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Shell32.dll USER32.dll Error

ALFRED SHARP asked on March 6, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

Shell32.dll USER32.dll Error On Windows 7 64 Bit

» Windows explorer crashes quite often when i cut files to my external hard drive no matter i am using right click or keyboard to perform the cut. From the problem report, most of the errors are due to SHELL32.dll and USER32.dll application version 6.1.7601.17567 on a windows 7 professional 64x platform.

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» Explorer.exe is normally a Windows based file required by your system. The actual disk location of this file is shown below, always verify your file is in the proper location if you think its suspicious, as many spyware(TrojanDownloader:Win32/Bulilit.A) or adware related programs use similiar names in attempts to fool you, but verifying the file location will make sure you have the proper file. This is a Windows program which will show on all pcs. Explorer.exe is for your desktop or for your explorer window, you can even terminate it to shutdown your desktop, and restart it up again if you wish. It will run automatically when you reboot.

whenever an exe file is initiated, it can call a DLL file to check whether the necessary space is available in your hard drive. It will also check if any similar code already exists in the system and then helps the exe file to only write the source code which is necessary in the system.

If you encounter an issue related to both exe file and dll file, normally it should be dealt with at the same time, and you can highly expect such a situation. That's why DLL Suite is invented. This suite has two built-in features of fixing exe virus infection and dll file problems, it works after removing the viruses with antivirus software.

DLL Suite allows you to free download missing Shell32.dll USER32.dll, or any other important dll files including .sys files and .exe files.

JENNIFER CLAYTON replied on March 12, 2013

All Answers:

  1. SEQUAYAH LAWSON replied on March 6, 2013: » I would suggest you to run a System File checker scan and check. Try performing SFC scan on the computer.

    a. Click "Start", click All "Programs", click "Accessories", right-click "Command Prompt", and then click "Run as administrator". If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or click "Allow"b. Type the following command, and then press ENTER: "sfc /scannow" (without the quotes) [The sfc /scannow command scans all protected system files and replaces incorrect versions with correct Microsoft versions.]

  2. ROBERT KELLEY replied on March 7, 2013: » If the issue is only confined with the external hard drive, I would suggest you to scan the hard drive for errors.
    Follow this step to do the same:

    a. Click Start
    b. Type: CMD, from the results, right click CMD->Click 'Run as Administrator'
    c. At the Command Prompt, type: chkdsk /r When you restart your system, your computer will be scanned for errors and attempts will be made to correct them.

    Note: While performing chkdsk on the hard drive if any bad sectors are found on the hard drive when chkdsk tries to repair that sector if any data available on that might be lost.

  3. ALFRED SHARP replied on March 8, 2013: » I have checked my external hard disk and no error is found on them. Is there any possible that it is some problem with the window's shell32 and user32?

  4. JAY TRESENRITER replied on March 9, 2013: » Method 1:
    I would suggest you to update the drivers and check. Visit the computer manufacturer for the latest drivers

    Method 2:
    If the issue still persists, then I would suggest you to perform an in-place upgrade or a repair install of the Windows operating system.
    Important: Make sure to back up all your date before performing the repair installation.

    Note: After performing In-Place Upgrade, your personal data and installed programs will not be removed but you may need to run Windows Update to install all the available updates for your system to update these system files to the current version.

  5. JOHN PHEICK replied on March 11, 2013: » The problem is possible with a system file. However can you uninstall the Google Toolbar and see if it helps.
    Also, to check for system file corruption, you run the System File Checker.

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