DLL Tool

Microsoft Windows DLL Fixer

Fix DLL Missing or Not Found Error

DLL ToolDLL Tool is a unique DLL fixer to repair .dll missing, .exe virus and .sys blue screen of death by means of restoring the related registry entries, resolving any complicated DLL file error and recovering your Windows system back to its best state.



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Summary

DLL problems often result from invasion of Trojan or malware. In this case, you may run full scan of free antivirus software to remove the virus, and then download a new version of the DLL file to its default path. But it's far from the core of the problem! Virus infection typically affect the DLL file and re-write some of its codes; this changes internal link to its associated DLL in registry, and may lead to other DLL file missing or corrupt, or even system error. You have to get them repaired with the unique and powerful DLL files fixer DLL Tool!

DLL file introduction

DLL files were first invented back in the days when most people still used computers that ran on the MS-DOS operating system. The earliest versions of Windows, however was particularly unhelpful because computers had virtually no memory space or processing speed. Then Microsoft realized that many programs that they had created in Windows relied on many identical underlying functions. So, if one independent sliver of software code could be created to do that one job for all of those programs, which would save massive amounts of space.

Thus was born the DLL, which still forms an extremely important part of the Windows operating system to this day. So, it follows that if a DLL becomes corrupt or starts to malfunction, it can seriously affect many different parts of the operating system of your PC. And, like everything in your PC, a DLL can easily become corrupted.

Symtoms of DLL error

However, DLL errors can be split into two categories, the first are Windows System Errors, which are typically the result of a corrupt/missing (DLL) file within the System32 folder. The second are application errors.

When a DLL error appears, your computer would usually display the error messages:

  1. Dll is missing
  2. Dll entry point not found
  3. Dll procedure entry point GetCurrentProcessorNumber could not be located in the dynamic link library

The symptoms of DLL issue can be generally grouped as:

  1. Some programs cannot be used normally;
  2. Error messages constantly pop up on the computer;
  3. Blue Screen of Death happens occasionally;
  4. System sometimes results in crash;
  5. Windows settings have been changed in a wrong way.

Causes of DLL errors

Mostly, a fix of DLL error requires an update in the system's registry. When you install or uninstall programs in your system, small pieces of information are left behind or deleted away. While uninstalling a program, the program may remove a DLL file which is essential for Windows operation.

Besides, during the installation of new software, it may need to be updated for it to work on your system and that might be the reason for the error message. This ultimately leads to damage or corruption of files. A corrupted DLL error can be due to incompatibility of certain software's installed. If another user on the same system accidentally deletes a .dll or a linked file, it can be damaged.

More often than not, various kinds of malicious software, such as malware, spy ware or ad ware and also viruses are responsible for the DLL popup messages. They change the registry entries of the DLL and other DLL files at the same time, which need to be fixed as soon as possible!

DLL Error Solutions

DLL missing often occurs with the removal of virus, rogue, rootkit, spammer, spoofer or scareware. Then it is necessary to download the DLL. DLL Tool contains DLL file library and prevents you from being exposed to malicious website in the process of download DLL free. This DLL error repair tool includes the right version of any DLL file to do DLL missing download for Windows 7, 8, XP and Vista. Our DLL fix tool helps you with any DLL repair!

If a DLL file gets infected by adware or potentially unwanted software such as dialer, Ddos, dropper, monitoring tool or exploit, they will inject the DLL and associated DLL files, bundle themselves with the DLL files. You have to delete malicious registry entries or recover the default ones; otherwise the infection won't be cleared away. It's easy to delete all malicious files with antivirus software, but the settings saved on the Registry may restore the malicious software. PRIVACY function of our DLL repair tool, which is free at this point, will eradicate these settings.

There is another kind of Rootkit danger besides normal infection of a virus or malware. That's fake antivirus software. It gives false report of DLL not found or corrupted fault. Because it plants itself into several important system files and compiles the registry for its malicious purpose, your desktop antivirus program cannot wipe out this infection. And its leftover files will be exploited by Backdoor. Let DLL Tool shred them completely.

Conclusion

When DLL file cannot be found from its directory, it is probably caused by Spammer and adware. After removing them with antivirus software, you still need to use DLL Tool to further solve DLL and its related registry entries. Fake antivirus infection is extremely harmful and hard to be removed, use the shredder of DLL Tool to cleanse the affected DLL.

DLL download with DLL Tool follows the registry cleaning; it ensures you to be isolated from malicious web and provides easy access to any missing DLL file. So DLL Tool has attracted many users. Our frequent users understand the importance of regularly applying DLL Tool to keep windows DLL files well!


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