Missing dll error solution

Missing dll error solution

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1. Before you start the DLL installation, Repair Windows Errors and Prevent Crashing or Freezing with FREE PCFix.
2. After you download "*.Dll"(file extension dll) on your machine, copy it to
windows/system32/
3. Go to "start" ==> "run" and type "regsvr32 *.dll" to register the file to the system. 32 or 64 bit,no dlls is corrup!

Where should this file go?
Please copy it to windows/system32/


    
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Error Loading Type Library/DLL for Windows NT, 2000, and XP Users

Document ID: Q108186
Last Revised On: 3/19/2003

Problem

Setup failed to launch installation engine: Error loading type library/DLL
The InstallShield Engine (iKernel.exe) could not be launched.  Error loading type library/DLL

More Information

This issue may occur if one or more of the following files are missing from the Windows\System32 or WINNT\System32 folder:

  • stdole32.tlb
  • stdole2.tlb
  • stdole.tlb

Error Loading Type Library/DLL for Windows NT, 2000, and XP Users

Document ID: Q108186
Last Revised On: 3/19/2003

Problem

Setup failed to launch installation engine: Error loading type library/DLL
The InstallShield Engine (iKernel.exe) could not be launched.  Error loading type library/DLL

More Information

This issue may occur if one or more of the following files are missing from the Windows\System32 or WINNT\System32 folder:

  • stdole32.tlb
  • stdole2.tlb
  • stdole.tlb

Fix

The above stdole files should exist in the Windows System directory for the application to successfully install. The following steps explain how to locate the missing stdole files and extract them from either your computer's hard drive or the Windows Installation CD.

  1. Determine which stdole files are missing.
    1. Click Start > Find > Files or Folders.
    2. In the All or part of the file name field, type stdole*.tlb to search for the missing files.
    3. In the Look in field, click Drive C.
    4. Write down which files are missing. You will use the file names in the following steps.

       

  2. Extract the missing stdole files from a cabinet file using the Expand utility.
    1. Click Start > Run.
    2. Type CMD. Click OK.
    3. Change to the root folder of drive C, type cd\ or c:, and press ENTER.
    4. Insert the Windows Installation CD.
    5. Type expand cd_drive_letter:\i386\filename.tl_ drive:\Windows\system32\filename.tlb, and press ENTER, where cd_drive_letter is your CD drive, filename is the name of one of the missing stdole files (stdole32, stdole2, stdole) that you want to expand, and drive is the letter of the drive where Windows is installed. For example:

      expand D:\i386\stdole32.tl_ C:\Windows\System32\stdole32.tlb

    6. Repeat step 5 for each of the missing stdole files.
    7. Type exit.
    8. Restart your computer.
 
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