I have tried to install a software for many times, what is annoying is that: I come across the error message "Cannot start [APPLICATION]. A required component is missing: atcont.dll. Please install [APPLICATION] again." I've tried to figure it out on my own. It didn't work! One problem is I'm not sure if I have done the right thing to fix this error. I need professioncal suggestions. Thank you so much!
Hello, the answer is definitely yes. Here offers you some advices of how to fix atcont.dll missing errors.
About atcont.dll Files:
What may Result in atcont.dll Error?
Method One: Troubleshoot atcont.dll Problems with SmartPCFixer!Step One: Free Download SmartPCFixer!
Step Two: Double Click SmartPCFixer and click "System Fix", Select "Dll Download".
Step Three: Type your missing atcont.dll files and click "Search", Then download the files and use SmartPCFixer to register it for you.
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Method Two: Troubleshoot atcont.dll Error Manually.Step One: Download atcont.dll Files from SmartPCFixer.
Step Two: Extract the downloaded file to the program folder that the atcont.dll file is corrupted. Restart your PC and see if the problem is removed
Step Three: If the atcont.dll not found error still persists, I recommend you run a SFC. Most often, SFC can find out the corrupted atcont.dll system files for you, and troubleshoot it with ease.
How to Perform a System File Checker Utility
System File Checker is a free utility which can scan the corrupted windows files and restore it. Pay attention that corrupted systems files may bring a huge disaster for your windows.
Do as the following steps (Windows 7 or Windows Vista)
1. Click "Start" Button, and type CMD in the searching box. Right-click "CMD", then run as administrator.
2. At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:
3. You may see the following message.
- Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations. (This means that you do not have any missing or corrupted system 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.)