How do I fix Run DLL error messages on Window

August 12, 2011 at 00:04:48
Specs: Windows XP

I'm getting two error messages on Windows 7 start up:-

1. There was a problem starting C:\users\xxx\appdata\local\URESUBAS.DLL. The specified module could not be found.

2. There was a problem starting C:\users\xxx\appdata\local\CTRELI.DLL. The specified module could not be found.

I've run a full system scan with Norton internet security, but the problem is still there. How can I get rid of the error messages?


See More: How do I fix Run DLL error messages on Window

Report •


#1
August 25, 2011 at 02:04:07

Cannot Find Rundll32.exe Error Message

1 Search your drives and locate a copy of the file "Rundll32.exe" if you are receiving the error message, "Windows cannot find C:\Windows\Rundll32.exe. Make sure you typed the name correctly and try again." A copy of "Rundll32.exe" is likely found in the folder "C:/Windows/ServicePackFiles/i386."

2 Right-click the file and choose "Copy."

3 Navigate to the folder "C:/Windows/System32." Right-click in the folder and choose "Paste." If the file already exists, choose to overwrite it; it may have been corrupted.

4 Restart the computer.

Illegal Operation Error Message

1 Click "Details" if you've received the error message, "Rundll32--This program has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down." The message reports a "General Protection Fault" in module "MMSYSTEM.DLL."

2 Open "Notepad," or any text editor, and navigate to "C:/Windows/system.ini."

3 Add the line "drivers=mmsystem.dll" (no quotes), and save the file.

4 Restart the computer.

Error Message at Program Start Up

1 Reinstall a recently removed program if you receive the error message, "Error loading C:/Windows/System/filename.dll" when starting a program. If you have uninstalled a program incorrectly, a shared "dll" file may have been removed.

2 Open "Control Panel" and click "Add/Remove Programs."

3 Locate the program and click "Remove." During the process, a message may appear informing you of a shared file. Choose the option to keep the file.

4 Restart the Computer.

Error Message at Computer Start Up

1 Click "Start" > "Run" and type "msconfig" (no quotes) in the box if you receive the error message, "Error loading C:/Windows/System/filename.dll" when your computer boots up.

2 Click on the "Startup" tab, then choose "Disable All."

3 Restart the computer. If the error message does not occur, then the error is caused by a program in the "Startup" menu.

4 Repeat Step 1, and click the "Startup" tab. Click the first program's box to place a check mark.

5 Restart the computer. If the error does not occur, repeat Steps 4 and 5, adding checked programs until the error returns, isolating the program causing the error.

6 Reinstall, uninstall or leave that program off the start menu.

7 Restart the computer.


Report •

#2
September 20, 2011 at 19:53:16

STEP 1: IDENTIFY

The first thing you must do is to identify the specific rundll process. This is not a difficult task; there is a vast online process library in which you can evaluate the validity of the process that is running. When the error dialog box opens make not of the process name. For example if the dialog pops up and shows you the dll error:

Error loading C:WINDOWS\ system32\ usvdgpo.dll

Copy and Paste the dll or simply type it into the search box. The results will indicate that the program is a part of trojan spyware.

STEP 2: STOP THE PROCESS

Often you can locate the Run Dll in the exe services. You can open up your services configuration by following instructions below:
1. Open your Start menu.
2. Click Run
3. In the command screen type:services.msc
4. This will bring up the Services Management window. If you drag the mouse to one of the services. It will give you a detailed explanation of the service in question. By right clicking the individual service.
5.Stop the dll service immediately.


Report •

Related Solutions


Ask Question