System files that have error on them can be fixed tools that help with Repairing DLL files. Windows will only load a limited number of DLL files at a time. The general notion is that the system runs just the files that are used by applications or system services. They are all installed on the same folders inside the primary drive. The system has a way of notifying the user when it can't load these files. Some clients are familiar with errors such as:
Specified modules cannot be found.
error with loading any one kind of DLL file.
cannot load, start or run some DLL file.
Removing these DLL issues is quite simple although they are very different. Users start fixing these errors using the Windows diagnostic utilities. Their main work is to repair any file that the system uses. It is the first step in troubleshooting many errors. These utilities do have some, if not, a lot of limitations.
When the System File Checker fall short:
Annabel Barnes used the System File Checker on the PC regularly. She loaded it using the 'sfc /scannow' command line on the Command Prompt. It was successful in finding and fixing smaller random issues on her PC. Annabel had run this check after installing the last service pack for Windows XP. This time it had completed without giving her the usual notifications. It had ended with s different result this time:
Certain files were required to run Windows properly.
Those files had to be copied to some Dll Cache folder.
She had hit the Retry option to start Repairing DLL errors free. The next scan took over an hour before it closed. Annabel though that this repair had gone well till she saw multiple File Copy errors on the Event Viewer. Apparently Windows had failed to copy the Dll files on the required folder.
Fixing corrupted files with DISM Scan:
The next system file repair tool is the DISM. Victoria Amos had started this check using the Command Prompt too. She wanted to fix a certain number of corrupted files on Windows 8. The system file check had failed and she had switched to this other scanner. She had installed some updates for the drivers on her computer. This was to fix an error on them but the system had not responded well to this change. Some applications started to crash and the PC was much slower. First she thought about using the McAfee and other Antivirus scanners. These had not found any malware or viruses that do come with the updates. So Victoria moved to the DISM scan for repairing the DLL files on Windows, using this DISM but could not get it to work.
File repair using the Windows Install Recovery:
Blaine Jameson was unable to load Windows 10 that he had just installed. His laptop could be switched on but went straight into the Repair loop. He had exhausted all of the repair options given to him and then decided to follow these instructions:
Removed all connected external devices.
downloaded Windows 10 using the media creation tool.
carried out the automatic repair.
However none of the repair options appeared when the system was rebooted with this creation tool. Repairing the Windows dll wasn't possible because:
The drive that could be used for resetting the PC was locked.
the start up Repair failed to fix Windows.
One tool that can be to replace these Windows Utilities:
The in place upgrade was the last option that these clients had. This would have reinstalled Windows will all upgrades. The computers were unstable and would have crashed if this alternative solution was applied. So an error repair tool was installed on them only because some Dll files on these Windows system had to be fixed. This tool would make it easier for them to:
Search for the Dll files that they had to repair on the system.
Download and install files on the computer.
Dll files can be corrupted even when using the computer normally. Users may have loaded some application or installed an update. These changes when introduced can damage the files on it. The other issues on the Dll files may come also come from:
errors with other Dll files installed on the Windows system registry.
temporary data made when applications are used.
Applications that store data in the form of Cache folders.
program that leave unnecessary data when they are uninstalled.
Regular optimization with the right tools can be used to clear these issues from the PC. DLL Suite offers a one click clean feature. It rids the system of all useless data that build up while repairing DLL files on Windows.