The ieframe.dll (Internet Explorer Frame) is a file used by Internet Explorer, and is used to translate HTML code into viewable web pages. The file is an integral part of the Internet Explorer application, and is used continually whenever you browse the Internet. Not many people know this, but web pages are all designed with “HTML” (hypertext markup language), which is then translated into viewable web pages when you view the Internet. This IEFrame.dll file is used to convert the HTML code to the pages you see on screen, however it can often be damaged or corrupted – preventing your PC from being able to read it.
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The advrcntr2.dll file is associated with the ‘Nero’ application – a video editing, music compilation, backup and CD burning software. The advrcntr2.dll is used to sync the Nero application with the CD burning process but some users have reported seeing error messages and various information detailing the advrcntr2.dll file. The errors which this file causes are generally triggered by the way in which your PC will attempt to read the file – Windows will often either damage or corrupt the file, preventing your computer from being able to read it correctly. It’s also the case that Windows will often damage the installation of Nero, preventing it from loading up properly.
The SQLite3.dll file is used by the SQLite Database Library software from sqlite.org. The file’s purpose is to process various amounts of data for the MYSQL system, allowing the database to process large batches of information. As MySQL is a database management system it is vitally important that the SQLite Database Library program has the SQLite3.dll file so it can process its data correctly… however, a big problem for Windows computers is that this file will somehow become damaged or corrupted – leading various errors to show. If you’re seeing SQLite3.dll errors appearing on your system, you should resolve the problems by using the steps outlined below.
The Oemdspif.dll is used by the ATI graphics driver interface to help load up several advanced features of the GUI of the driver, allowing your PC to run much smoother and more effectively as a result. Although this file is continually being used to help ATI-enabled computers to run smoothly, it’s continually leading to a large number of errors & problems which will stop your PC from being able to run the software & features you want. If you are seeing errors caused by oemdspif.dll, you need to repair the various problems that can cause it to show.
Wmvcore2.dll is part of the Microsoft Windows Media Services Program, and is used to help process vital features inside the Windows Media Player application. This file will be used continually to help your computer load up various vital files that it requires to run media player, and the errors you’re seeing will need to be repaired by first reintalling this program and then fixing any potential problems that Windows may have for it.