If you are getting the Wldcore.dll Error Message, there’s a number of things that you can do to fix it. We will discuss some of the best methods of solving this error, but first, let’s explain a few basic concepts:
Well, it’s a type of “dynamic link library” file in Windows OS that’s associated with Live Client. DLL files enable several software programs to use the same functionalities. Wldcore.dll and other DLL files reside outside the programs that use them, so it’s easy for them to be corrupted or to go missing.
Here’s how to fix common Wldcore.dll errors:
Solution 1: Register Wldcore.dll Manually
Usually, Wldcore.dll will be added automatically when you install a software that requires it. However, if this doesn’t happen, you have to do it yourself using this process: Click the Start button; Type “Command”; hold down the Ctrl and Shift button, then press Enter; In the dialog box that appears, click “Yes”; type “regsvr32 /u wldcore.dll” in the window that appears. This is meant to remove the file from the registry; after that, type “regsvr32 /i wldcore.dll” in the window and press Enter. This command will register the Wldcore.dll file afresh; Exit the Command Prompt and open any program that requires Wldcore.dll to see if the problem has been fixed.
Solution 2: Restoring Wldcore.dll if you deleted it by accident
While purging your computer of old files, you may have deleted the Wldcore.dll file by accident, hence the error message. If that’s the case you can fix it by following these steps: Open the recycle bin; search for wldcore.dll among the deleted files; if you find it, move it back to C:\Windows\System32\. You can do this manually or by right-clicking on it and selecting “restore”; restart your computer and check to see if the problem has been solved.
Solution 3: Reinstall the program associated with Wldcore.dll
You can also uninstall and reinstall the particular Windows Live Client program that brings forth the error message. To do this, follow these steps: Click the Start button and find the Control Panel; Click “programs and features”; Find the program that brings forth the error message. It may be “Windows Live Client”, “Windows Live Essentials” etc. Click on it; Click on the Uninstall/Change option; Follow the prompts until the program is fully uninstalled; Find the program file and carefully install it again. Check to see if the issue has been fixed.
If the problem still persists after you have tried out these three solutions, here are some more drastic remedies that you can try out:
• Do a “System Restore”- If you have saved System Restore Points in your computer, you can type “system restore” into your search box, hit enter, select “System Restore”, and choose your preferred restore point. Make sure to choose a restore point that predates the error messages. Restore your PC, restart it, and check to see if the error message is still there.
• Update Device Drivers- In some cases, the Wldcore.dll error may occur due to outdated drivers. To update device drivers, right click “This PC” or “My Computer”; Click “Properties”; click “Device Manager”; Scroll through the list of devices and find those that have yellow exclamation marks; One by one, right click on them and select “Update Driver”; You can then restart your computer and check to see it the error message still shows up.