How To Fix Core.dll Errors
Reader Question: “Hi Wally, How do I fix the Core.dll error, it restarts my computer.”- Tylor R., USA
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Wally’s Answer: There are several different ways that core.dll errors can show up on your computer. Here are some ways in which core.dll errors might appear:
What does the Core.dll error look like?
- “Core.dll Not Found”
- “The file core.dll is missing.”
- “Cannot find [PATH]\core.dll”
- “This application failed to start because core.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem.”
- “Cannot start [APPLICATION]. A required component is missing: core.dll. Please install [APPLICATION] again.”
When does the Core.dll error appear?
Core.dll error messages might appear while using or installing certain programs, when Windows starts or shuts down, or maybe even during a Windows installation. It is very helpful to know anything that might be causing it to appear.
Causes of Core.dll error
Sometimes a malicious program or some other scenario may lead to its removal. The cause of the core.dll error might be a virus, malware, a registry problem or a hardware failure.
How To Fix Core.dll Errors
Note: Start Windows in Safe Mode to complete any of the following steps if you’re unable to access Windows normally due to the Core.dll error. \n
- Restore Core.dll from the Recycle Bin - The simplest reason for a “missing” Core.dll file is that you’ve mistakenly deleted it.
- Recover the file - If you are sure that you deleted it and emptied the Recycle Bin as well, then you could restore it using a data restore utility. The recovery of your file depends on the amount of activity on the disk partition after deletion of the file.
- Run a virus/malware scan - Install an anti-virus or an anti-malware software, and scan your whole computer. If a virus or malware caused the error then removing it might solve the problem.
- Use System Restore - Use it to undo recent system changes. If you suspect that the Core.dll error was caused by a change made to an important file or configuration, a System Restore could solve the problem.
- Reinstall the program - Reinstall the application that is giving this error.
- Update the drivers - If it is a hardware issue. Note: The Core.dll file may or may not be related to video cards – this was just an example. The key here is to pay very close attention to the context of the error and troubleshoot accordingly.
- Roll back a driver - If updating a driver caused the problem.
- Run the sfc /scannow System File Checker command - Do this to replace a missing or corrupt copy of the Core.dll file. If this DLL file is provided by Microsoft, the System File Checker tool should restore it.
- Install Windows updates - Many service packs and other patches replace or update some of the hundreds of Microsoft distributed DLL files on your computer. The Core.dll file could be included in one of those updates.
- Repair Windows installation - If the individual Core.dll file troubleshooting advice above did not fix the problem, performing a startup repair or repair installation should restore all Windows DLL files to their working versions.
- Registry Cleaner - Scan your computer with a registry cleaner utility such as WinThruster to repair Core.dll related issues present in the registry.
- Perform a clean installation of Windows - A clean install means to erase all data on the hard drive before installing Windows again. If all else fails. This might still work. You should back-up your documents, bookmarks, videos etc before doing this.
- Hardware Check - If the problem persists after a clean Windows installation, then Run a diagnostic check of your hard drive and memory. You can run the built-in diagnostics utility of your computer by referring to the manual. You may also find a free diagnostic utility online. If a severe problem is discovered in the diagnostic test, replace the hard drive or memory as soon as possible. · Troubleshoot for a hardware problem if any Core.dll errors persist. After a clean install of Windows, your DLL problem can only be hardware related.
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