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Steps to Repairing Msxml6.dll Errors on Your Computer


What Is a Msxml6.dll Error?

If your system is having issues with certain programs, such as games and email software, on your computer, you might receive a Msxml6.dll error. The error might read something like: C:\WindowsSystemXX\mscml6.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again. The error might also pop up with other error messages.


What Causes a Msxml6.dll Error?

A Msxml6.dll error might occur on your computer for a number of reasons, including when there’s an issue with Windows registry; if there’s a corrupt installed software program or file; if there’s an issue with the original registry of a msxml6.dll file; or it can sometimes be due to a virus or spyware.


How to Fix a Msxml6.dll Error

There are couple options to try when fixing a Msxml6.dll error on your computer.


Solution 1: Un-register and re-register the msxml6.dll file.

  1. Click Start.
  2. Select All Programs.
  3. Select Accessories.
  4. Right click.
  5. Select Run as Administrator.
  6. Enter Administrator information if prompted to do so.
  7. Click Continue.
  8. Type regsvr32 –u msxml6.dll in the Command Prompt.
  9. Select Enter.
  10. Click Start.
  11. Select All Programs.
  12. Select Accessories.
  13. Right click
  14. Select Run as Administrator.
  15. Enter Administrator information if prompted to do so.
  16. Click Continue.
  17. Type regsvr32 msxml6.dll in the Command Prompt.
  18. Select Enter.
  19. Try the program initiating the msxml6.dll file error to see if it’s resolved.


Solution 2: Check for a Damaged File by running System File Checker.

Please note: If using this solution, System File Checker will not impact your personal programs or files, but it will restore your Windows’ settings back to its factory default state.


  1. Click Start.
  2. Click All Programs.
  3. Click Accessories.
  4. Select Run.
  5. Enter %systemroot%.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Select the System 32 file folder.
  8. Look through the folders and files for cmd.exe.
  9. Right click on cmd.exe.
  10. Choose Run as an administrator.
  11. Select Continue if and when a User Account Control box appears.
  12. Enter sfc /scannow.
  13. Hit the Enter button. (If System File Checker finds any errors, it will try to fix them.)
  14. Give the system time to detect and clear any errors it finds.
  15. Open the original programs prompting the msxml6.dll error to see if it’s now working.


One of the above solutions should resolve a Msxml6.dll error and prevent it from occurring for a better running computer and programs. Please let me know if you have questions or need additional assistance to resolve this issue. Thanks; and good luck!

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