Understanding DLL Errors
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DLL (Dynamic Link Library)

Computers have arguably become one of the most important components of today's society. But, for those who aren't technologically advanced, computers can sometimes be a source of unbridled frustration, especially when problems arise.

Take the DLL error, for example. If you run a Windows-based computer, you've likely had a message pop up, at least once or twice, informing you that a DLL error has occurred. If you're like a lot of people, you probably shut your computer down and rebooted, hoping the problem had gone away. But, what exactly is a DLL error, and how does it affect your computer?

DLL stands for Dynamic Link Library. Essentially, a DLL file is a necessary component of a particular program or application. Without that DLL file, the program or application cannot run properly. Some DLL files are shared by numerous programs, and if a particular DLL file becomes corrupted or is accidentally deleted, it could wreak havoc on how those programs, that are associated with it, are run.

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The Causes Of DLL Errors

Perhaps equally as frustrating as a DLL error is not knowing what causes it. A DLL error may be the result of one of several things, such as:

  • You may have uninstalled a program and in the process inadvertently uninstalled a necessary DLL file. Reinstalling the program should fix the problem. Or, if you know the DLL file that is missing, do an online search for it and download it, which should resolve the problem.
  • If you attempted to install a program but it for failed some reason, one or more of the DLL files could have become corrupted.
  • If your hard drive is beginning to die, DLL files may end up becoming corrupted.
  • Either an application on your computer, or someone else who has access to your computer, may have accidentally deleted a necessary DLL file.
  • Sometimes when you install a new program, the DLL files already on your computer are overwritten by the DLL files associated with the new program. Unfortunately, sometimes DLL files are overwritten by either incompatible, new, or even old DLL files.
  • Viruses and spyware can infect your computer and corrupt or delete essential DLL files. Make sure you run anti-virus software regularly as it will search for and destroy any problems that it finds.

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Tips For Fixing DLL Errors

Knowing exactly what caused your DLL file to go missing or to become corrupted makes the process of fixing the problem that much easier. Generally, there are several ways you can repair a  DLL error. When your computer warns you of a DLL error, it generally gives you the name of the DLL file that has been deleted or corrupted. Make a note of the DLL file name and do an online search for it. For example, if the DLL file is named WMPDXM.DLL, search for " WMPDXM.DLL download," and you should be able to find a free download of the DLL file that will likely fix your problem.

Another simple, though sometimes frustrating, way to correct a problem with a DLL file is to initiate a system restore. Set the restore date to before you started experiencing the DLL file problem.

Sometimes, however, a DLL file erorr will make it impossible for your computer to start. If that's the case, simply start your computer in safe mode then you can run the system restore.

Finally, if you noticed that the DLL file error message started popping up after you installed a new program, try uninstalling that program. Does the DLL file error go away? If so, you're going to need to contact the software manufacturer's technical support for guidance on how to get the program running properly.

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