DLL is a file extension, and any error associated with a DLL file is known as a DLL error. These errors can show up in any OS, including Windows 8 and the earlier releases. These issues are annoying but you can use some troubleshooting steps in order to fix the errors. Below are some tips to help you fix these issues.
How to fix them
Well, fixing these issues may take a few minutes or a few hours based on the type of the error. If you want to resolve the errors on your own, you can use the troubleshooting and fixing tips given below.
Restart your PC
First of all, don’t do anything and just restart your machine. At times, these errors are temporary and go away after a system restart. If your machine is stuck and you can’t hit the restart button, you have to push the power button on your PC to force it to restart.
Restore the files
At times, users delete the important DLL files by accident. If this has happened with you, all you have to do is restore the files from your computer Recycle Bin. If your system shows up messages like “Missing DLL” and “DLL Not Found”, this trick can work for you.
Scan your machine with anti-virus software
It’s important to note that the error messages may also appear because of the infected system files. In actual, no dll file is missing in your computer. It’s just the virus that is showing false messages. In order to get rid of these false messages, you just need to scan your computer.
Run a System Restore
If you think that the error comes up because of a system or registry change you made lately, you can run a system restore.
Reinstall the apps
If you are trying to run an app that uses the DLL files in your system, you should try reinstalling the app. Hopefully, this may fix the issue. This solution works in most cases, so don’t skip this step.
Update Your System Drivers
At times, important drivers related to your computer hardware are missing. For instance, if the error message says “Missing DLL”, you may want to check out the relevant website to download and update your computer drivers.
Download Windows Updates
Your system may ask you to download the latest updates. You will be notified in the system tray. The windows will download the important files including the DLL files, which will fix the errors.
Repair the OS
You should try repairing the OS using a Windows installation disk. The repair installation may fix the errors and you will have no issues.
Reinstall the OS
If all of the above tips fail, you should go ahead and reinstall the OS. This will clean the disk partition where you are going to install the OS once again. Make sure you move your important files to another partition before reinstalling your OS.
So, these are a few tips to help you resolve most of DLL issues.[ad_2]
Source by Shalini Madhav