I just installed a software for many times, however, I always received the following error message "The file atfind.dll is missing." I've downloaded the atfind.dll zip file I need from internet. Nothing happened. I don't know if I have done the right thing. Can anyone offer some help? Many Thanks.
The answer is absolutely yes. there are several ways for you to troubleshoot atfind.dll errors.
atfind.dll File Information:
What may Result in atfind.dll Error?
Method One: Fix atfind.dll Error Immediately!Step One: Free Download SmartPCFixer!
Step Two: Double Click SmartPCFixer and click "System Fix", Select "Dll Download".
Step Three: Type your missing atfind.dll files and click "Search", Then download the files and use SmartPCFixer to register it for you.
SmartPCFixer™ is designed to provide the user's computer system with better optimization, which helps you manage startup items, desktop, browser objects, Internet, system service, Windows optimization, file extensions and so on. With these sophisticated utilities your system is tuned up to run at the optimal state.
Method Two: Troubleshoot atfind.dll Error Manually.Step One: Download atfind.dll Files from SmartPCFixer.
Step Two: Extract the downloaded file to the program folder that the atfind.dll file is corrupted. Restart your PC and see if the problem is resolved.
Step Three: If the atfind.dll missing error still occurs, you had better run a SFC for your system In most cases, System File Checker is able to hunt for the missing atfind.dll system files for you, and fix it easily.
Simple Steps to Run SFC Utility
SFC is a free utility which help people scan damaged system files and fix it automatically. Do not ignore the influence of bad system files, it may lead the instable of your computer.
Please do 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. (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. (To repair the corrupted files manually, view details of the System File Checker process to find the corrupted file, and then manually replace the corrupted file with a known good copy of the file.)