Archive for March, 2010

How To Fix Xvidcore.dll Not Found Error

Friday, March 19th, 2010

The “XvidCore.dll not found” or “XvidCore.dll is missing” error is a very common error for Windows. If often appears when you try and play a movie which needs to run the XVid Codec, and your PC is unable to find the file it needs. Fixing this error is pretty straightforward but there are some complications you may need to be aware of.


Steps To Repair The “Flash.ocx Not Found” Error

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

The Flash.ocx error is a very common issue for people who have Adobe Flash installed on their computers. The Flash.ocx error is derived from the “Flash Player” component of the software, which is used to show animated & interactive websites.  The Flash.ocx error can be highly annoying and it’s actually very easy to fix.


How To Fix “Ac1st16.dll” Errors

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

The “Ac1st16.dll not found” error is a common DLL error that appears at random times when you are trying to use your computer. The Ac1st16.dll file is associated with “Autodesk, inc” ObjectdDBX software program and this guide should show you how to stop this for good.


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Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

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Fix Your DLL Errors With A DLL Repair Tool

Use A DLL Repair Tool To Fix Your PC

Most DLL errors are caused by the "registry database" of Windows.
This is a storage facility for all the files, settings and options that Windows uses to help it run. The problem is that there is a large list of DLL files your software uses to run - this list is highly important but is continually being damaged, causing the errors you're seeing. You can easily fix this problem by using a "registry cleaner" program to repair any registry errors your system has.