Steps To Fix Missing VNChooks.dll Errors
VNChooks.dll is a vital “Dynamic Link Library” file used primarily by the VNChooks application.VNC in this instance means Virtual Network Computing. You may have this installed if you have a program from RealVNC Ltd. Unfortunately, it also causes a lot of problems which can be fixed quite easily be following the method on this page.
What Causes VNChooks.dll Errors?
These errors occur when using the VNChooks application. Do not attempt to follow these steps if you have VNChooks running as it will cease to run and could damage your system. There are different errors which may appear from the use of the VNChooks.dll however if you see a dialog box appear with VNChooks as the main culprit, it is recommended you follow these steps to eradicate the problem.
How To Fix VNChooks.dll Errors
Step 1 – Manually Download The File From The Internet
It’s often the case that VNChooks.dll will either be corrupted, damaged or just not have the necessary permissions for use on your system. If this is the case, then manually replacing the file could fix the error for you. Here’s what you need to do:
2) Unzip the vnchooks.dll file onto your computer’s hard drive
3) Browse to c:\Windows\System32
4) Locate the current vnchooks.dll on your system
5) Rename the current vnchooks.dll to vnchooksBACKUP.dll
6) Copy & paste the new vnchooks.dll into C:\Windows\System32
7) Click Start > Run (Or search”run” on Vista & Win7)
8 ) Type “cmd” in the box that appears
9) Type “regsvr32 vnchooks.dll” on the black screen
10) Press enter
11) Reboot your PC
This should allevate the problem. It is recommended you carry out the following steps to ensure your computer is safe to run and has not been infected by any malicious software whilst downloading from a website.
Step 2 – Scan for Viruses
Antivirus programs are software tools which scan through your PC and remove any of the viruses or malware infections that are on your system. It’s often the case that viruses will infect various DLL files on your computer and then cause them to be unreadable to your PC. To ensure this is not happening on your computer, you should try using an antivirus program to scan through your system and remove any of the infections that cause all these errors. You can download our recommended antivirus program from the link above, but there are a large variety of programs available.
Step 3 – Clean Out The Registry
Another big cause of the VNChooks.dll errors is the registry database of Windows. The “registry” is a central database which stores all the settings, information and options for your computer, and is where Windows keeps many vital settings that it requires to run. It’s often the case that a lot of registry settings become damaged and corrupted, leading your PC to take longer to run, making it run slower and with a lot of errors. To fix this problem, you should use a ‘registry cleaner’ to scan through your PC and fix any of the damaged or corrupt settings that are inside it. You can see our recommended registry cleaner below: