Language:

Homepage » DLL Q & A

How to Fix Rpcqt.dll not Found at Startup

Download Now


Rpcqt.dll missing

ANDRONIKOS ANDRONIKOU asked on December 30, 2012. Status: Answered & Closed.

How to Fix Rpcqt.dll not Found at Startup

» I have vaio laptop. At startup, error massage is shown that is Rpcqt.dll is not found. Why is that and how to fix it?


Best Answer

» One of the most common approaches that malware use is to modify existing files. For example, malware might not copy in any additional files, but rather take an existing system file - typically an "exe" or "dll" file - and re-write it to include the malware's own code. After running anti-malware programs and removing or quarantining the infected system file, a side effect like this will surely occurs on the operation of the system.

If you need to delete or overwrite a system file in Windows 7 or Vista, you'll quickly notice that you cannot delete system files, even as administrator. This is because Windows system files are owned by the Trusted Installer service by default, and Windows File Protection will keep them from being overwritten.

Thankfully, there's a way that you can get around this. The safest approach, by far, is to reinstall Windows. But given how painful that is, the alternatives that follow it are often more practical. This time, I would like to recommend DLL Suite to you.

Download DLL Suite, install and run > Click Dashboard menu and > Click Scan DLL Errors button > Click Fix DLL Errors button after the scan. And all the problems are fixed, because of the above three built-in features in the Dashboard menu.

KHALID ALHOMOUD replied on January 7, 2013


All Answers:

  1. FUNG JANET replied on January 31, 2012: » This is a Malware issue, or caused by Exploit:JS/Blacole.GB, which can later on crash your computer. i do not know whether it works for all machines but try the below steps: Delete the system registry key parameter "rpcqt.dll" created.

    Go to Start -> Run -> type "regedit"...HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Software -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Current Version -> Run and RunOnce

    Delete "Video Library" from those directorys

  2. ANDRONIKOS ANDRONIKOU replied on January 2, 2013: » thanks sir it really helps me, now when my system start,system does not show this kind of problem. Will this Make Anymore Problems?

  3. ALBERT PRINE replied on January 3, 2013: » I did everything you said, i can only get upto HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Software -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Current Version -> Run, and there was no option to delete the "Video Library" :c. I am still having the same problem. Not quite sure what to do.

  4. THAI LEE replied on January 4, 2013: » The last time I deleted it my entire computer crashed... I had to restore it. But now, it's happening again. And i don't want to take the risk and crash my computer again. Is there any other solutions?

DLL Q & A you might like:

  1. Hilot/ipacokuvo.dll Leading to Pop-up Web Page »
  2. Windows 7 Blue Screen Halmacpi.dll and Ntkrnlpa.exe »
  3. Halo 2 & Mfplat.dll File Missing Error »