How to Fix DLL Errors With Freeware
A Microsoft Windows DLL has data that is necessary to run various software programs. If a DLL file is defective, the software using the file will not open or run properly. DLL error messages can stem from a number of system issues, such as a bad program installation, registry issues and missing DLL files. You may receive error messages from numerous programs when a DLL is corrupt, because many programs use the same DLL. Running freeware to fix a DLL error is a viable alternative when you cannot repair the DLL manually.
Run Registry Repair 2.0
Visit the Regsofts website. Click “Download Now” to install Registry Repair 2.0.
Run the “RegpairSetup.exe” setup file. Click “Next” at the prompts and agree to the terms of Registry Repair 2.0. Click “Finish” to open the application.
Click “Start Scan” to find DLL errors on your system. Place a check by “Non-existent Shared Dlls” once the scan completes. Click “Fix Errors” to repair the DLL errors.
Run RegSeeker 1.55
Navigate the Regsofts website. Click “Download and use for free” to install RegSeeker 1.55.
Run the “RegSeejer.zip” setup file. Click “Next” at the prompts. Agree to the terms of RegSeeker 1.55, then click “Finish” to open the tool.
Click “Clean the Registry.” Allow the scan to detect and repair DLL registry issues. Reboot your system once the scan is complete.
Run ACleaner 3.5
Visit the Regsofts website. Scroll to the bottom of the page, and click “Download and use for free” to install ACleaner 3.5.
Save and run the “ACSetup” setup file. Click “Next” at the prompts, and agree to the terms of ACleaner.
Open the software and select “Registry.” Choose the Scan Registry option. Select the "fix errors" option once the scan is complete.