Below is a list of troubleshooting steps to resolve your problems.
These troubleshooting steps get progressively more difficult and time consuming, so we strongly recommend attempting them in ascending order to avoid unnecessary time and effort.
Other times, file errors could be related to issues in the Windows registry.
Broken DLL file references can prevent your DLL file from registering properly, giving you a error.
These broken registry keys can be as a result of a missing DLL file, moved DLL file, or an leftover DLL file reference in your Windows registry from an unsuccessful software installation or uninstallation.
More specifically, these errors can be caused by: Caution: We do not recommend downloading from "DLL download" sites.
If you want to print a document in another program, Adobe Acrobat for example, that same printer DLL file will be used as well.
Because they are shared files, DLL files exist outside of the software application itself.
If you require a copy of cddbmusicidwinamp.dll, it is recommended that you obtain it directly from Gracenote, Inc..
DLL ("dynamic link library") files such as are small programs, similar to EXE ("executable") files, which allow multiple software programs to share the same functionality (eg. For example, let's say you are running Windows Vista and editing a document in Microsoft Word.
The DLL file that controls printing does not need to load unless it's function is needed - eg. When you select "Print", Microsoft Word calls the printer DLL file, and it is loaded into memory (RAM) at that time.
When you install software that uses the dependency, the software should automatically register the file for you.
In some cases your DLL file may not register properly, and as a result, will provide a "not registered" error.