DLL Tool

DLL Program

program to open / start / edit dll files

DLL ToolWith DLL Tool, you needn't open DLL files yourself for fixing .dll missing, .exe virus infection and .sys blue screen of death, and can enjoy the professional fix of auto editing the codes of a DLL when you are unable to start a program related to its errors.



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Overview of DLL errors

When you encounter a DLL error or when you are unable to start program DLL related to Windows 7, 8, XP or Windows Vista error, what can you do about it? How can you track down the source of the problem and, one hopes, fix the problem?

With the help of free DLL repair software DLL Tool, one can usually find the problem and fix it. If a Windows DLL error is troubling you, it can be fixed in most cases with this DLL files repair tool.

Introduction of DLL files

DLL files contain a collection of executable functions and information that can be used by a variety of Windows programs. A .DLL file cannot run on its own. It is loaded and used by a program executable (EXE file). DLL files allow programmers to develop applications that utilize less of a computer's RAM while the application is running. For example, if you are using a document editor, the printer function does not need to be loaded into your computer's RAM because the .DLL file will load and run if and when you decide to print the document you are working on.

You cannot view DLL files under normal circumstances. These are regarded as critical system files and the operating system will keep these hidden from view. If you wish to view the files anyway, do the following:

  1. Open up My Computer.
  2. Click on Tools in the top menu bar.
  3. Click on Folder Options.
  4. In the window that opens, click on the tab named View.
  5. Scroll down the list till you come to the option Show hidden files and folders. Click on this option to select it. The option just above this option (Do not show hidden files and folders) will become deselected automatically.
  6. Uncheck the box below these options which says Hide file extensions for known file types.
  7. Click on Apply, and then on OK.
  8. Now navigate to the drive partition where Windows is installed.
  9. Open the Windows folder. Inside it you will find a folder named System32.
  10. Open the System32 folder. You will be able to see all DLL files of your Windows OS.
  11. If you cannot spot the DLL files at first sight, right click on an empty space inside the System32 folder. A small menu will pop up. Select the option Arrange Icons By, and then click on the option Type.
  12. Now Windows will arrange the DLL files in the folder side by side, allowing you to view those more comfortably.
  13. You are free to view the DLL files as much as you want. It will not harm your PC in any way. You can also open the DLLs using a text editor like Notepad.

Common software and popular computer games that you install in your PC also have DLL files of their own. These game DLL files are usually found within the folders of the software utilities and games. However, do not attempt to modify any DLL file, unless you know what you are doing. Modifying DLL files may corrupt the files, rendering Windows inoperative.

Symptoms of DLL problems

When a DLL error occurs, you'll receive an error message. Just because a DLL file is listed in, an error message of Windows does not mean that it is the DLL file itself, which is causing the error. Most often, these files feature prominently in error messages only because they are attached to the primary, core, basic functions of the operating system itself. There are hundreds of error messages you can receive on a Windows system and of those hundreds, there are a number, which can feature program DLL, names in the error code.

With an error message, it's possible for you to analyze what's exactly going on with the referred DLL file. Without a program to open DLL files for you, what will you do with a DLL error?

Solutions for DLL issues

A Simple Way To Correct A DLL File Without Editing It

Errors with DLL are in fact quite common, such as .dll missing, .exe virus infection or blue screen of death, etc. These errors are related to the failure that a DLL file encounters due to its inability to execute a particular function or open some other application. There are various reasons behind the emergence of these problems or errors. The first reason is some kind of a problem that might have occurred at the time of installation of a program, resulting in the DLL file unable to execute the function of running the program.

Apart from this reason, a DLL error can also occur at the time of uninstalling a program or in the form of a warning for a virus or spyware that has infected the system and corrupt these files. While uninstalling a program, a user tends to uninstall the DLL files from the computer also. And the problem begins from here because the uninstalled files are required by other applications on the computer. Thus, in the absence of these DLL files, the other applications stop responding properly.

To make sure that things are brought back to normal, it is advisable to reinstall the DLL files that have been lost accidentally. For this, DLL Tool is the right program for DLL files. It enables you to download any DLL file for free, and has the downloaded file automatically registered! Thus, you won't suffer from extracting DLL files from the software, and approaching a program to edit DLL files for solving the problem.

There are also certain software vendors that provide DLL programs for download purposes. One of the best ways of getting the lost DLL files reinstalled is by applying a DLL repair freeware like DLL Tool. Download it now for free!


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