TPMAuth.exe error - Windows XP

Nice day!

I just updated my Dell ControlPoint Manager and after restarting, I met an error of TPMAuth.exe. It is said that TPMAuth.exe cannot be run because the file Tspl.dll is missing.

I don't know what means this error, and after clicking 'OK', my computer still seems to work very well.

I am aware that a man called Optarius has posted a similar request for Windows 7. I am a user of Win XP and I would like to ask for your help on how I can solve this problem.

Thank you very much.

If the .dll file is located in % windir%\system32, then you can do start-> run-> regsvr32% windir%\system32\Tspl.dll. otherwise, you may need to reinstall the software of the TPM module.

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