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No... dll's usually get corrupted by viruses or malware. Unfortunately, if you are talking about online games though, they tend to be targeted by those same virus and malware creators thereby indirectly the games might be the cause of the corruption. For example, the Facebook games websites are constantly being targeted by virus and malware makers and we literally see hundreds of people from there every week that have serious infestations which cause problems like corruped dll's. Just arm yourself with an arsenal of FREE anti-malware programs and a good anti-virus program and you will be ok.
A virus check might not get all malware. Download Malwarebytes free and do a scan with that. Check the add-ons installed in you browsers and get rid of superfluous or strange ones. Use msconfig to check which programs are loaded at start up. Uncheck unnecessary or suspicious ones. Good luck.
Sounds like you may have a virus. There are many good free online scanners. For instance try Trendmicro's housecall or Panda online scanner or the one from Symantec.
A great virus program is Antivir. There is a free edition.
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