Error when you try to start MSN Messenger: this application has failed to start because d3dx10_41.dll was not found.
When I try to run MSN Messenger I get the following message is displayed:
"THIS APPLICATION has no PU START BECAUSE d3dx10_41.dll was NOT FOUND".
What should I do to fix this?
they will help you with your questions/problems Messenger when repost you the link below in the Messenger forums
I want to install yahoo messenger on my computer while the installation is the process this error message will appear (this application has failed to start because d3d9.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem). What d3d9.dll means? I try to re-intall this applications but same error message appear. Thank you! Any help or advice is appreciated.
D3D9.dll is Direct 3D 9 runtime and is located in the C:\Windows\System32 directory.
Follow these methods.
Method 1: Follow the steps in the article.
Problems installing and uninstalling programs on Windows computers
Method 2: Scan the file system (CFS) auditor to repair corrupted files.
Description of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 System File Checker (Sfc.exe)
Original title: error explorer.exe, Normaliz.dll is missing please help me about the issue.
I get the error "this application has failed to start because normaliz.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem"Please help me!
Well - so much for the expertise of committed Microsoft Support Engineer 'experts', but no answer to what I expected.
See how it works for you:
If you see a message like this:
Explorer.EXE - unable to locate component: this application has failed to start because Normaliz.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.
It is in the case Log:
Event type: Information
Event source: Application Popup
Event category: no
Event ID: 26
Application popup: Explorer.EXE - unable to locate component: this application has failed to start because Normaliz.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.
Start explorer.exe, but the normaliz.dll file. If explorer.exe is not able to run, you will not be able to do much with your system until the replacement of normaliz.dll.
You can click OK for errors and finished up in the Task Manager where you can try to fix it. The message can keep popping up from time to time, while you're fixing it, so just click OK to close the message.
If normaliz.dll is missing, you can copy it from a working system to the system afflicted with the same version of XP and Internet Explorer.
You will get a good copy and put it on a floppy disk, thumb drive etc and copy it to your system plagued by using Manager tasks.
The normaliz.dll file must be located in the c:\windows\system32 folder and therefore is not a Windows file protected, making the Microsoft Support Engineer 'experts' suggest running sfc/scannow, which is just another one of their prosecution of wild goose that will not work, he'll never work and it will only waste your time (and they don't tell you how to run either - if explorer.exe does not start).
Then engaged Microsoft Support Engineer 'experts' will offer to you develop a copy of the file from the XP installation CD you probably haven't, but it is also not on your XP installation CD, and you will have the same problem try their suggestions to 'try' to start in any any Mode without failure, so this will not help you. These "experts" seem to think that the Safe Mode boot or boot will replace magically missing files, but it doesn't.
You also will be able to properly run a browser on the system afflicted to go on Internet download one.
There is a large computer security risk in the normaliz.dll from some website download. The best idea is to get a copy of normaliz.dll from another computer that has the same version of XP and IE and replace it from a USB device (which you can access from the Manager tasks), or using a system that works, you can download one of my SkyDrive.
You can still use the Task Manager to run the system restore and bring it back, but I've never tried and never use SR in all cases.
If you have recently done a bunch of Microsoft updates, you may have also gotten IE8 so maybe that something was wrong here although the normaliz.dll is the same for each version.
When you see the error, you can click beyond it and eventually arrived at your screen background image where you can press CTRL-ALT-DEL to start Task Manager. TM, you can click file, new task, Browse and edit the menu drop-down "Files of type" to all files that you can see all the files in folders.
Go to c:\windows\system32 to see if normaliz.dll is really missing. If the error appears again while browsing, just click OK to get past it. The explorer.exe tries to run and cannot until the missing file is replaced.
If it's the only thing missing, you can get one from a working system of the same type as yours, copy on a Flash DRIVE or a floppy disk and always using TM, to browse, copy and paste it where it should be or you can download one of my SkyDrive.
TM, you can still access your thumb or any other medium the same disk by navigating, copy, paste, etc very well all work. You use TM to navigate to your thumb or floppy disk, copy the normaliz.dll good and then paste it in the c:\windows\system32 folder, where it is supposed to be.
If things get worse, just return to TM and remove the file back where you were in first place and continue troubleshooting.
Using a system that works, you can also download a copy of the file from my SkyDrive and put it on a floppy or USB thumbdrive and networks diskettes for the distressed system. Sandalenet means wear you the system afflicted by hand.
I downloaded a copy of XP Pro SP3 file you need on my SkyDrive (everyone has a SkyDrive for file sharing).
You can download it and when you do, place a copy of the file in these two folders (assuming that Windows is installed on your C drive):
Here is the link to my SkyDrive and you can get the file you need here:
When you see the files available for download, you can not see the file extension (.exe, .dll, .cpl, .sys, .zip, etc.), but when download you them they will have the right extension.
When you download the file (especially if you use Internet Explorer), when you get a chance to save the file, your browser is unable to save the file with an extension (by example, .exe, .dll, .cpl, .sys, .zip, etc) then you will need to manually add the extension appropriate to the file when you download the file before you save it.
You can download the file without the extension, and then rename the file to add the appropriate extension. You do not want to use a file called normaliz when the name of the file should really be called normaliz.dll (if the downloaded file has no extension, you will need to change the name of the file to add the appropriate extension to make it work.
You then put the downloaded files in the correct folders on your system.
That may not solve all your problems, but at least you will be spending this part and we can then fix the rest.
Original title: this application has failed to start because apphelp.dll was not found.
A window titled "mmc.exe - Unable to locate component" in the title bar, which includes the message:
"This application has failed to start because apphelp.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem. »
that appears when you access many of the 'administration tools' in the start menu. e.g. component, computer, event viewer Management Services, etc.
I'm afraid I accidentally deleted apphelp.dll when cleaning on other files. I found copies of apphelp.dll in following two tracks.
AppHelp.dll C:\WINDOWS\$NtServicePackUninstall$ 124KO Extension Application 09/08/2004
AppHelp.dll C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386 123KO Application Extension 04/13/2008
I tried Recuva, but he could not find the file.
How to re - install a such apphelp.dll suggested by the pop - up error message window?
I thought it would be something that began with "A".
For low overhead and free, think of Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE).
MSE and a regularly good scan with the definitions updates using MBAM and SAS (from post above) should keep you in good shape according to your Internet habits.
If I try to open all the files or download anything I get this message: could not locate component this application could not start because GD132.dll was not found, reinstalling the application may fix the problem. Ive done a scan and have no viruses, but I can't open anything my system restore does not work just intern it
Would you like to take a look at this link: http://pcsupport.about.com/od/findbyerrormessage/a/gdi32-dll-not-found-missing-error.htm
This forum post is my own opinion and does not necessarily reflect the opinion or the opinion of Microsoft, its employees or other MVPS.
original title: iertutil.dll problem
I have exactly the same problem as helpneeded1000. The message box that says: "this application has failed to start because iertutil.dll was not found. Re-install the program may fix this problem. "Get right after you start windows xp. It is constantly after I have trying to login or close. Shortcut buttons, start menu, everything on my desktop disappeared. I tried to open the box of the Task Manager by pressing Ctrl-alt-delete, but this is as far as going to my knowledge. Can someone help me solve the problem please? did askme to download any kind of things because I don't have any access at all.
In addition to the response of Naman R, please consult the link below if you are still having problems. Please follow the steps to Joselbarra and let us know the status.
When you start windows xp pro starts then stops and says this application has failed because iertutil.dll was not found
I recently did a full recovery on my pc. I'm running on Windows XP Pro. Since the resumption, I get this error at startup: this application has failed to start because uncdms.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix the problem. I don't find Windows Search in my Add/Remove programs. How can I uninstall it?HelloThe uncdms.dll file is associated with the Application of desktop search in Windows that is used to find and view an overview of the different types of files, such as documents, e-mail, photos and music files on a computer.
Methods of resolution:
I suggest you to download windows desktop search for additional and install.
I have no idea what to do about this error message: "sysdoc32.exe could start because stat.dll 532 not found." I'm not very computer. All I know is that I had to do a system recovery because the screen kept freezing, and often Internet Explorer has stopped. I ran all the scans for viruses, etc. and no problem there. So, what I do about the error message? Can someone guide me through the process very carefully and in detail?
You run to the recovery of the system using Hp Recovery Manager?
Update of security hung up during installation. I waited 12 hours for the update complete and nothing happened. Whe I reboot XP P4 syster, I get the Message from messageError: Winlogon.Exe could not locate component. This Application did not start because Comctl32.Dll was not found.
Re-installed SP3... Installed hard drive then... cloned old drive and new drive... After several updates, it seems to do very well. Tried several programs/operations and seems normal. One day turned but didn't have to build another system or this one back up. Thanks for the idea. F
Tried the boot failure, etc, but not good, were not the original windows disks
Title: BROWSEUI.dll was not found
I use Windows Vista Basic (build 6002 sevice pack 2) as widows try to open I get the message, cannot start Windows (explorer.exe Unable to locate component) then a message (this applicationfailed start because BROWSEUI.dll was not found, reinstall the hotfix applicationmay) it's folled by a message (windows explore stopped working) I'm then left with a blank screen bar none tasks or a desk top, the only way to access the internet is through the Manager tasks, but I have no access to windows
FYI: A moderator will pass this thread to the appropriate forum. The post belonged in the Internet Explorer forum. Please take note of the drop-down menus when you click on the link below. Thank you.
Do you have any friends who might copy the file browseui.dll from their Windows XP CD to a flash drive?
Have you tried to register browseui.dll?
- At the command prompt, place you in the %Windir%\System32 folder.
- Type regsvr32 browseui.dll/u, and then press ENTER.
- Type regsvr32 browseui.dll, and then press ENTER.
- Restart the computer
See the solution given here:
Whenever I try to open any application that is installed on my laptop, a message appears saying that "this application has failed to start because iertutil.dll was not found. He said little other than those.
This started after I tried to solve another problem on my laptop. Last night, I installed updates, before turning off my computer. This morning, my computer freezes completely after I turned it on. Finally, he stopped long enough to get a screen with the message of freezing "configuration of updates: stage 3 0f 3-0% complete, etc.» I tried to work around this problem by using a solution when searching online, I found the problem. The solution had me select 'repair your computer' when the laptop has been turned on. He had me open a command prompt and rename a file called pending.xml. Thereafter, I could connect fine, but then the problem iertutil.ll is born.
Almost everywhere I looked, I found only users of Windows XP with this problem and most of th proposed solutions require windows Explorer to work (which is between th many applications on my computer which is adamently refused to work). If you can help me, so I canassure you it will be greatly appreciated.
· What are the updates that you tried to install on the system?
Let us know the number of KB updates. Follow the steps mentioned in the link given below to check updates are installed on the system.
Install Windows updates
Problems with installing updates
Iertutil.dll errors are caused by situations that lead to the removal or corruption of the iertutil DLL file.
Apart from this, follow the steps mentioned below.
I suggest make a SFC (System File Checker) scan on the system and check if the problem is resolved.
a. Click Start, click principally made programs, accessories, right-click on command prompt and select run as administrator.
b. click on continue or provide administrator credentials if prompted.
c. in the type in the following command prompt window and press ENTER:
e. you should see the following message on the screen:
§ Begin the analysis of the system. This process will take time.
§ Beginning verification phase of system scan.
f. % verification complete.
g. once the scan is complete, a test to see if the problem you are experiencing is resolved or not.
For more information, see the article mentioned below.
I suggest you do a clean boot and see if the problem still occurs in clean boot mode.
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7
Note: when you have completed the installation, follow step 7 to start the computer in normal startup.
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This application has failed to start because uncdms.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem. How can I fix it? Kathy
The above explains the problem, my problem is I don't know what it's etymology comes. Is this windows software, or software from Microsoft or both? What is the name of the Application? Help, please! Thank you, Kathy
1 have you made changes to your computer recently?
2. When you get this error message?
The uncdms.dll file is associated with the Application of desktop search in Windows that is used to find and view an overview of the different types of files, such as documents, e-mail, photos and music files on a computer.
I suggest you to follow the steps and check if it helps.
Method 1: Uninstall and reinstall Windows Desktop Search
The uncdms.dll file is installed on your PC when you download the Windows Desktop Search application. Problems with this application's files can cause a missing uncdms.dll of error appears on your system.
To uninstall the Windows Desktop Search from your computer, you must complete the following two tasks:
Step 1: Remove Windows Desktop Search from the boot sequence
To do this, follow the steps below:
a. click on the start menu, click Run.
(b) in the Open box, type msconfig and press ENTER.
c. in the System Configuration Utility dialog box, click the Startup tab.
d. search and clear the check box for any option that is related to Windows Desktop Search or uncdms.dll.
e. restart your computer.
Step 2: Uninstall Windows Desktop Search applications
To uninstall the Windows Desktop Search using the Add / Remove Programs, perform the following steps:
a. click the start menu and select Control Panel utility.
b. double-click the icon Add / Remove programs.
c. in the Add / Remove Programs, locate and select the Windows Desktop Search.
d. press the button Delete.
e. restart your computer.
Method 2: I suggest do you an online scan and check.
Note: The data files that are infected must be cleaned only by removing the file completely, which means that there is a risk of data loss.
Just bought Assassins Creed 2 for PC, after installation, application could not start because d3dx9_42.dll was not found. This should have on the game disc or already on my computer. I am running windows vista and x 11 direct. Help, please!
Try this. found the site of anoter.
Resolution important note: not download the DLL d3dx9_42.dll individually from any "DLL download site. There are a number of excellent reasons that download dll of these sites is never a good idea.
Note: If you have already downloaded d3dx9_42.dll from one of these sites to download DLL, remove it from everywhere where put you it and continue with the following steps.
- Restart your computer if you have not already done.
D3dx9_42.dll error could be a stroke of luck and a simple restart could clear up completely.
- Install the latest version of Microsoft DirectX. Chances are, the upgrade to the latest version of DirectX will fix the d3dx9_42.dll not found error.
Note: Microsoft frequently publishes updates of DirectX without updating the version number or letter, so don't forget to install the latest version even if your version is technically identical.
Note: The same installation of DirectX program works with all versions of Windows including Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP and more. It will replace any missing file from DirectX 11, DirectX 9 or DirectX 10.
- Assuming that the latest version of Microsoft DirectX does not correct the d3dx9_42.dll error you receive, you are looking for a DirectX installer on your game or application DVD or CD. Usually, if a game or other program uses DirectX, software developers includes a copy of DirectX on the installation disc.
Sometimes, but not often, the DirectX version, included on the disc is a better fit for the program than the last version available online.
- Uninstall the game or software program and then reinstall it again. Something could have happened to the files in the program work with d3dx9_42.dll and a reinstall might do the trick.
- Restore the file since the last software package DirectX d3dx9_42.dll. If the troubleshooting steps above have not worked to resolve your d3dx9_42.dll error, try to extract the d3dx9_42.dll individually from the downloadable package of DirectX.
- Update the drivers for your video card. Is it is not the most common way, in certain situations, updating the drivers for the video card in your computer may correct this problem of DirectX.
MCP. MCDST. LVL 80
- Restart your computer if you have not already done.
Vista message mwlDaemon.exe error
At the start of Vista, I get the message "mwlDaemon.exe. - unable to locate component Application has failed to start because sysenv.dll was not found. Reinstalling may correct the problem"Question is how should I do this? Most programs work OK, but I think the problem might be preventing a backup is made.
· How long have you been faced with this problem?
· You did changes to the computer before the show?
Follow the steps below for a possible solution:
Method 1: I suggest you perform the clean boot and check.
How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7
Note: After troubleshooting, be sure to set the computer to start as usual as mentioned in step 7 in the above article.
Method 2: If the method above is not enough, you can try to uninstall and reinstall the application.
You can see the article for more information about the uninstall of a program.
Uninstall or change a program
Hope this information helps.
Hi and help,
searched the Web and found other discussions of the forum with similar questions.
Tried all suggestions, nothing worked. I'm not very good on the computer but you can find my way. In any case...
After connection messge pop messages - up in succession, similar to: TPSMain.exe cannot start because CpePerf.dll was not found then: TPSoddctl.exe cannot start because CpuPerf.dll not found
Computer works very well but Power Saver start is not automatic and can't select it from the Panel... "" Toshiba power saver does not work. "
so select the power options... "could not start because the CpuPerf.dll is not running.
Did all the research on the net and followed all the tips... i.e. unistall saving in safe mode, uninstall toshiba common utility can uninstall fatal error 0x7e
Then download Ccleaner, inspections, uninstall with Ccleaner same fatal error.
In support of Toshiba and tried to install Power Saver... same problem will not install.
Thus help help help if possible.
Computer works well but popping up messages are annoying and I'd love to sleep to extend battery.
Tried the system restore, even though I doubt that it affects the files... Another problem "cannot complete system restore"... tried this several times and cannot restore the system either... What is happening?
any help please
I think you can solve this problem, recover the laptop.
But that would mean that the whole HARD disk should be formatted and would be installed everything again, I put t know if this is an option for you
It turns out that something will not with the Toshiba Power Saver installed and, consequently, the popup message.
Usually new installation of GST should help. But it was not and I m wondering why
Maybe this is s question really an OS since system restore help (to the previous state) didn t
He s strange question right now I can suggest only a new recovery
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