How to repair common dll issues and solutions. DLL errors are the most common and most frustrating kinds of errors that are there.
There are literally thousands of these DLL files in a computer performing different functions. Below are some common DLL issues which one might encounter.
This is a common error which is depicted like this: "Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt - Windows root\system32\hal.dll.
Please re-install a copy of the above file." This kind of error is often caused by problems in the boot.ini or hal.dll files.
This error is usually brought about by software and not the operating system. Some of the error messages include: "STOP: C0000221 unknown hard error \SystemRoot\System32\ntdll.dll" and "NTDLL.DLL Error!" among others.
This has to be the grandmother of all DLL issues. When various software try to access certain areas of the system memory improperly, this error message is displayed: "...caused an invalid page fault in module Kernel32.DLL"
There are a number of solutions which can be used to fix these annoying errors.
The file should then be saved in the appropriate location but, the System32 folder found in the primary disk is usually the location of most DLL files.
Usually these sorts of errors come up immediately after the program is installed and you have tried to run it.
To fix such issues, a user should scan the registry for issues and attempt to fix them using good registry cleaning/defragmenting software.
Many of these software have an automatic update feature and it would be wise to enable this feature so that updates are automatically installed when you connect to the internet.