Every time a major upgrade to Windows occurs, some users encounter some problems. Not that the update is bad, it’s mainly due to software conflicts or other problems. Today, we are going to discuss a bug that mainly occurs after Windows starts: a problem has occurred with running C: \ Windows \ System32 \ LogiLDA.dll. The specified module cannot be found. It may happen after upgrading your Windows version to Windows 10 or installing a function update.
What is LogiLDA.dll?
LogiLDA.dll is a DLL module that is part of the Logitech Download Assitant. The library is required to run Logitech Download Assistant software. It’s usually in C: \ WINDOWS \ system32. The file size is approximately 4 MB, but it may vary depending on the version.
Cause of LogiLDA.dll error.
LogiLDA.dll will normally run automatically when you start Windows. If this module is not found, you will see the message “There is a problem …” at startup.
You probably have a Logitech mouse or keyboard. Logilda.dll is a system file that’s part of the Logitech Download Assistant. The software will install automatically as soon as you connect your device. As soon as you update Windows or an error occurs during the installation, Logilda.dll will appear.
Disable Logitech Download Assistant at startup
We want to turn off the Logitech Download Assistant at startup. Some people find it in different places. Here are four different places to try it:
1: Press the Windows + S keys, type “Autoload” and click “Start Applications”. You can also find the applications you want to run in Settings > Applications > AutoRestart.
Find the Logitech Download Assistant and select the Disabled check box.
2: Press CTRL + ALT + Delete and click Task Manager. Click the Home tab. Right-click LogiDA and select Disable.
3: Open the registry editor and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun. Remove the Logitech Download Assistant key.
Remove the Logitech drivers and reinstall them from the manufacturer’s website
Steps to Uninstall Logitech Drivers.
- Press the “Windows Seal” + “X” keys on your keyboard.
- Click Device Manager in the list.
- locate mouse and other pointing devices in the device list, right-click on them, and select Uninstall. If you have the “Uninstall driver software for this device” option in the uninstall window, you can select it and then uninstall the corrupted drivers from your computer.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process and reboot your computer when prompted.
- Download and install the latest graphics card driver configuration file from the manufacturer’s website.
Disable LogiDA in Task Manager
- Open Task Manager by right-clicking on the taskbar.
- Click the Home tab and find LogiDA.
- Right-click LogiDA and select Deactivate.
- We have now temporarily disabled Logitech Download Assistant from running on your computer. Now we need to delete the record so we don’t have to worry about it anymore. Do it.
- Press Win + R and enter REGEDIT.
- Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE key \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run.
- Find the Logitech Download Assistant and delete the entry.
- Now restart the system for the changes to take effect.
This error occurs due to an incompatible version of Logitech software, specifically Logitech Download Assistant. It’s a Logitech mouse, one of the most widely used by PC users. That’s why, of course, many users have reported this error message. After doing a little research, I found a way to solve the problem.