What is rsvpsp.dll?
The rsvpsp.dll module is associated with the Windows Rsvp service provider that is used in Windows operating systems from Windows 2000 onwards.
By default the rsvsp.dll file is located in C:\Windows\System32 folder and its size is 90,112 bytes.
The following are a couple of the common Rsvpsp errors that occur on Windows 2000 servers, their causes, and solutions.
Error Message: ?An access violation occurs in Rsvpsp.dll?
Cause of the Error: Windows receives an asynchronous completion for a closed socket. The access violation error is generated when Windows attempts to process this socket.
Note: Microsoft has also released a hotfix for this specific problem. You can search the Microsoft database and download the hotfix.
Error Message: ?QoS Program Causes 100 Percent CPU Usage?
Cause of the Error: This error occurs due to a race condition in rsvpsp.dll.
Resolution: To fix this issue, you need to install the Windows 2000 Service Pack 2 on the system.
Why it is important to keep your operating system and software updated
Operating system and software manufacturers constantly release new updates to fix any security holes, bugs, or errors that may be present in their products. It is important that you regularly download new updates to beef up your system?s security and resolve any performance related issues.
Furthermore, ?to ensure your system?s security is never compromised, install reliable antimalware tools, such as STOPzilla Antivirus and Spyware Cease. Malware, such as virus, worms, adware, and spyware deliberately corrupt the DLL files by altering the codes embedded in them. As a result, a DLL error is generated every time an application, program, or operating system tries to execute the infected DLL.
Another source of recurring DLL errors is a corrupt system registry. The registry stores information regarding the DLL files and you may encounter frequent DLL errors in case these reference points are incorrectly modified or get corrupt due to malware infection. To ensure your registry?s good health and prevent DLL errors due to registry issues, scan your registry, using a reliable registry cleaning tool, such as RegServe. It is an advanced tool that allows you to perform custom registry scans to identify and fix DLL errors.