How to Fix DLL Errors Manually? What Every Computer Operator Should Know
Knowing how to fix DLL errors manually can be very beneficial to any computer user. These errors are relatively common and can cause a variety of problems. The term DLL actually stands for dynamic link library. DLL files cover a variety of tasks that are required to properly run Microsoft products.
How to Fix DLL Errors Manually: What are DLL errors?
DLL errors are problems with files that are necessary for the proper running of specific Microsoft tasks. A DLL error will have a code and sometimes a message clarifying the type of error you are dealing with. Such errors prevent your computer from running or even booting as it should.
How to Fix DLL Errors Manually: What causes DLL errors?
DLL errors result from a variety of causes. Installation or removal of software that is done incorrectly can cause the deletion of necessary DLL files or can cause a DLL file to be overwritten with an incompatible or outdated version. Installation problems can also corrupt DLL files. Intentional or accidental deletion of a DLL file can be the cause of DLL errors. A faulty disk drive, or other hardware problems, can also cause DLL file corruptions.
How to Fix DLL Errors Manually?
Different DLL errors require different fixes. However, these steps will help you find the problem and its solution.
- Do a System File Checker scan to identify the system file that is the source of the problem and get the files replaced. Go to Start
- In the box entitled Start Search, type in cmd
- In the programs list, right click on CMD. Choose Run as Administrator. If asked for a password, type in your administrator password or click on Continue.
- When you get the command prompt sfc/scannow, click on enter.
- When completed, shut down your computer and attempt to reboot it.
- If this does not work, you will want to use the System Restore tool. Begin by going to the Start button and at the Start Search option, type in system restore.
- From the Programs list, choose System Restore. You may be asked for a confirmation or password. If so, enter your administrator password and click on Continue.
- In the System Restore box, select the Choose a different restore point option and click on Next.
- Opt for a recent date prior to your computer problems and click on Next, followed by Finish.
- When completed, shut down your computer and once again attempt to reboot it. Your problem should be solved.
Now that you know how to fix DLL errors manually, you should never again have that awful feeling that your computer has crashed and is irreparable. Good luck with your DLL error repairs.
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