I've tried several times to install a program, however, I always get a pop-up error "This application failed to start because cdrintl.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem." Some friends told me to download a new cdrintl.dll files. Nothing happened. One problem is I'm not sure if I have done the right thing to fix this error. How should I do? Thank you so much!
The answer is absolutely yes. there are several ways for you to troubleshoot cdrintl.dll errors.
What is cdrintl.dll File?
What may Result in cdrintl.dll Error?
Method One: Solve cdrintl.dll Problem in an easy Way!Step One: Download SmartPCFixer and install it on your PC.
Step Two: Double Click SmartPCFixer and click "System Fix", Select "Dll Download".
Step Three: Type your missing cdrintl.dll files and click "Search", Then download the files and use SmartPCFixer to register it for you.
Does SmartPCFixer Really Work?
SmartPCFixer™ is designed to provide the user's computer system with better optimization, which helps you manage startup items, desktop, browser objects, Internet, system service, Windows optimization, file extensions and so on. With these sophisticated utilities your system is tuned up to run at the optimal state.
Method Two: Troubleshoot cdrintl.dll Error Manually.Step One: Download cdrintl.dll Files from SmartPCFixer.
Step Two: Extract the downloaded file to the program folder that the cdrintl.dll file is damaged. Restart your PC and see if the problem is removed
Step Three: If the cdrintl.dll not found error still persists, I recommend you run a SFC. In most cases, SFC can find out the corrupted cdrintl.dll system files for you, and troubleshoot it directly.
Run SFC for Your PC First:
SFC is a free utility which help people scan damaged system files and fix it automatically. You should know that damaged system files may cause serious disaster for your PC.
Following the below steps and fix corrupted files by yourself: (Windows 7 or Windows Vista)
1. Click "Start" Button, and type CMD in the searching box. Right-click "CMD", then run as administrator.
2. Type sfc /scannow and press "Enter" button
3. Then you may received the following message.
- Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations. (This means that you do not have any missing or corrupted system files.)
- Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation.
- Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them.
- Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. (In this situation, you had better do a system restore.)