Fixing DLL Errors and How to Prevent Them From Happening.

DLL errors are a small but potentially significant problem for many users. “What are DLL errors?” is the first question many people ask when they hear about DLL errors. The short answer is that DLL errors occur when you try to load an external database from your computer or a file on your hard drive into your Microsoft Office application, such as Word or Excel. They can cause problems with program operation, and in some cases can even crash your computer.
To fix errors, you need to understand what types of problems they can cause, and how to fix them.

How do you fix DLL errors?
DLL errors happen when a program you have installed on your computer is unable to start properly. They can occur because of issues with your system, or they can be caused by something else entirely.
Why do DLL errors happen? There are several reasons why you might stumble across DLL errors. The most common ones are:
1) You used the wrong set of DLLs for your operating system.
2) You’ve been using an outdated version of Windows installation software.
3) The DLL files were corrupted during installation.
4) Your registry was damaged, causing the DLLs to become corrupt and won’t work correctly anymore.
Depending on which version of Windows you’re running, there can be several different sets of DLL files installed in your computer at any given time. For example, if you’re running Windows 7, there may be four sets of files installed: one set for each operating system platform (Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10). If you install a program that requires different versions of those same files, it could cause your computer to crash and lock up – or even worse – make things worse! To prevent this from happening again in the future, remove any unnecessary programs.