Here is a list of the most common DLL errors that pc users see right now with links for easy-to-follow, step-by-step solutions that anyone can handle!
1. D3dx9_43.dll (Not found D3dx9_43.dll)
“D3dx9_43.dll Not Found” and “D3dx9_43.dll is Missing” are often caused by DirectX errors. You will usually get the d3dx9_43.dll error when starting some video games or advanced graphics programs.
2. Xinput1_3.dll (Missing Xinput1_3.dll)
The Xinput1_3.dl error is similar to the d3dx9_43.dll error, which I said above. This fix usually involves reinstalling DirectX or updating the video, audio, or game drivers.
3. Hal.dll (Missing or Corrupted Hal.dll)
“Missing or corrupt hal.dll” error and other hal.dll errors as boot.ini or hal.dll file problems usually cause it. This error message usually appears as “Windows could not start because the following file is missing or damaged – Windows root system32 hal.dll. Please reinstall a copy of the file above ”.
4. Kernel32.dll (Invalid Page Error in Kernel32.dll)
“Explorer causing invalid page error in Kernel32.DLL module” is the most common kernel32.dll error message you will see. The Kernel32.dll error is usually caused by software programs that are accessing your system memory areas incorrectly.
5. Ntdll.dll (Unknown Hard Error Ntdll.dll)
In most cases, the ntdll.dll error is caused by software programs, not the operating system. Common error messages include “STOP: C0000221 hard unknown error SystemRoot System32 ntdll.dll”, “NTDLL.DLL Error!” and others.
6.Ieframe.dll (Res: //ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm#)
Ieframe.dll issues are often seen in two ways – “Res: // ieframe.dll / dnserror.htm #” or “File Not Found C: WINDOWS SYSTEM32 IEFRAME.DLL” and can be caused by many different facilities Problems.