Friday, May 16, 2014

Where is my "rtupdsvxet.dll" file?

Description:

A Dynamic Link Library (DLL) file is a type of executable file that, according to Microsoft, "acts as a shared library of functions." Most Windows users will never have to manually interact with a DLL file, but if you receive an error message related to a DLL file or one becomes corrupt, you can manually update the file via the Windows command line interface. Microsoft refers to this process as registering the DLL file

Solution:

  • 1. Unregister your currently problematic DLL file by clicking "Start" and typing "cmd" into the Search Programs and Files box if you're running Windows 7 or Vista. Windows XP users should select "Run" and then type "cmd" into the text box. This will launch the Windows command line interface.
  • 2. Type "regsvr32 --u <path>\<filename.dll>" at the command prompt where your cursor is blinking. Replace "path" with the location file and the file name with the name of the DLL file you need to unregister, for instance, "C:\Windows\problemdllfile.dll." Press "Enter."
  • 4. Click "Start," and then type "cmd" into the Search Programs and Files text box.
  • 5. Type "regsvr32 <path>\<filename.dll>" at the command prompt, followed by "Enter." This will register your new DLL file or re-register the existing file. Note that you may need to reboot your computer for the changes to take effect.
  • If the issue is still not fixed, it can be a very critical problem with your computer affecting your personal data and the Windows Operating System. You will have to chat with our Experts or you can check with your local technician to get the problems fixed with very high priority.


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