A wide range of issues, all related to DLL files plague you from time to time, regardless of the version of Windows you are working with. However, for fixing these DLL errors, you need to turn to the quality tools, which are developed to deal with these problems. The tools that you commonly find free of cost generally fail to solve these issues. Here are some of these problems.
Windows 7 does not start up
There are times when you find that you are not able to run Windows. As soon as you try to start it up, Windows returns an error message. It says Windows cannot run as certain critical DLL file like D3d10Warp.dll is either not designed to run on this version of Windows or it contains an error.
This happens when the DLL file has been overrun or replaced by any 3rd party application tool, or by any virus or malware. Or it may be that the DLL file has conflicted with the Windows Registry, corrupting it. For fixing DLL errors like these, you need to turn to the tools that are specifically developed to deal with these errors by eminent companies from the software development fraternity.
Wireless Configuration notification error
Sometimes, you are not able to start up Windows. As soon as you try to run Windows you get a Wireless Configuration dll notification error. It is followed by another error message. It says that notification dll is not digitally verified or signed.
This happens when the product keys are not verified or when there are update errors, wherein the CatRoot2 folder is either corrupted or the folder path C:\Windows\system32\CatRoot2 is either broken or missing a critical component. Fixing DLL errors like this is possible only with help of the quality tools that are specifically developed to deal with these errors.
Windows Vista failing to start
Windows Vista uses complain that they are not able to start up Windows. As soon as they try to start up, they get an error message. It says C:\Windows\system32\wow64cpu.dll file is either not designed to run on this version of windows or it contains error.
This happens when the dll file has been replaced or overridden by a 3rd party software application. Fixing these DLL errors is a cakewalk only when you use the appropriate tools.
What is that appropriate tool?
Fixing DLL errors like all these and many more are best done by DLL Suite, the tool developed exclusively to solve these issues.