How to Restore DLL Files on Your Computer DLL, Dynamic Link Library files are the executable files developed by Microsoft Corporation. These files are similar to EXE files but contai...
2017-12-24T16:22:40Z

How to Restore DLL Files on Your Computer

DLL, Dynamic Link Library files are the executable files developed by Microsoft Corporation. These files are similar to EXE files but contain certain codes, data and resources required to support shared library concept on various operating systems and it is used by many applications. These library files are saved with .dll file extension and sometimes with .ocx and .drv extensions. Dealing with these files is not easy. If any DLL file is missing or lost, then certain applications stop working and results in troublesome situations.

Fix Dll Error

Some of the most frequently occurring DLL file errors are run.dll, shell32.dll, system32.dllwmp.dll, kernell32.dll, rundll32.dll, xvid.dll, iframe.dll, kernel.dll and many more. These DLL files are mostly removed unintentionally. This generally happens while uninstalling a program; it may also so happen that there might be an occurrence of error because of any virus infecting the computer system. One need not worry when such a thing occurs as there are many ways in which this error can be repaired.

Installing software in addition to the operating system may overwrite shared system files such as dynamic link libraries (.dll files) and executable files (.exe files)", for MS Windows.

How to Restore DLL Files on PC


1. Missing DLL files that somehow disappear can cause your computer to act in strange ways, such as not shutting down properly.
Run a system disk scan in the Norton Antivirus suite. For instance Norton has a tool called "Windoctor" that makes repairs automatically. It is suggested that if you remove Norton for another free antivirus program, they retain Norton Utilities/ WinDoctor and Speed Disk for defragging.

2. Always run a scan on anything you download before you open it.
Remove programs that you don't use or need. Too many programs clog up the machine. Do periodic defragging. Anytime you download or remove programs, music, etc. plus the normal creation of files, it fragments the computer and slows and confuses its proper functions. "When system files are overwritten, such as .sys, .dll, .ocx, .ttf, .fon, and .exe files, system performance becomes unpredictable, programs behave erratically, and the operating system fails".

3. If it is determined that if you have one or more missing DLL files, that can be identified, and they can be replaced.
Find on Google, a site that offers free DLL file download websites. Download and unzip the file to the desktop. For this you need Winzip or WinRAR to extract the file.

4. Now you need to put the DLL file in the proper folder or subfolders in which the program's files are kept.
A way to find the program from which the DLL file is missing is by entering it into Google.

5. q_encutl.dll+program'. Take for example the message may be posted by 'Norton Windoctor': "C:\Program Files\Common Files\InstallShield\Professional\RunTime\0701\

6. Intel32\DotNetInstaller.exe" cannot access a necessary file, "mscoree.dll." Download the file mscoree.dll.

7. By using 'Windows Explorer', you would in this case go to Local Disk [C] Program Files/Common Files/InstallShield/ and look through the subfolders until you find, in this case Professional/Run Time/Intel32.
In this case you cut and paste or copy the DLL into that folder. By copying instead of cut and paste, you can put the DLL download into your Documents folder as an extra copy.
Tips
  • If you don't have an unzip software you can find a free one at click Here
  • Sometimes software comes with .dll files included, so installing it may also fix other programs.
Warnings
  • If it still doesn't work maybe you need to move the .dll file to another sub folder.
So this was our guide on How to Restore DLL Files on Your Computer, I hope the methods given above helped you.
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