how to repair dll errors ?

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July 26, 2011 at 16:25:25
Specs: Windows XP, 3.192 GHz / 3710 MB
Everytime I Start up my Desk Top I get the following dll errors...khedde,nnopmm,ddbccc and rqrrpn Specified module could not be found.

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July 26, 2011 at 16:54:23
A symptom of malware
Search these for nnopmm.dll

A symptom of malware.
Search this for rqrrpn.dll

Nothing found for
khedde.dll and ddbccc.dll

Are you SURE you typed those right ?

If yes, some malware generates *.dll files with random names

Have you un-installed some malware before you got these errors ?

If yes, if you used an anti-malware program to do that, it DID NOT do a good job of removing Registry entries for that malware !

There are lines left behind in the Registry that are trying to load those *.dll files, that are not present on the hard drive anymore.

You could download CCleaner from the web, install it, and have it search the Registry (for useless entries) - Removing what it finds will remove) the (useless) Registry entries that are causing those messages.

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July 26, 2011 at 17:09:23
Malware...Never thought of that one !! I'll try CCleaner...Thanks Sooo Much for your Help !! ;)

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July 26, 2011 at 18:37:53
CCleaner doesn't remove malware. You need MalwareByte's Anti-Malware.

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July 26, 2011 at 19:10:24
The error messages "Specified module could not be found." are probably due to the named *.dll files NOT being on the hard drive. CCleaner should work fine.

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August 10, 2011 at 00:13:58
Fixing the problem doesn't have to be complicated. The first thing you need to know is that the error message is telling you that a particular file is either missing components or has been corrupted by something else. You can actually highlight and copy the file name that is listed in the DLL Error message and then paste it in a search engine query to see if you can simply replace it with one that is intact.

Malicious software likes to target DLL files because of the access it grants them to different areas of Windows, so sometimes the file the DLL Error points to has been corrupted by a virus. Obviously, your security software could take care of the problem too.

Finally, the DLL Error is often the result of registry issues, which are a result of plentiful changes to your operating system, like when you install and uninstall programs. When you do this, it can change and sometimes completely remove files in the DLL, which of course affects every other program that tries to use it. You can fix this problem by updating your registry using registry software, which is very similar to running Windows Disk Defragmenter.

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