I've tried several times to install a program, but I always encounter the message "The file bank.dll is missing." I've tried to figure it out on my own. But I still got the same message. I don't know if I have done the right thing. How should I do? Many Thanks.
Hello, the answer is definitely yes. there are several ways for you to troubleshoot bank.dll errors.<
|File Size: 3371 bytes (3.29 kb)|
|Md5 Hash: ee5d976ece409e0c7089c36189b7c442|
What Causes bank.dll Error?
Method One: Troubleshoot bank.dll Problems with SmartPCFixer!Step One: Download SmartPCFixer and install it on your PC.
Step Two: Double Click SmartPCFixer and click "System Fix", Select "Dll Download".
Step Three: Type your missing bank.dll files and click "Search", Then download the files and use SmartPCFixer to register it for you.
Not Familar with SmartPCFixer?
SmartPCFixer™ is a top-ranking error-resolution registry cleaner which will fix the computer errors and optimize the system settings. You can scan, clean, optimize, and keep your PC much healthier with it ! It will help identify and fix Windows' invalid registry entries. By running Scan & Cleaner as part of scheduled maintenance, it will keep your PC from freezing or frequent crashes . Using it will reduce the probability of you getting a "blue screen", program not responding or lock up.
Method Two: Fix bank.dll Error by yourself!Step One: Download bank.dll Files with SmartPCFixer.
Step Two: Extract the downloaded file to the program folder that the bank.dll file is damaged. Restart your computer and see if it works.
Step Three: If the bank.dll not found error still persists, I recommend you run a SFC. Most often, System File Checker can find out the corrupted bank.dll system files for you, and troubleshoot it directly.
How to Run System File Checker Utility
SFC is a free utility that help people scan damaged system files and fix it automatically. Pay attention that corrupted systems files may bring a huge disaster for your windows.
Please do the following steps: (Windows 7 or Windows Vista)
1. To do this, click Start, type Command Prompt or cmd in the Search box, right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as administrator. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or click Allow.
2. Type sfc /scannow and press "Enter" button
3. You may see the following message.
- Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations. (It indicates that you don't have corrupted windows files.)
- Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation.
- Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them.
- Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. (In this situation, you had better do a system restore.)