Mistakenly Deleting a DLL file
This may happen when a program is uninstalled/installed or you have tried to clean up space on the hard disk.
Overwriting DLL file
A recently application installation sometimes overwrites an existing DLL file with an incompatible or invalid DLL file.
A malicious program has deleted or damaged a DLL file.
DLL file is corrupted or crashed
A bad installation of a program corrupted one or more files causing the .dll errors.
Malfunctioning hardware such as a bad hard disk drive damaged the data on the drive, cuased the .dll file error.
Corrupted DLL entries in the Windows registry