TONY BAKER asked on March 15, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Kdbsync.exe Error OpenCL.dll Missing
» When starting windows receive the error: Kdbsync.exe Error OpenCL.dll Missing, is there a fix to this?
What is OpenCL in the first place? It is a method to share both graphic card processor and central processor to perform tasks together. It is actually a cool feature, often used in intense software like video editing tools. The problem is, AMD chose to launch the service by adding a batch file to Windows startup, which is a medieval solution at best. The file fails to start, because most probably, you installed the Catalyst drivers in Custom mode and deselected AMDAPP SDK.
kdbsync.exe is in most cases component installed with AMD Graphics Card driver. This process is part of the AML, which is a collection of OpenCL media components for GPU shader assisted video compression, image related processing and post processing. Kbsync.exe probably uses resources from that SDK.So reinstall or repair the video drivers, enabling all the components this time, and the error should be gone.
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PETRUS BREDEKAMP replied on March 21, 2013
- GARY MELINO replied on March 15, 2013: » Click on this link:
Download & install it. (This is a safe reliable software). You can keep it for future use if you choose to.
1.after download completed, select autoruns & right click on it2.click on "extract here"3.on the extracted files, click on "autoruns" application select it & right click, and click on "open or run" & click OK or yes if ptompted by an administrator to finish the installation process.4.when that is completed, open or run "autoruns"5.on the open window click on "Everything" 6.on all the programs which said "File not Found" select each & every one of them, click one at a time...7.right click, & click delete & ok
- TONY BAKER replied on March 16, 2013: » GARY MELINO, I followed your directions and when the box open everything was already open and everything was checked already. I mean everything even the "file not found" boxes. Your directions werent really clear. Am I supposed to "unselect" everything then "reselect" the "file not found" boxes. Or do I "unselect" the "file not found" boxes? I don't think this one is right but I of course and not sure.
- GARY MELINO replied on March 16, 2013: » You dont have to alter the checkbox. Click on "each" that say "file not found" right click on it, and click delete & OK. (7.right click, & click delete & OK
It helped?) As seen on the instructions I already given!
- GRACE PROCTOR replied on March 18, 2013: » Copy the most recent of the 'OpenCL.dll' DLLs found to the same folder where kdbsync.exe resides (C:\Program Files (x86)\AMD AVT\bin in my case) rather than to folder system32.
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