How to fix run.dll errors for free

Written by tyran dewalt
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Run.dll errors arise on your computer system when a DLL file is missing or corrupt. Repairing a run.dll error requires troubleshooting a software application, missing and damaged files, and a corrupt registry. A number of applications may not work if run.dll errors appear, because many programs can run off a single DLL simultaneously. The sooner you fix the DLL errors, the quicker you can get back to a workable system.

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    Identify the damaged "rundll" process. For example, if the error message reads: "Error Loading C: Win/System32/ d3drm.dll," then d3drm.dll is the corrupt DLL.

  2. 2

    Navigate to the DLL Dump website. Search and download the DLL file that is causing error messages to the desktop.

  3. 3

    Press the Windows key, and type "C:Windows/System32" in the "Start Search" or "Run" field. Press "Enter."

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    Drag the DLL file from the desktop to the System 32 folder. Choose "Yes" to replace the damaged file.

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    Press the Windows key, and type "regsvr32 *the name of theDLL" in the "Start Search" or "Run" field. Press "Enter" to register the file.

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