Rundll Error – Easy fix

Are you disturbed by Rundll error? Usually this error comes with a pop-up on your screen saying something like a “specified module could not be found” or “the application failed to initialize properly”. Does this look like you already saw this? If this is the case then your PC is affected by annoying RUNDLL32 error. We will give you a little more information about what the RUNDLL32.exe error means, what causes it and i will tell you how to get rid of it!

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RUNDLL is an essential process that runs on your Windows PC, it’s no problem, if everything works as it is supposed to be. This process actually is normal system process and it is needed for your PC to operate properly. Sometimes it can happen that there are bad entries in your computer’s registry. The registry is the main database where you computer stores all data concerning to your programs and applications.

You see, while you work with your PC you will install and remove programs. Those programs add information to the registry and often this information is not properly deleted, or it is just plain wrong. The important registry in your computer becomes corrupted – the cause for the RUNDLL error! And then we are in for a lot of bad surprises: The error comes up at random times and prevents you from working properly. Programs will not work right, your computer might freeze and your games might crash. All caused by this RUNDLL32.exe problem.

Since this is such an essential and important part of your computer it is almost impossible to fix the problem manually – but there is help: You can use a registry cleaner tool. Only the registry cleaner can scan the registry and fix and repair the RUNDLL error, so please don’t attempt to fix “by hand” otherwise it might break your whole PC.

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