Warning

by on May 9th, 2010

Off and on you will find Windows giving error related to missing dll file when you try to start some application or game. What most users do is to search that file name and land at website which will give them dll file to download and use. Well, don’t do that. Websites that allow easy downloads of single DLL files seem like the answer you’ve been looking for when you get one of those annoying “DLL not found” or “DLL is missing” errors. DLL download sites should always be avoided, even though they sometimes provide a quick fix. There are perfectly safe and acceptable ways of fixing DLL problems without resorting to downloading individual DLL files from these sites. Updating your PC drivers, DirectX or software framework can resolve the issue. Usually, the solution to the actual problem is to reinstall the entire software package that the DLL originated from.

There are a number of reasons that you may end up paying more for your easy solution than you might have thought so check out these very important reasons to avoid downloading dll files.

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Click at the image above and see it in details. This is the email I received and my FaceBook account was recently hacked. I recovered it in few attempts (Genius). But here is a caution for everybody. FaceBook won’t email you attached files from [email protected] email address. So do not open attachments containing files with Facebook name in that or something like ‘Facebook_Password_3eb0e.zip‘ or ‘Facebook_Password.zip‘.

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Browsers warnings can be quite annoying. Specially when you want to work fast wanting to be not nagged by irritating warnings and alerts. Modern security schemes in browsers, operating systems and anti-viruses tend to just alert you or warn you about anything or everything you are going to do. When you are installing a software, I don not see any need for operating system to ask you to proceed or quit. I mean you are willingly installing that software or running a setup. Anyways, there comes an alert or warning in Firefox when page is being redirected or reloading. You can disable that alert warning by following these simple steps.

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