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Top Tips To Avoid DLL And Other Computer Errors

Friday, 18 September 2009

While computing technology has been progressing by leaps and bounds, not enough efforts have been made by the computer companies to educate customers about how to deal with problems associated with computers and their applications. Many computer users continue to remain blissfully ignorant to their role and responsibilities as computer owners. They are not made aware of the fact that they can easily avoid majority of computer errors by performing some simple preventive maintenance steps at regular intervals. Perhaps, it suits IT companies perfectly, if users continue to remain ignorant and spend more money on repairing errors and buying new computers.

Here are some top tips that will not only help you avoid a vast majority of computer application errors including DLL errors, they will also optimize your computer’s performance and increase its life.

Tip # 1: Keep Your PC Free From Virus and Spyware Infections – These infections are the most common cause computer errors. To check them, it is essential that you have robust antivirus and antispyware tools on your computer. You need to keep these tools updated with latest malware definitions to ensure that the tools are ready to combat the latest infections.

Tip # 2: Keep Your Operating System and Other Software Updated – A majority of computer errors, such as AOL missing Xprt5.dll application error may occur if you have outdated or old versions of program on your computer. You can easily ensure updated Windows and other Microsoft-related products by keeping Automatic Update feature in your Windows always enabled. For third-party software products, you may either use the update feature that comes along with the products or download new updates from manufacturer Web site. To keep the drivers updated, you may use an efficient driver scanner and update tool to automatically do these tasks for you.

Tip # 3: Install Software From a Reliable Source: Errors, such as missing d3dx9_27.dll error may occur when certain program files are not installed or copied on your computer. This is why, before installing a software from a disk, you must ensure that the disk is not scratched or damaged. Also, when downloading a software from the Internet, you must do so only from a fast connection to avoid broken and incomplete downloads.

Tip # 4: Maintain a Clutter-free and Contiguous Hard Disk: To have a high performance and error-free computer, it is essential to have a hard disk that is free from unwanted data:

  • Use Add or Remove Programs or a third-party program uninstaller tools to remove the programs you don’t use.
  • Use the Disk Cleanup tool in Windows to get rid of unwanted junk files scattered all over the disk.
  • Use the Disk Defragmenter tool in Windows to analyze and defrag the fragmented data to make it contiguous.

Tips # 5: Maintain a Healthy and Compact Registry: Many computer errors, such as Microsoft Office 2007 owssupp.dll error may occur if a related registry entry is corrupt. To fix registry entries, you may use a reliable registry repair tool. These registry repair tools are easy to use because they automate the task of scanning the registry for errors and fixing them. Many registry tools also enable you to defrag the registry. This further helps in compacting the registry files and optimize them for better performance.

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