Want To Know How To Get Rid Of .dll Files In Your Device

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I am facing an issue with my system due to some .dll files due to which my system is not working properly. Also, they are making the performance of my system lower. How to get rid of dll files so that they do not affect my, system.

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Want To Know How To Get Rid Of .dll Files In Your Device

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The files with .dll extension are present in the system as they are connected to the windows. That is why, the error related to dll can appear in any of windows operating the system such as Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, etc. These files are important but sometimes makes trouble so, to manage these files, you should adopt some measures regarding how to get rid of dll files.

1.) Sometimes, restarting the computer can also remove dll error as sometimes the error is temporary. You can also avoid the error by not downloading the files with .dll extension.

2.) If you have accidentally deleted the dll files, then restore them.

3.) You should run a whole virus scan of your system. If still the error occurs, then reinstall the software which consists of dll files. You should also update drivers and the software present on your computer. In this way, this error can be minimised.

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Want To Know How To Get Rid Of .dll Files In Your Device

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If your computer frequently displays an error about a DLL file, check what application or software is indicated in the message. If no program is indicated in the title of the dialog, check the path of the file that causes the error in the error message to learn what program it belongs to. Once you find out the name of the program, just uninstall and reinstall that program.

This should fix the problem. If this doesn’t work, update it to the latest version. Visit the home page of the program and download the latest version. If the error message points to your operating system, try running the System File Checker utility. Click “Start,” “All Programs,” “Accessories” then right-click “Command Prompt” and select “Run as administrator” to start an elevated command prompt.

This is required only on Windows Vista and higher. For Windows XP, just click “Command Prompt.” In the command prompt window, type without quotes “sfc /scannow” then hit Enter. This will scan your computer’s protected system files and replaces incorrect versions with correct ones. Insert your Windows setup CD or DVD on your optical drive when you are prompted and continue.

When it is finished, close the command prompt then restart the computer. See if this works.

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