NTDLL.DLL error


  1. Posts : 503
    Windows 10 Pro 19041 x64
       #1

    NTDLL.DLL error


    Hello,Recently I tried to run "Video to Video Converter" program, it gave error notices (2) as on attached screenshot.This program worked always nicely, no problems.Tried to reboot - same results.Reinstalled the program - same results.Ran sfc scan - everything clean.
    Something else to do ?Answers will be appreciated.ThanksMotimProgram version 2.9.6.11Windows 10 pro, winver 19041.264 x 64
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  2. Posts : 714
    win10 home
       #2

    The error---ntdll.dll---indicates file corruption or missing files.
    Run---sfc /scannow---followed by---dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth---which hopefully may repair the files.
    If it doesn't,then a clean install could be the appropriate solution.
    Have you checked ---Reliability History--- and ---dxdiag--- for any entries relevant to the problem?
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  3. eLPuSHeR's Avatar
    Posts : 2,444
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #3

    SFC depends on dism so you must run dism before sfc.
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  4. EOF
    Posts : 13
    Win10,Win7,Linux
       #4

    I suggest also to do the SFC scan but also to check what is logged in windows event logger too.

    Maybe you can see the problem logged tehre.

    Press Windows+R to open the Run dialog, enter eventvwr (or eventvwr. msc) and hit OK.

    My best regards.
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  5. Posts : 714
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    sfc restores from a cached copy found in the Windows folder and does not require Internet access.If sfc does not fix the problem,then dism is used to fix image corruption,from a Windows update source,requiring Internet access.
    sfc can then be used again to confirm dism was successful in repairing the component store.
    Win 10 built-in tools can sometimes be used to supplement each other,rarely in a complementary role.
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