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Rpcqt.dll missing

J ULRICHSHOFER asked on January 5, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

How to Fix Rpcqt.dll not Found in Startup

» I have vaio laptop. when my computer startup,error massage is shown that is Rpcqt.dll is missing / was not found. Rpcqt.dll not found in startup means what?how can i resolve this?


Best Answer

» Probably you are being annoyed by the pop-up message Rpcqt. dll missing, not found in the course of entertainment or work, and Windows will not stop doing so until you fix the dll error.

At the very beginning, you would be at a loss of what to do with it. The fact is that a computer tends to report not the whole of a problem to you, but just the first issue that makes it stop. In this case: a missing Rpcqt.DLL file. So you need to figure out what the actual problem is, that is to do troubleshooting and locate the real issue.

The causes can range from removing an installed software to a bad sector or corrupt disk to installation of a new software, or caused by a virus such as Trojan:Win32/Boaxxe.E, so on and so forth. What is more important, dll files are so mysterious that even a veteran of computer may be puzzled by the error in them. If you are just computer novices and do not know any computer professionals on the other hand, it is strongly recommended to use a professional repair tool to fix a Rpcqt..dll error easily. In this case, you may consider DLL error fixer DLL Suite, which is specially designed to diagnose and repair this kind of error. It contains up-to-date dll files for Windows and makes you feel free of fixing the error in any dll file.

Download DLL Suite, install and run > Click Download DLL - Free menu > click Start Scan & Download DLL - Free button, choose your needed DLL > click More Information > click Download button from the open web page.

And Click Dashboard menu and > Click Scan DLL Errors button > Click Fix DLL Errors button after the scan. And all the problems are fixed.

HOWARD KOZIARA replied on January 11, 2013


All Answers:

  1. JEFFERY OLSON replied on January 5, 2013: » This a Malware issue, which can later on crash your computer. i do not know whether it works for all machines but try the below steps: Delete the system registry key parameter "rpcqt.dll" created. How to do it ? Go to Start -> Run -> type "regedit"...

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Software -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Current Version -> Run and RunOnce. Delete "Video Library" from those directorys

  2. J ULRICHSHOFER replied on January 5, 2013: » thanks sir it really helps me, now when my system start,system does not show this kind of problem

  3. SCOTT POIKONEN replied on January 6, 2013: » The last time I deleted it my entire computer crashed... I had to restore it. But now, it's happening again. And i don't want to take the risk and crash my computer again. Is there any other solutions?

  4. LASHELL BAKER replied on January 7, 2013: » If you need to delete or overwrite a system file in Windows 7 or Vista, you’ll quickly notice that you cannot delete system files, even as administrator. This is because Windows system files are owned by the TrustedInstaller service by default, and Windows File Protection will keep them from being overwritten.

    Thankfully, there’s a way that you can get around this. You need to take ownership of the files, and then assign yourself rights to delete or modify the file. For this, we’ll use the command line.

    Open an administrator command prompt by typing cmd into the start menu search box, and hit the Ctrl+Shift+Enter key combination.

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