Are you getting “Something went wrong booting the C: Windows System32 LogiLDA.dll error” on your Windows 10 PC? In this guide, we will see how to fix this error.

Error ”There was a problem booting C: Windows System32 LogiLDA.dll. C: Windows System32 LogiLDA.dll is not a valid Win32 application.“It appears right after starting the desktop.

The LogiLDA.dll DLL file belongs to the Logitech Download Assistant software that automatically downloads with Windows. Logitech Download Assistant software is installed when installing Logitech Setpoint or other Logitech software for the keyboard or mouse. Logitech Download Assistant is responsible for automatically checking and installing the latest Logitech keyboard and mouse drivers on your PC.

The error is likely because the software is incompatible with Windows 10, and the file is corrupted. A quick web search revealed many users encountered this error after installing a major update for Windows 10.

If you are also getting “There was a problem starting C: Windows System32 LogiLDA.dll”, you can try the following solutions to fix the error.

Method 1: Disable Logitech Download Assistant on startup

Step 1: Open Task Manager. There are many ways to open Task Manager. The easiest way is to use the keys Ctrl + Shift + Esc.

Step 2: Open the full version of Task Manager by clicking More details.

Step 3: Switch to the Startup tab. Right-click on Logitech Download Assistant and click Disable to prevent it from loading with Windows.

This will fix the error. Please restart your PC once to make sure that the error no longer appears on your PC.

Method 2: Delete the Logitech Download Assistant entry from the start

While we may manually remove the Logitech Download Assistant item at startup, we are using the popular free version of CCleaner for your convenience.

Step 1: Download CCleaner, install the same and run it.

Step 2: Navigate to Tools > Startup. Select the Logitech Download Assistant entry and then press the Delete button to delete the entry.