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I have the same problem logiLDA.dll not found. Look like this is a Logitech file that is for Logitech Download Assistant. You can go to start (type) msconfig and find it on the startup tab and disable it, I'm currently looking for a solution.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
For some reason I encountered the same porblem: At startup I noticed that I was getting the error message "could not start C;/windowsSysten32\LogiLDA.ddl", which was interesting as my Window 8 was installed on H: drive. I went into the registry to HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run, found the entry calling for the this ddl to be called - changed H: for C: snf corrected the problem.
Posted on Feb 18, 2013
Regardless of this being over a year since the last post I feel the need to reply, for any who may happen upon it in the future, so that people aren't misinformed and think missing DLL's are a big enough problem to require a format and fresh OS installation, since that simply isn't the case.
Nobody ever had to format and install Win7 from scratch for a simple error caused by a missing DLL file. Especially if it's one that isn't even necessary or problematic. Unless the program that needs it is one you use even once a month, you won't have anything to bother worrying about. Missing DLL's are easy to fix. Google search the full file-name (????.dll) + the word download, which will usually point you to what you want quickly. If you really can't find it (sometimes it's from an old or obscure program) you have 2 options. First is to uninstall the program in question entirely (via Programs & Features in the Control Panel), and if that isn't possible for some reason (such as the program not being listed) or you just don't want to remove it for nothing then you can disable it.
Press the windows key and in the start search type msconfig and press enter. The window that comes up can seriously impact your pc in a bad way if you do something you shouldn't, so be careful and don't rush. In the tabs you click on Startup, and it shows a list of all programs that loads when the OS is booting up. Startup Item (Program name), Manufacturer (Which company produces the software), Command (The .exe command line that launches the program), Location (obvious), and Date Disabled (If you disable something it keeps track of when)
Generally disabling something here can't hurt anything even if you disable the wrong thing. Just click the check-box to de-select the program, and click apply. Whenever you next restart (it prompts you to right away) the program simply won't load, and so the DLL error message won't come up. You can also do the reverse, and set a program to load that you previously disabled, in case you disable the wrong thing or found the DLL and want to use the program again.
Posted on Aug 02, 2012
You must reinstall your pc with win 7
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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