PATRICK ONEIL asked on February 17, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Many Dll Errors With Some Programs
» I've been running into a lot of .dll errors with some programs after clean installing Windows. How do I fix this?
There are some disadvantages of using dll files:
1. DLL compatibility errors – sometimes when a program fails to load, it will display an error message such as the ordinal 0×876 could not be located in the dynamic-link library xyz.dll or you install a new application and some other programs stop working correctly. This is usually the result of a new DLL that is not backward compatible with older versions of the same dynamic link library. This usually happens because the programmer did not sufficiently test the new DLL to make sure it would support all of the functions of the earlier version
2. DLL naming errors – a new application is installed and the entire system crashes. This occurs when a programmer accidentally names his new DLL with the same name as an operating system DLL and thus effectively overwrites it causing the system to crash.
3. Missing .dll – The system tells you it can not find a specific DLL and refuses to open the application. This happens when the dynamic link library was not included in the installation package or the DLL file has somehow become corrupted.
Above all, installation and and uninstallation of programme can cause a corrupt or missing dll files and this kind of things happen quite often. The DLL files are also easily affected by viruses like VirTool:Win32/CeeInject.AA. Therefore, a professional dll file error fixer would be quite useful for you to have in your daily pc operation.
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 dll file related problems are fixed.
MICHAEL REDMOND replied on February 23, 2013
- STEPHEN CHAPMAN replied on February 17, 2013: » We can tell you possibly downloaded a corrupt .ISO file from MSDN-AA, try to download another copy, re-burn it and do an upgrade repair over your current installation.
- PATRICK ONEIL replied on February 17, 2013: » I re-downloaded, burned, and upgraded with no difference. I re-formated my hard drive and installed through the boot menu with no difference.
It's always affecting my .dlls that deal with the internet, such as:hgcpl.dll, kernelbase.dll, mshtml.dll, ieframe.dll, msvcrt.dll
- CHARLES CONNER replied on February 18, 2013: » It could be a bad ISO. Try performing SFC scan on the computer. SFC(System File Checker) /scannow is a terrific command you can use in any Windows version. When the SFC command is used with the /scannow switch, the tool will scan all of the important Windows files on your computer and replace them as necessary.
Missing and corrupt operating system files (like many DLL files) are arguably the biggest cause of major Windows issues. Considering that, plus the fact that SFC /scannow is completely automatic and very easy to use, the tool should usually be one of your first troubleshooting steps.
- IOANNIS KARAGIANNIDIS replied on February 20, 2013: » From my successful experience: Download a Windows 7 Professional .iso from here and use with your MSDNAA product key:
Use your Universities Internet, which is probably high speed.
Model your install procedure on this (it is Dell-based):
So F12 may be different, carry out the optional step with the DBAN and completely format. Obviously replace Dell drivers with non-Dell drivers if your system is non-Dell.
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