CHERYL THOMAS asked on March 14, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
LogiLDA.dll Module Could Not Be Found
» I made the mistake of running a registry cleaner and now get a computer startup error that states that the C:\Windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll cannot run. As far as I can tell it is a Ligitech Download Manager file. Do you know what I can do to fix this?
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ROBYN HALL replied on March 20, 2013
- RICHARD LEHMANN replied on March 14, 2013: » Do a system restore to a date before you used the registry cleaner.
And in the future, avoid using registry cleaners. Registry cleaningprograms are all snake oil. Cleaning of the registry isn't neededand is dangerous. Leave the registry alone and don't use any registrycleaner. Despite what many people think, and what vendors of registrycleaning software try to convince you of, having unused registryentries doesn't really hurt you.
The risk of a serious problem caused by a registry cleaner erroneouslyremoving an entry you need is far greater than any potential benefitit may have.
- CHERYL THOMAS replied on March 15, 2013: » Lesson learned! I couldn't do a restore for this last issue because while having another problem (windows explorer has quite working, windows explore is restarting...over and over) I upgraded from Win7 Home Premium to Windows Ultimate because I had read that this would rebuild windows and solve the issue without losing ones files. It didn't work either but I was able to solve that issue.
What finally did work late yesterday was to access msconfig and unchecked it under the Startup tab. Hopefully that will suffice. Everything seems to be back in order.
- KIRSTEN MANN replied on March 16, 2013: » I've just got this message of missing LogiLDA.dll.
but I got it just after downloading updates - for Win7 . among these was a logitec update which I accepted too.
And now I don't know how to get rid of this message popping up every startup I make.
- VICTOR ROWLAND replied on March 17, 2013: » I had it too. This is what I did to fix it.
I went to Control Panel>System>Device Manager>Human Interface Devices>USB input Device (Logitech Download Assistant). Doube click. Uninstall driver.
Then Action>Scan for hardware changes and the driver updates itself from MS with Logitech ware.
"logiLDA.dll" error is GONE.
I personally like a clean registry, although I know tech fundamentalists don't. So I will stick with it, but will keep an open mind.
If it comes back I will repost, as the idea of a "restore" is a good suggestion.
- DEBBIE PHILLIPS replied on March 19, 2013: » This fixed it for me, nice one. Dunno why Windows Update would install an update to a Logitech updater and do it wrongly.
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