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StartUpCheckLibrary.dll was not found (Windows 10)


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aydzn

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Everytime i'll start up my PC, It shows me the error that the StartUpCheckLibrary.dll was not found

I would appreciate it if someone can help me fix this.

 


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Search for

task scheduler

hit Enter

 

Click on the arrow in front of Task Scheduler Library then on the arrow in front of Microsoft then in front of Windows then click on Application Experience.  You should only have the three tasks shown here:

 

TASKS.jpg

 

Find the task which is not in the above picture (probably called: StartupCheckLibrary) and right click on it and Disable  (You can verify that this is the source of the problem by clicking on the task and then hitting the Actions button which will show in the Details that it is calling: rundll32.exe StartupCheckLibrary.dll,DllMainRunLibrary)

 

Sometimes you will also get a winscomrssrv.dll error at the same time.  This task is Microsoft\Windows\WDI\SrvHost and the actions should show:

rundll32.exe winscomrssrv.dll,SrvMainHost

This Task can also be disabled

 

 

 

 


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