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Return of DLL Errors (Resolved).

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Best Answer phillpower2 , 01 October 2016 - 03:37 PM

You still have a load of junk on your computer and for all we know one of the programs below that I have highlighted in red could be updating/reinstalling drivers that you do not need, 01/10/2... Go to the full post »


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Cleared all trace of GeForce Experience but the Errors came up after restart again!


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Uninstall all NVIDIA software and restart your computer now if there is previous version of the NVIDIA driver Windows will install the driver NVIDIA graphic card test to see issue resolved if not then uninstall this driver as well by opening Device Manager, press Windows key + R key and type Devmgmt.msc and from opened Device Manager expand Display adapters right click your graphic card and select Uninstall, if there check boxes for deleting the graphic card driver from store place a check mark to it. install the latest version of the graphic card driver and GeForce Experience the nvspcap64.dll file is related to GeForce Experience. When you installing the graphic card driver select custom installation and place a check mark for clean installing graphic card driver. If you like you can use Revo Uninstaller to uninstall all NVIDIA programs, delete all registry entries and files/folders belong to NVIDIA software.


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I don't wish to offend anyone on the site and I am grateful to Freebooter for his input. However, I have been mentored by Phillpower2

over the past week and I am interested to see where he was taking me. I wonder if Phill could take a look and advise me what route

to take at this time?

 

Regards, Cigos


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Hello Cigos,

 

I`m quite sure that no offence will be taken but thank you for your consideration  :thumbsup:

 

Before doing anything else can you post an updated Speccy url for us please, for the same error to appear suggests that Geforce experience has been reinstalled somehow.


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Herewith the updated URL - http://speccy.pirifo...FzV57asqhoKPXV5

 

Sorry this has gone on for so long.

 

Cigos


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You still have a load of junk on your computer and for all we know one of the programs below that I have highlighted in red could be updating/reinstalling drivers that you do not need,
 
01/10/2016 22:19;: GoogleUpdateTaskUserS-1-5-21-1570467887-2726206698-1849743691-1003UA
01/10/2016 22:20;: GoogleUpdateTaskMachineUA
02/10/2016 10:21;: SafeZone scheduled Autoupdate 1458720217
02/10/2016 18:00;: Adobe Acrobat Update Task
02/10/2016 21:19;: GoogleUpdateTaskUserS-1-5-21-1570467887-2726206698-1849743691-1003Core
02/10/2016 21:20;: GoogleUpdateTaskMachineCore
05/10/2016 22:00;: Patch My PC
CCleanerSkipUAC
Driver Booster Scheduler
Driver Booster SkipUAC (david)
PrivaZer_SkipUAC
SmartDefrag_AutoAnalyze
SmartDefrag_Startup
SmartDefrag_Update
SnailDriverSkipUSC
 
Nvidea software installed on your computer;
 
Running: NVIDIA Display Driver Service
Running: NVIDIA LocalSystem Container
Stopped: NVIDIA NetworkService Container
Stopped: NVIDIA Wireless Controller Service
 
Create a new folder on your desktop, name it ASUS GTX 960 drivers, download and save to the folder the nVIDIA Display Driver 359.06WHQL from here
 
Get rid of the items highlighted in red, download and run Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) V17.0.2.0 from here to uninstall the present Nvidea software (please do this in Safe Mode only).
 
Restart the computer to test but for now hold off with installing the ASUS drivers for the GTX 960 and post back with an update instead.

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Herewith the  latest Speccy URL-http://speccy.pirifo...HlMt0qx6ej4AAwk.

 

Hope I successfully followed your advice.    Cigos


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Apologies for the delay getting back to you Cigos, unforeseen circumstances have kept me away from home I`m afraid  :(

 

Please re-read my reply #21 as your updated Speccy url suggests that you have not done the suggested steps.


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During your absence I cleaned out all the rubbish I had accrued. I downloaded DDU and followed the instructions

recommended.  I used some scanning programs to search for malware etc.  I used safe mode where I thought best.

 

I also had another DLL error appear relating to 'LogiLDA.DLL'. I decided to try and learn about it and downloaded

from 'dll-files'  which was suggested as one solution.

 

Eventually, I restarted and the three DLL errors had disappeared.  I recognise that I was not overly sure that what

I was doing was correct but I persisted on my learning curve with a certain amount of courage that I have assumed

from your informed and constructive advice.

 

Whether the errors will reappear I know not but I would have liked to have continued following your advice to see

exactly where the problem was, in detail.

 

I would appreciate your comments,      Cigos


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I also had another DLL error appear relating to 'LogiLDA.DLL'. I decided to try and learn about it and downloaded
from 'dll-files'  which was suggested as one solution.

 

 

Not sure what it was that you did but if it has worked I am pleased for you.

 

dll problems can be a bit of a minefield and you need to be careful what you do as downloading the wrong thing can hose your OS.

 

What I would suggest you do is 1: create a new system restore point for your new stable settings (see attachment). 2: post a new Speccy url for us so we can see what is running without causing any problems, this in case the problem reappears in the future.

 

 


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Thank you.  I will do as you suggest. Herewith latest Speccy URL   http://speccy.pirifo...TNlIHTG2eCJESEu


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Speccy is still showing the same junk to be installed and any one of those driver update programs could download the same bad update and you may inadvertently find yourself right back at square one :(   
 
Scheduler
06/10/2016 22:05;: Adobe Flash Player Updater
06/10/2016 22:19;: GoogleUpdateTaskUserS-1-5-21-1570467887-2726206698-1849743691-1003UA
06/10/2016 22:20;: GoogleUpdateTaskMachineUA
07/10/2016 10:21;: SafeZone scheduled Autoupdate 1458720217
07/10/2016 18:00;: Adobe Acrobat Update Task
07/10/2016 18:09;: OneDrive Standalone Update Task
07/10/2016 21:19;: GoogleUpdateTaskUserS-1-5-21-1570467887-2726206698-1849743691-1003Core
07/10/2016 21:20;: GoogleUpdateTaskMachineCore
10/10/2016 22:00;: Patch My PC
CCleanerSkipUAC
Driver Booster Scheduler
Driver Booster SkipUAC (david)
PrivaZer_SkipUAC
SmartDefrag_AutoAnalyze
SmartDefrag_Startup
SmartDefrag_Update
SnailDriverSkipUSC

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Four of those shown I had uninstalled!  I will go to work on those you have shown.

 

I had not considered the Google entries so I have work to do.   Cigos


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:thumbsup:


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I have cleared out some isolated items left over after my uninstalls but some of those in the Speccy scheduler

there is no trace in my searches. Could it be that the only references are in the registry?

 

As a separate issue I use VOPT for defragging as it was a paid for program until the death of the author and

it was bequeathed free to the public.  I wondered what you think of it as a program?   I find it to be excellent.

 

Cigos


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