simple troubleshooting tips for fixing User32.dll error
On 26 Jan, 2014 By admin 0 Comments
This easy-to-read article can help you out from the aforemntioned User32.dll error. Read on and resolve your User32.dll trouble on your Windows.
- The User32.dll error can be caused when the original file is damaged/ deleted/ renamed. Then you can do the followings: 1) Use your admin rights, upgrade then exit all the real-time antivirus software you installed, launch the "Windows Update" option on the All Programs menu. Follow the webpage information exactly to recover any files that are related to User32.dll. One the Update page, you may try the "Recommended updates" first. What's important, restart your computer after performing this fix.
- The User32.dll error can be triggered by some software uninstallation operations. 1) Please note that some app's uninstaller can even delete some share data, such as this moonavshell.dll. To avoid such dll headache, we recommend that you perform the program configuration via its default uninstaller, using the express uninstallation mode, read on the onscreen wizards and dialog boxes carefully, and keep any shared files that still connected to the other software you installed. Sometimes, such app traces do little harm to your Windows system. In the meanwhile, for more beginners, you had better use piriform' CCleaner or an uninstall tool pro to wipe off the so-called program leftovers, including software install info and registry hives on your computer. Further, you too can reinstall the removed project to automatically restore the deleted items in your system. 2) Go to Control Panel, use the "install a program," or for "installing new hardware." option to restore your potentially deleted data. 3) Run Device Manager to restore your problematic User32.dll and associated system files. 4)
- In Windows Safe Mode with Networking, try System Restore to quickly repair the possilby corrupted explorer.exe, OUTLOOK.EXE, iexplore.exe, tasklist.exe and other installed apps are using User32.dll. Use a clean, original Windows install disc. Gain the Admin rights. Backup your personal files. Launch System Restore, read & follow the onscreen instructions, save and reboot.
- Use Microsoft's Recovery Console to restore the User32.dll file. 2nd fix here is to use Windows' built-in System File Checker tool to repair User32.dll.moonavshell.dll#sthash.Mka8XXoi.dpuf