If you are able to pin point the exact software, you can uninstall it from the system to resolve the error. If you are unable to get the right software but suspect it to be a recent software activity, you can run the System Restore utility to resolve this problem. System Restore will help you…

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At this point, it’s worth trying to unregister and re-register the DLL file. This forces Windows to “forget” the DLL for a moment and re-establishes the component, which can fix the issue. As with most troubleshooting, rebooting should be what you try first. If you’re lucky, your issue is just a minor glitch and a…

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