Borlndmm.dll errors are not uncommon and can occur when you try to install or run a program or when you start or shut down Windows. The most common borlndmm.dll error messages are:
- “The file borlndmm.dll is not found”
- “borlndmm.dll is missing”
- “This application could not load because borlndmm.dll is missing. Re-install the application”
While such errors can occur due to several different reasons, most commonly they occur when either of the following is true:
- The file borlndmm.dll is not present
- This or some other files are infected
Fixing a dll error, such as the ones mentioned above, is not difficult and can be easily done through the following steps.
Step 1 – Check whether the file is present
- Click the Windows logo in your taskbar
- Select Computer
- Type ‘borlndmm.dll’ in the Search Comp.. box on the top right hand (the box with a magnifying glass symbol)
Windows will search the entire hard drive to check whether the file is present. If the file is present, proceed to the next step. If it is not, skip the following step and move to the 3rd step directly.
Step 2 – Download the dll file from an online DLL directory
- Open your web browser
- Navigate to a reliable and safe online DLL directory
- Search for borlndmm.dll file, and download it
- Save this file in C:WindowsSystem32
- Register the dll file by running the regsvr32 borlndmm.dll command (Click the Windows icon, type run in the Start Search box, and then paste the above command in the Open box and press Enter)
Step 3 – Run a virus scan
Malware infection can cause all sorts of errors to occur, including borlndmm.dll error. If the file is present, you could be receiving the error because of infected files. To fix the issue and remove present malware, we recommend you to restart Windows in the Safe Mode and run full system scan. If currently no antivirus tool is installed, we recommend you to install a reliable and compatible antivirus software application as soon as possible.
You can launch Windows in the Safe Mode by performing the following steps:
- Ensure that there are no open programs, and then click Restart in the Start menu
- Press the F8 key as Windows loads to access the Advanced Boot Options menu
- Select the first option, Safe Mode (use your keyboard arrow keys for selecting)
- Press Enter
After you have booted Windows in the Safe Mode, open your antivirus program’s interface and click full system scan.
Sometimes, dll errors occur due to outdated, corrupt, or missing device drivers. The best way to fix these driver-related issues is to periodically run a driver scan on your computer using an advanced and fast driver tool. Such tools have the ability to not only identify all outdated, corrupt, or missing drivers, but also to fix them in matter of minutes.