Corrupt dll error on Winamp

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Hello

I am sure that I’m having problems through a corrupted .dll file.

Until now I've observed that it has affected Windows Photo Gallery as well as Win amp.

When I want to open these programs I get the following error message:

winamp.exe Bad Image

C:Windowssystem32WindowsCodecs.dII is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator or the software vendor for support.

OK
 

Please help.

Thanks in advance.

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Answered By 20 points N/A #97724

Corrupt dll error on Winamp

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1. Visit the DLL- files website and hit the Download hal.dll fixing. Clink on Save in the confirmation pop-up to start download.

2. Select  the downloaded ZIP  file enter to move the archiving usage on your machine and decompress the enter automatically.

3. Penetrate the decompressed DLL enter and then press Ctrl and C keys to copy  it.

4. Click on Start Menu, then to My Computer open C drive  to Windows and then the System32 folders. Push Ctrl and P  together to paste the DLL. Yes  to place the existing troublemaker DLL.

5. Go to Start and  select  Run type Regsvr32 C:WindowsSystem32hal.dll,  flick OK and then OK This ok will register the file. Restart your PC.

Answered By 10 points N/A #97725

Corrupt dll error on Winamp

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Just download the required .dll(windowscodecs.dll) files from the site below and install it whichever is required to get your applications run properly without any error.

Click on the link Download DLL file windowscodecs.dll” in the above site address.

Hope this will resolve your issue.

Answered By 20 points N/A #97726

Corrupt dll error on Winamp

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Thank you Amoyo Agustin and Heiley Paint.

I followed your solution by downloading the .dll codecs from the internet.

After the reboot, the pop-up error message no longer appears.

Thanks TechyV!

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