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KRISTEN MILLER asked on February 18, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

Missing Dll Files Causing Havoc With Computer

» While trying to clean my start up files I must have deleted UUS.dll file mistakenly and now I am unable to get my old Dell to do some things. I can no longer find the calculator function as well as many other functions. It say: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Pare to Logic\ UUS2\UUS.dll.


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» Missing dll files seem inconsequential until you attempt to ignore them. The missing dll file can cause a widely varied host of problems with your PC’s basic function. One of the most common questions from users is, "Why is it missing?" So we’ll discuss that first.

1. A program being installed overwrote the dll file. It could have been an older or incompatible version of the dll that will now wreak havoc with your programs and cause the infamous "dll error." 2. A bad installation of a program can corrupt a dll file or even multiple dll files resulting in dll errors. 3. Another program was removed or uninstalled from the computer and the uninstallation removed a vital dll file still needed for another program or by the operating system. 4. The dll file or an associated file was manually deleted (maliciously or accidentally, the result is the same). 5. Virus(Exploit:Java/CVE-2012-4681!jar) infection removal causes a dll file missing. The best way to fix/avoid dll errors is to obtain a good dll file fixer with a dll file library. This kind of fixer is a tool designed to scan the PC’s entire dill files. The fixer can contain a variety of corruptions/errors such as those causing dll errors on the computer. Users experiencing problems with error codes of any type should immediately check to make sure that there is a solid dll fixer in place, not only to address the problems they are currently experiencing, but to drastically decrease the number of problems they will experience in the future.

Here is the dll file fixer DLL Suite. Install it on your computer for your convenience. Run a scan for errors immediately. The program should conduct an automated repair process to "clean" your system.

With this professional dll error fixer in place, you’ll find that the number of dll errors and other common error codes will greatly decrease and you’ll be able to experience your computer functioning at optimum levels again. Most users who obtain a dll error fixer also note that the program speeds up their computer and makes it run "like new" again.

ROGER HARM replied on February 24, 2013


All Answers:

  1. ANGELA WIGG replied on February 18, 2013: » That file is nothing to do with Windows -- http://www.utilitysoftwarereviews.com/how-to-remove-paretologic-uusdll-error-message/ is relevant

    Have a look in the Recycle bin - is there anything there that was archived around the same time your problem started? Have you tried a System Restore to a point just before the problem started?

  2. JULIE SPRINGER replied on February 18, 2013: » This looks most likely the solution to one of the problems: Hot to remove ParetoLogic UUS.DLL error message: http://www.utilitysoftwarereviews.com/how-to-remove-paretologic-uusdll-error-message/

    The other solutions depend on clarification of the reference to "things" that don't work.

  3. DONALD HAHN replied on February 20, 2013: » If you've already tried the above recommendations, you may wish to reinstall the program to get whatever file has been deleted back on the computer. If this resolves your .dll error message and you wish to uninstall the program again, during the uninstall process, make sure that you click "No" or "No to all" when asked to delete a system file or any file that may be used by another program.

  4. GARY BROCKWAY replied on February 22, 2013: » A word of warning when using Autoruns or MSConfig - don't just go unchecking things at random, you could foobar your Windows install pretty good.

    If you haven't yet, you might also want to run the free versions of Malwarebytes from http://www.malwarebytes.org/ and SuperAntiSpyware from http://www.superantispyware.com/. Download and run them both (not at the same time) just to make sure your system's clean. Nothing can be 100% sure, but together they both do a pretty good job. You can uninstall them when you're finished with them.

  5. JERRY BELL replied on February 22, 2013: » You have one elementary task ahead of you - backup any of your files that are important. Make sure you use all the anti-spyware programs, including Spyware Doctor, because what one misses another might catch and clean.

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