on the screen. The message mentioning the DLL module name said that it was loaded but DllRegisterServer call failed showing an error code 0x8002801c. He had tried for fixing the DLL problem from the computer manually, but that did not help.
DLL missing files causes numerous issues on laptop:
Chris on his HP Envy laptop running on Windows 10 operating system got a DLL issue from Microsoft Office 2007 Pro 32 bits. When she tried to open the application from the Start menu, a DLL error promptly appeared on the screen. The error flashed on the screen mentioning a missing shell32.dll file. She had tried her best for removing the DLL file error message using some of the common manual methods, but that did not work.
Fixing the error is an easy task now:
To remove each and every DLL ERROR from the computer, users need to run the DLL Suite software on it. The tool is of course, quite easy to download. It can repair all erroneous DLL files and replace if needed. This tool can work on all versions of Windows operating systems.