The DLL file must be placed in the system folder System32. All programs requiring the use of the library, turn it in this folder. In the absence of the desired application file normally return an error.
The directory can be found by the user in the system and all the files available in it can be removed or modified. Go to menu "start" - "Computer" - "Local disk C:". In the displayed list of folders, select Windows, and then scroll the mouse wheel until until you see the System32 directory.
Insert the library file into the folder. To do this, right click on the DLL file in your directory, and then select in the context menu "Copy". After that, go back to System32 and paste the library, again right-clicking on an empty area in the directory and selecting "Paste".
Errors relating to DLL data files occur, if you run the program cannot find the library file in the above directory. To find the missing file, you can use the Internet base for Dll-files. Go to the site using your browser.
In the Central part of the page, specify the file name, which refers to the absence of the program. Enter the name of the library in the search bar and press Enter. Among the obtained results, choose the document that fits you the name and version of the operating system. Click on the "Download ZIP file" and wait for the end of the operation.
Unzip the document using the program archiver. To do this, right-click on the resulting file and select "extract to current folder". Then move the DLL to the System32 directory as described above and try to launch the necessary tools again. If the selected file was uploaded correctly, it will start the necessary programs.