Dll errors are one of the most common types of computer errors. They are also the most difficult to troubleshoot. If you’re seeing a message on your computer screen that says unable to load dll, chances are your registry may be to blame. There are 2 steps you can take to correct this issue. The registry is where all the references to installed applications are stored. Sometimes, other applications overwrite important entries in the registry database belonging to the original application. If this happens you can do the following:
1.Uninstall the application and restart. By uninstalling the application you are allowing the registry to be refreshed with new accurate references to the specified dll. An uninstall should always be followed by a restart, no ifs, and or buts. The registry will not be rewritten and updated unless you restart.
2.Reinstall the application. Once the install completes, try opening the application again. If you’re still seeing unable to load dll error, chances are the application had what’s called a dependency. There is no easy way to find what dependency is missing. Therefore, you’ll have to scan your computer for missing or invalid registry errors to solve this issue.
Luckily, there are a wide range of products on the market that can quickly fix your registry without much effort. Even better, you can try them out for free. One of the best registry cleaners on the market is a program called ErrorFix. Judging from my experience with the software, it will fix virtually any dll error you may be having.