missing DLL" errors are highly common and annoying.
Along with the indispensability of DLL data files, there are errors associated with it too. Aside from the usual faulty registry entries and infestation of malicious software in your computer that cause DLL errors, missing DLL files can also become a source of error. However, this should not be a big problem. There are several ways on how to fix missing DLL data files and these are all doable in the comfort of your home
Most often dll files go missing when programs are installed or uninstalled incorrectly. So, it is best you should do this step first. Go to the "Start" menu and click on "Control Panel". As the list of programs is populated, click on the program that was indicated as the program that caused the dll data files to go missing. When the installation wizard begins, choose the option that says "Repair" or fix the program. Just do all the steps given and once the process is finished, reboot your computer. See whether the step of repairing has been successful. You will know if it has been successful when no error messages will popup. This is the most simple of steps to fix missing dll files.
From my experience, I have found running the cleaning function of a registry cleaner takes care of these errors just about every time. So the bottom line is, if you are being dogged by error messages, clean out the registry and call it a day. I remember the days before registry cleaners and I remember replacing DLL files individually. I must say running a registry cleaner is a much easier option and that's why it's the option I will choose every time I get a message telling me to repair missing DLL files.