N/APosted on - 01/18/2012
On Windows Start-Up, I am getting the following error:
‘Error loading module–> C: WINDOWSmsmsetet.dll’.
I weekly run the CCleaner. I have also tried downloading some programs to solve this. But still I am getting the rundll32.exe error. Has anyone encountered this problem and solved it?Any help would be much appreciated.
Getting the rundll32.exe error on start-up in Windows
The *.dll files are used by windows to load programs, files and applications. In the event that there is a dll file that is missing or has been corrupted, then you are likely to get that error. The file may have got lost or corrupt by a spyware or a virus. To fix it, you will need to use the procedure below:
What you will need to do is locate Run Dll in the exe services using the following procedure:
You will need to open your Start menu on your computer,
And then click Run.
The command screen will open, and there you will need to type: services.msc
A Services Management window will open. You will need to drag the mouse to one of the services, and it will give you a detailed explanation of the service that has a problem. You will therefore have to right click that service.
And then you will Stop the "dll"service immediately.