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FIX: Libmysql.dll missing / was not found [File error]

Anytime the libmysql.dll file is missing this can potentially have a negative impact and consequences on how the associated software works.

There are multiple reasons for the appearance of a libmysql.dll error, including registry issues, malicious software, faulty applications, incorrect installation of the file, and more.

We will explore in this article a few easy steps that will help you solve the file error, so make sure to keep on reading.

Libmysql.dll error messages

There are several ways on how the libmysql.dll errors can appear on your device.

  • libmysql.dll is missing
  • libmysql.dll error loading. The specified module could not be found
  • libmysql.dll crash
  • libmysql.dll was not found
  • libmysql.dll could not be located
  • libmysql.dll Access Violation
  • The procedure entry point libmysql.dll error
  • Cannot find libmysql.dll
  • Cannot register libmysql.dll

How can I fix the ibmysql.dll missing / was not found [File error]?

1. Restore the libmysql.dll file

The easiest way to find and restore the libmysql.dll file is to use a dedicated software that will do this automatically.

In that matter, we strongly recommend that you use Restoro, as this is a highly reliable and efficient software.

Thanks to the online libraries that it uses to compare the data found in your device. A2fter the scan is complete, the software will start downloading and replacing any faulty registries, dll files, or any damaged file found during the scan.

DLLs and registries are valuable data libraries that Windows uses in order to run properly.

Because of that, damaged or missing dlls or registry keys can be a leading cause for crashes, freezes, error messages, and they can even prevent you from launching software and Windows features altogether.

Unfortunately, registries and DLLs are clusters of data that even advanced users have a hard time tweaking properly without guidance, and even Microsoft advices against it.

More so, resetting your Windows OS is among the only truly effective solutions to fix these errors, but this solution has far too many drawbacks.

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In order to avoid all that, one can always rely on automated third-party solutions, and few are as good as Restoro. It automates pretty much every aspect of your PC repair process, from the scans to the actual fixing.

Follow this small guide to learn to you can restore your PC to peak performance using Restoro:

  1. Download and install Restoro
  2. Launch Restoro
    • Restoro will now compile data about your PC
      Restoro first scan
  3. Wait for it to find any system stability issues and possible malware infections
    • Once the scan is complete, Restoro will show you a summary of your PC’s current status
      Restoro repair
  4. Press Start Repair
    • Restoro will now start downloading and replacing and faulty registries, DLLs, and any other damaged files it may have found during the scan.
    • This is possible thanks to the online libraries that is uses for comparison, replacing damaged data with its perfectly functional equivalent
  5. Restart your PC for all the changes to take effect

Your PC should now work perfectly fine, and you will no longer have to worry about slow response times, BSoD errors, or anything of the sort.

Disclaimer: This program needs to be upgraded from the free version in order to perform some specific actions.

2. Restore the file using Recycle Bin

Although it may not be so easy to believe, the easiest cause for a missing libmysql.dll file can be due to being mistakenly deleted.

Run a System Scan to discover potential errors

Restoro Scan

Click Start Scan to find Windows issues.

Restoro Fix

Click Repair All to fix issues with Patented Technologies.

Run a PC Scan with Restoro Repair Tool to find errors causing security problems and slowdowns. After the scan is complete, the repair process will replace damaged files with fresh Windows files and components.

If you have even the slightest suspicion that you may have accidentally deleted the dll file, then make sure to check the Recycle Bin.

If the file is found there, simply select Restore and the file will be replaced in its initial folder.

This post was written by Teodor Nechita and was first posted to WindowsReport

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