F.A.Q.

What Are DLL Errors?

DLL errors, which occur due to problems in DLL files on your PC, are some of the most common computer errors that you may come across on a Windows computer.  DLL, or Dynamic Link Library files are shared among different applications to perform common tasks, as well as communicate with other PC devices.

What Causes DLL Errors?

Dynamic Link Library files generate DLL error messages on your computer when there are missing, corrupt, or incompatible DLL files. They are commonly caused when DLL files are overwritten, accidentally uninstalled, or are corrupt. Other typical causes of DLL errors are spyware infections, driver conflicts, or other Windows registry problems.

Common Symptoms of DLL Errors

DLL errors commonly result in DLL related error messages and in many cases will not allow software programs to run or function properly. In addition, DLL errors can cause program lock-ups, slow PC performance, system freezes, shut down and startup problems, and installation errors.

How to Fix DLL Errors

Most DLL errors are easy to repair, while others require a more technical resolution. You can find a list of DLL errors on our sitemap. Also, it is highly recommended to run a DLL Error & Performance Scan in order to automatically detect DLL errors, repair them, and optimize PC performance.

How to Fix DLL Errors Related Spyware Problems

DLL files are common targets of spyware, often causing the DLL file to become corrupt. It is recommended that you sweep your system with an updated anti-spyware tool so that your system is spyware-infection free.

How to Fix DLL Errors Related Driver Problems

Some DLL errors are related to driver problems such as obsolete, outdated or incompatible drivers.  A driver update tool is recommended to scan your system for corrupted and outdated drivers and to ensure that all your drivers stay up-to-date.