Archive for July, 2012

How to Remove the e1.dll Virus

Monday, July 30th, 2012

It’s not a secret that viruses and malware can seriously harm any computer. That’s why users invest in security software and watch out for any suspicious activity. But sometimes viruses mask themselves as legitimate files. That makes them difficult to spot and increases the risk of infection.

What is e1.dll?

E1.dll is a particularly nasty piece of malware. Most of the time it infect the %System% folder, which makes it very difficult to spot and remove. When a computer is infected with e1.dll, the file runs on system startup and interferes with normal system work. In most cases, the e1.dll file is a worm that infects the system registry. The most common worm that uses e1.dll is W32.Stration.AT@mm – a worm that collects email addresses from the infected computer and uses them for mass mailing. (more…)

How to Fix D3d11.dll Errors – D3d11.dll Error Fix

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

D3d11.dll is a file that belongs to DirectX and is very important for running some games. D3d11.dll problems are known to occur with DirectX 10 and DirectX 11. When you get a d3d11.dll error, your game stops working properly and often crashes. Worse still, quite often the faulty dll file will cause your computer to crash and reboot along with the game. Luckily, there are several d3d11.dll fixes you can try.

Reinstall the game that causes the problem

In most cases the d3d11.dll errors happen because a game installation is corrupt. This is especially true for newly updated games and games that required a DirectX update. Sometimes the dll file becomes corrupt during the update, which causes the whole game to crash. Reinstalling it using an installation file from the game manufacturer usually fixes the problem. Here is what you need to do  to reinstall the game and fix d3d11.dll: (more…)

Recommended DLL Repair:

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.