Whenever there is a major update on Windows, some users tend to run into issues. Not that the update is bad, it’s mostly because of software conflicts or other issues. Today we will discuss an error that mostly occurs after you boot into Windows: There was a problem starting C:WindowsSystem32LogiLDA.dll The specified module could not be found. This could occur after you upgrade your Windows version to Windows 10 or install a Feature Upgrade.
There was a problem starting C:WindowsSystem32LogiLDA.dll
Apr 15, 2014 If you use a 64-bit version of Windows, you should also place kernel32.dll in C:WindowsSysWOW64 Make sure overwrite any existing files (but make a backup copy of the original file). The KERNEL32.dll file is a 32-bit dynamic link library file used in Windows to handle memory management, input/output operations, interrupts, synchronization, and process creation. It also exposes most of the Win32 base API’s to applications, and if this file becomes missing or corrupt, the “KERNEL32.dll not found” error screen appears.
This error occurs due to the incompatible version Logitech software, more specifically Logitech Download Assistant. This belongs to the Logitech mouse, one of the most commonly used mice among the PC users. So naturally, a lot of users have reported this error message. After some research, I found out the way to fix this problem. To resolve this problem, please follow these steps.
1] Edit Registry
- Open Task Manager
- Go to the Startup tab and find LogiDA
- Right-click on LogiDA and click on Disable.
Now we have temporarily disabled the Logitech Download Assistant from starting with the computer. Now we have to delete the entry so we won’t be bothered with it again.
To do so:
- Press Win + R and type in REGEDIT
- Now we need to back up the registry. Follow this article on Backup and Restore Registry.
- Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun key
- Find Logitech Download Assistant and delete the entry
- Now reboot the system for changes to take effect.
2] Remove Logitech from Startup
If you don’t want to go through the whole Registry entry, then I’ll suggest a simpler way.
- Download CCleaner
- Now install CCleaner and open it
- Click on Tools –> Startup
- Select Logitech Download Assistant from the list and click on Delete
This process is much simple and less complicated. Once you have done this, you need to reboot your computer to take effect.
I hope you find this article helpful. In case of any issues, please feel free to drop a comment in our comments section. We will be more than happy to assist you.
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