If you're getting a missing DLL file error similar to this then, don’t stress, most people will get this error sometimes in their life. So, it’s a typical Windows error and it usually happens when you uninstall something or if you’ve got a load of application that you're always installing and uninstalling then, some apps will delete DLL files that other applications need to load. And typically this is done when they’re uninstalled and they delete DLL and then another file needs them.
Now typically—well, this is an example of a DLL file all that is a library file that applications use when they load, when they run and it just stores code or other program functions. Now, the way that you would go about fixing that is by either finding the program that you uninstall that removed the DLL file and then reinstalling that or you could search the net for the particular DLL file that’s missing. Bare in mind that they may be different version of that file on the net and you might need and all the version or newer version than what you find. So, that can cause problems and also some DLL maybe named the same as what another application uses.
So, the best option is to do a registry stand and that will actually fix the entry and the registry, which is causing this missing DLL file error. Now, to do that you go to www.bestregistryclean.com and you can do a free scan there. So, this is the first options that I would recommend if you're getting a missing DLL file. This software will download to your machine and you can just run the free scan and it will pick up your missing DLL file error, clean up from the registry and you should have normal problems.