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Local.dll download. The Local.dll file is a dynamic link library for Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP. You can fix "The file Local.dll is missing." and "Local.dll not found." errors by downloading and installing this file from our site.
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What is Local.dll? What Does It Do? link

The Local.dll library is 0.05 MB. The download links for this library are clean and no user has given any negative feedback. From the time it was offered for download, it has been downloaded 711 times.

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Guide to Download Local.dll link

  1. First, click the "Download" button with the green background (The button marked in the picture).
    Download the Local.dll library
    Step 1:Download the Local.dll library
  2. When you click the "Download" button, the "Downloading" window will open. Don't close this window until the download process begins. The download process will begin in a few seconds based on your Internet speed and computer.

How to Install Local.dll? How to Fix Local.dll Errors? link

ATTENTION! Before continuing on to install the Local.dll library, you need to download the library. If you have not downloaded it yet, download it before continuing on to the installation steps. If you are having a problem while downloading the library, you can browse the download guide a few lines above.

Method 1: Fixing the DLL Error by Copying the Local.dll Library to the Windows System Directory link

  1. The file you downloaded is a compressed file with the ".zip" extension. In order to install it, first, double-click the ".zip" file and open the file. You will see the library named "Local.dll" in the window that opens up. This is the library you need to install. Drag this library to the desktop with your mouse's left button.
    Extracting the Local.dll library
    Step 1:Extracting the Local.dll library
  2. Copy the "Local.dll" library file you extracted.
  3. Paste the dynamic link library you copied into the "C:\Windows\System32" directory.
    Pasting the Local.dll library into the Windows/System32 directory
    Step 3:Pasting the Local.dll library into the Windows/System32 directory
  4. If you are using a 64 Bit operating system, copy the "Local.dll" library and paste it into the "C:\Windows\sysWOW64" as well.
    NOTE! On Windows operating systems with 64 Bit architecture, the dynamic link library must be in both the "sysWOW64" directory as well as the "System32" directory. In other words, you must copy the "Local.dll" library into both directories.
    Pasting the Local.dll library into the Windows/sysWOW64 directory
    Step 4:Pasting the Local.dll library into the Windows/sysWOW64 directory
  5. In order to run the Command Line as an administrator, complete the following steps.
    NOTE! In this explanation, we ran the Command Line on Windows 10. If you are using one of the Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP operating systems, you can use the same methods to run the Command Line as an administrator. Even though the pictures are taken from Windows 10, the processes are similar.
    1. First, open the Start Menu and before clicking anywhere, type "cmd" but do not press Enter.
    2. When you see the "Command Line" option among the search results, hit the "CTRL" + "SHIFT" + "ENTER" keys on your keyboard.
    3. A window will pop up asking, "Do you want to run this process?". Confirm it by clicking to "Yes" button.
    Running the Command Line as an administrator
    Step 5:Running the Command Line as an administrator
  6. Let's copy the command below and paste it in the Command Line that comes up, then let's press Enter. This command deletes the Local.dll library's problematic registry in the Windows Registry Editor (The library that we copied to the System32 directory does not perform any action with the library, it just deletes the registry in the Windows Registry Editor. The library that we pasted into the System32 directory will not be damaged).
    %windir%\System32\regsvr32.exe /u Local.dll
    Deleting the Local.dll library's problematic registry in the Windows Registry Editor
    Step 6:Deleting the Local.dll library's problematic registry in the Windows Registry Editor
  7. If the Windows you use has 64 Bit architecture, after running the command above, you must run the command below. This command will clean the broken registry of the Local.dll library from the 64 Bit architecture (The Cleaning process is only with registries in the Windows Registry Editor. In other words, the dynamic link library that we pasted into the SysWoW64 directory will stay as it is).
    %windir%\SysWoW64\regsvr32.exe /u Local.dll
    Uninstalling the broken registry of the Local.dll library from the Windows Registry Editor (for 64 Bit)
    Step 7:Uninstalling the broken registry of the Local.dll library from the Windows Registry Editor (for 64 Bit)
  8. We need to make a new registry for the dynamic link library in place of the one we deleted from the Windows Registry Editor. In order to do this process, copy the command below and after pasting it in the Command Line, press Enter.
    %windir%\System32\regsvr32.exe /i Local.dll
    Creating a new registry for the Local.dll library in the Windows Registry Editor
    Step 8:Creating a new registry for the Local.dll library in the Windows Registry Editor
  9. Windows 64 Bit users must run the command below after running the previous command. With this command, we will create a clean and good registry for the Local.dll library we deleted.
    %windir%\SysWoW64\regsvr32.exe /i Local.dll
    Creating a clean and good registry for the Local.dll library (64 Bit için)
    Step 9:Creating a clean and good registry for the Local.dll library (64 Bit için)
  10. If you did the processes in full, the installation should have finished successfully. If you received an error from the command line, you don't need to be anxious. Even if the Local.dll library was installed successfully, you can still receive error messages like these due to some incompatibilities. In order to test whether your dll issue was fixed or not, try running the program giving the error message again. If the error is continuing, try the 2nd Method to fix this issue.

Method 2: Copying The Local.dll Library Into The Program Installation Directory link

  1. In order to install the dynamic link library, you need to find the installation directory for the program that was giving you errors such as "Local.dll is missing", "Local.dll not found" or similar error messages. In order to do that, Right-click the program's shortcut and click the Properties item in the right-click menu that appears.
    Opening the program shortcut properties window
    Step 1:Opening the program shortcut properties window
  2. Click on the Open File Location button that is found in the Properties window that opens up and choose the folder where the application is installed.
    Opening the installation directory of the program
    Step 2:Opening the installation directory of the program
  3. Copy the Local.dll library into the directory we opened up.
    Copying the Local.dll library into the program's installation directory
    Step 3:Copying the Local.dll library into the program's installation directory
  4. That's all there is to the installation process. Run the program giving the dll error again. If the dll error is still continuing, completing the 3rd Method may help fix your issue.

Method 3: Uninstalling and Reinstalling the Program that Gives You the Local.dll Error link

  1. Open the Run window by pressing the "Windows" + "R" keys on your keyboard at the same time. Type in the command below into the Run window and push Enter to run it. This command will open the "Programs and Features" window.
    appwiz.cpl
    Opening the Programs and Features window using the appwiz.cpl command
    Step 1:Opening the Programs and Features window using the appwiz.cpl command
  2. The Programs and Features window will open up. Find the program that is giving you the dll error in this window that lists all the programs on your computer and "Right-Click > Uninstall" on this program.
    Uninstalling the program that is giving you the error message from your computer.
    Step 2:Uninstalling the program that is giving you the error message from your computer.
  3. Uninstall the program from your computer by following the steps that come up and restart your computer.
    Following the confirmation and steps of the program uninstall process
    Step 3:Following the confirmation and steps of the program uninstall process
  4. 4. After restarting your computer, reinstall the program that was giving you the error.
  5. This method may provide the solution to the dll error you're experiencing. If the dll error is continuing, the problem is most likely deriving from the Windows operating system. In order to fix dll errors deriving from the Windows operating system, complete the 4th Method and the 5th Method.

Method 4: Fixing the Local.dll Error using the Windows System File Checker (sfc /scannow) link

  1. In order to run the Command Line as an administrator, complete the following steps.
    NOTE! In this explanation, we ran the Command Line on Windows 10. If you are using one of the Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP operating systems, you can use the same methods to run the Command Line as an administrator. Even though the pictures are taken from Windows 10, the processes are similar.
    1. First, open the Start Menu and before clicking anywhere, type "cmd" but do not press Enter.
    2. When you see the "Command Line" option among the search results, hit the "CTRL" + "SHIFT" + "ENTER" keys on your keyboard.
    3. A window will pop up asking, "Do you want to run this process?". Confirm it by clicking to "Yes" button.
    Running the Command Line as an administrator
    Step 1:Running the Command Line as an administrator
  2. After typing the command below into the Command Line, push Enter.
    sfc /scannow
    Getting rid of dll errors using Windows's sfc /scannow command
    Step 2:Getting rid of dll errors using Windows's sfc /scannow command
  3. Depending on your computer's performance and the amount of errors on your system, this process can take some time. You can see the progress on the Command Line. Wait for this process to end. After the scan and repair processes are finished, try running the program giving you errors again.

Method 5: Fixing the Local.dll Errors by Manually Updating Windows link

Most of the time, programs have been programmed to use the most recent dynamic link libraries. If your operating system is not updated, these files cannot be provided and dll errors appear. So, we will try to fix the dll errors by updating the operating system.

Since the methods to update Windows versions are different from each other, we found it appropriate to prepare a separate article for each Windows version. You can get our update article that relates to your operating system version by using the links below.

Windows Update Guides link

  1. Windows Update Guide
  2. Windows 8.1 and Windows 8 Update Guide
  3. Windows 7 and Windows Vista Update Guide
  4. Windows XP Update Guide

Common Local.dll Errors link

If the Local.dll library is missing or the program using this library has not been installed correctly, you can get errors related to the Local.dll library. Dynamic link libraries being missing can sometimes cause basic Windows programs to also give errors. You can even receive an error when Windows is loading. You can find the error messages that are caused by the Local.dll library.

If you don't know how to install the Local.dll library you will download from our site, you can browse the methods above. Above we explained all the processes you can do to fix the dll error you are receiving. If the error is continuing after you have completed all these methods, please use the comment form at the bottom of the page to contact us. Our editor will respond to your comment shortly.

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  6. "This application failed to start because Local.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem." error

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