12 Common DLL Errors and Fixes

The Most Common DLL Errors and Fixes For Windows Learn About the Most Common DLL Errors Since DLL files run a specific task or perform a certain function, many of the errors that you receive are unique.  When attempting to repair a DLL error it is important that you record as much information as possible about the error message..  This will help you problem solve a fix (Note: To learn more about DLL errors see my post What Are DLL Errors?). Found below is a listing of some of the most common DLL errors that Windows users encounter.  Even though this list is just a very small grouping, it can help you determine and solve similar types of problems and errors. Our Computer Technician’s Note: If you try a do-it-yourself (DIY) method to fix and repair DLL errors, this will require that you have some technical knowledge and trust where you are downloading your DLL files.  The recommended solution is to utilize a registry cleaner that will automate the DLL clean-up process in 3 simple steps.  You can download a DLL Error Fixer here. 12  Common DLL Errors: IEXPLORE.DLL The most common type of iexplore.dll error will generally say the following: “iexplore.dll caused an invalid page fault in module tps108.dll”…

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Basic Steps To Fix Windows Registry Problems

How to Fix Windows Registry DLL Errors and Problems Conquer Your Windows Registry Issues Many times, fixing your Windows Registry is as simple as correcting errors related to DLL files.  While most DLL errors are unique, there are basic steps that you can take to fix common DLL problems. Your first step should involve saving all data and closing all open applications on your computer.  Next, try to open an application one at a time to see if it opens correctly.  This is important because this technique will help you determine which application may be causing the DLL error. You may also want to try to shut your computer system down completely and then re-boot and attempt to open each application individually.  If, however, your system has crashed or if it is left hanging, this routine will not work for you. Another option that you should consider, is updating your Windows drivers.  Sometimes when you add a new device (hardware) or software, the drivers do not get updated correctly resulting in DLL errors and system conflicts.  Similarly, you should also keep your files updated that support your Windows operating system.  Sometimes, by not having the most recent operating files, your computer can error out. General software updates that support individual…

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