Windows DLL Errors

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by Barbara J. Feldman on March 21, 2006

Windows DLL (dynamic link libraries) are files used by application programs. Many of us don’t know anything about them until we get a pop-up error message announcing one is missing. Here’s a short list of sites that can help unravel the mystery: Microsoft’s DLL Help Database, Microsoft’s Knowledge Base, and DLL-Files which offers both free and paid help.


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