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May 9, 2011 at 12:50 am #86378

tousan102
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Rundll errors are driving me nuts! How can I get rid of them?

May 9, 2011 at 1:05 am #90021

W7NOmoronovo
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rundll32.exe is a program crucial to windows operation. It allows code stored in .dll files to be run directly, without needing to be called through an external application first.

However, this has led many people to believe that rundll32.exe itself is the cause of many errors related to the running of dll’s… In order to help you solve your problem, we would need to know the .dll it was trying to run, and from there, get you to find the developer of it and complain to them to get the issue fixed.

Can you give us more information about the specific error you’re encountering?

May 12, 2011 at 6:33 am #90033

Sangy
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[align=left:3v1e6cdq]The rundll error mainly faced by some from of spyware or virus and corrupted windows registry. To fix the rundll error you must learn the function of registry as it is responsible for holding the information about updates, installations, un-installations and so on. There are some websites which provides free anti-virus software and that can give you some on-line tips to fix the problem. Don't forget to note down the type of error that you are facing.[/align:3v1e6cdq]

May 27, 2011 at 3:56 am #90070

milloznie
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If you want a way on how to fix rundll error free, download a registry cleaner. It will clean out your registry, helping you get rid of rundll errors. You can also try simple ways such as rebooting your computer and uninstalling and reinstalling a program.&nbsp; <!– s;) –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink" /><!– s;) –>

June 2, 2011 at 10:05 am #90082

kristain
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Hi,

This problem could have happened due to an incorrect program removal procedure. You can hence try to fix it by installing the program that has been removed and to correctly uninstall it either with the Uninstall option proposed by the program itself or through the Add/Remove feature found in the Control Panel menu.

&nbsp; &nbsp; 1. Go to the Start menu and open Control Panel
&nbsp; &nbsp; 2. Select Add/ Remove program option and locate the program that you want to remove and click Remove.
&nbsp; &nbsp; 3. When the procedure is over, delete any shortcuts that could have stayed and empty the Recycle Bin.
&nbsp; &nbsp; 4. Reboot your system

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