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FRANK SCHWAKHOFER asked on February 17, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

Run Dll c:\Windows\Dmdld40.dll

» I get run dll at start up cant load or find program c:\windows\dmdld40.dll I think its affecting computer memory and speed.

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» I have no clue what that file is, but there is an entry in your startup that is calling that DLL, which is not where it is "supposed" to be. The file may be part of a legit program that is broken or has been removed. It may be a reference to malware(Backdoor:Win32/Darkddoser.C) that your antivirus program blocked or removed.

DLL files are like modules that can be plugged into different programs whenever a program needs the particular features that come with the DLL. The original concept behind DLL files was to simplify things. It was recognized that there were many functions common to a lot of software. For example, most programs need to create the graphical interface that appears on the screen. Instead of having to contain the code to create the interface themselves, programs call on a DLL for that function. The idea is to have a central library where everyone can obtain the commonly used functions, as they are needed. This cuts down on code, speeds things up, is more efficient, etc. They are called dynamic links because they are put to use only when a program calls on them and they are run in the program’s own memory space. More than one program can use the functions of a particular DLL at the same time.

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MICHAEL LEE replied on February 23, 2013

All Answers:

  1. CAMREN COLEY replied on February 17, 2013: » Most likely a Malwares. viruses and Trojans are also known causes of dll errors which often inject system without your awareness. Once the malwares damage a registry entry then you cannot delete or edit it manually. They also disable file associations from running of some programs. If you failed to open an application and unexpectedly get a dll error message, then the malware is probably the cause..

  2. CLIFTON ANDERSON replied on February 17, 2013: » I would suggest you to check in clean boot mode and see whether the issue persists. A clean boot allows the Windows operating system to launch without any additional programs or services running when you turn the computer on. This allows you to determine if computer issues are caused by a program or service that starts up when you boot the machine. You can configure a clean boot from the computer's System Configuration window.

  3. DESIREE GUY replied on February 17, 2013: » After a careful checking, i found this file does not exist. If this is a legit file then it comes from a recent improper uninstallation of a program. If you have uninstalled a program lately, I suggest you do a search and delete all files from this program or reinstall the program to see if it solves your issue. If this is not a legit file you should do a scan.

  4. WILL BEATY replied on February 19, 2013: » I would suggest you to do an SFC (System file checker) scan on the system and check whether the issue still persists.

  5. W LITCHFIELD replied on February 22, 2013: » The higher the capacity of your computer memory the faster it will operate, to have a faster performance one needs to upgrade his computer memory to a higher version.

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