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Dll file have error

After i sucessfully reformat my computer and sucessfully install a lot of games when i reboot my computer some error occurs...
a missing dll file like normaliz.dll,wininet.dll,newdev.dll...

how will i fix it?

thanks!

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To fix dll error, you need to download a copy of dll file to replace the old or missing one. But it is not always the case, sometimes it is complicated and inconvenience to fix dll error manually as the related registry entries of the old file has been damaged or gone corrupt. We recommended to download special-designed Error Fix Software -- Advanced PC Tweaker to help repairing Windows registry and fixing Dll errors automatically and professionally. A compact and clean registry not only greatly reduce the system errors but also brings you a much better and stable PC performance.

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    To fix dll error,
    you need to download a copy of dll file to replace the old or missing
    one. But it is not always the case, sometimes it is complicated and
    inconvenience to fix dll error manually as the related registry entries
    of the old file has been damaged or gone corrupt. We recommended to
    download special-designed Error Fix Software -- Advanced PC Tweaker to
    help repairing Windows registry and fixing Dll errors automatically and
    professionally. A compact and clean registry not only greatly reduce the
    system errors but also brings you a much better and stable PC
    performance.

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Hi alexistech, the wininet.dll & newdev.dll are windows fies. You can try this link to fix your *.dll files.
http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?normaliz

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If this helps, please let me know.
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