During the installation of ProjectWise InterPlot Organizer several dll files do not self-register. They fail to self-register with an error 1114: A dynamic link library (DLL) initialization routine failed.
The underlying windows error code (found by calling LoadLibrary directly) is 126. I used the Dependency Walker (depends.exe) to open Python\DLLs\_hashlib.pyd and depends.exe reports that msvcr90.dll is missing. This DLL is part of the Windows Side-by-Side library management stuff that I still don't fully understand, and the DLL can be found in \Windows\winsxs\x??_microsoft.vc90.crt_*\msvcr90.dll (in two locations on each of my two machines).
As a test, I tried copying msvcr90.dll (tried both versions) to \python\dlls and retried the test. In this case, I get a different error: LoadLibrary returns error 1114: A dynamic link library (DLL) initialization routine failed. This error seems to indicate that the msvcr90.dll is trying to load code at the same addresses as something that ISAPI has already loaded into its code space.
The size of this dynamic link library is 1.86 MB for 32 Bit and 2.31 MB for 64 Bit and its download links are healthy. It has been downloaded 17311 times already and it has received 5.0 out of 5 stars.
The last version of the Wininet.dll library is the 11.0.9600.17840 version for 32 Bit and 11.0.9600.17840 version for 64 Bit. There have been 20 versions previously released. All versions of the Dynamic link library are listed below from newest to oldest.
Most of the time, programs have been programmed to use the most recent dynamic link libraries. If your operating system is not updated, these files cannot be provided and dll errors appear. So, we will try to fix the dll errors by updating the operating system.
When the Wininet.dll library is damaged or missing, the programs that use this dynamic link library will give an error. Not only external programs, but also basic Windows programs and tools use dynamic link libraries. Because of this, when you try to use basic Windows programs and tools (For example, when you open Internet Explorer or Windows Media Player), you may come across errors. We have listed the most common Wininet.dll errors below.
LoadLibrary error failed with Error 1114 is one of the unexpected errors on Windows 10, there is no specific cause. In some cases, an error occurs when a user tries to open a specific program, or during the installation of applications.
iTunes is a free tool that can help you sync and restore iPhone. However, it is panic that you may receive some errors iTunes error 7 (Windows error 193, 127, 1114, 126, 182, etc.). It is more than a headache that the errors are called iTunes error 7, but they have different names of Windows errors. For removing all the errors on Windows caused by iTunes error 7, you could find them by keeping reading this page.
When your Windows registry is damaged or corrupted, or malfunctioning by hardware of your system, or device driver conflicts, or system files are infected by virus, adware, spyware, or incomplete installation of software, you may get the Windows error 1114.
Windows error 1114 is actually a hexadecimal code that contains certain information about the error code generated by Windows. It contains the log about what went wrong in your system and the reason of malfunctioning that is preventing the normal flow of execution in Windows.
Most DLL files are included in Windows installation by default. When you install a program, it assumes that the necessary library is present on your computer. If a particular DLL file is corrupt or missing, an error message appears.
You may encounter the loadlibrary failed with error 126 when the problematic application does not have the privileges to access a protected system resource. In this case, launching the problematic application as an administrator may solve the problem.
VSR (or Virtual Super Resolution) is an AMD feature that lets an application or game render at higher resolutions (beyond the native display resolution). If the display resolution in use is not compatible with the game (like Civilization VI), then that may cause the loadlibrary error at hand. In this context, enabling the Virtual Super Resolution in the AMD Settings may solve the problem.
In a multi-display environment, you may encounter the loadlibrary failed error if the main monitor is not the internal display (in case of a laptop) or if the external display is not connected to a dedicated graphics card port but to an on-board graphics card port (in a dual graphics cards setup) as this may cause incompatible resource hogging by the cards. In such a case, changing the main monitor of the system or disconnecting the external display may fix error 126.
The loadlibrary may fail with error 126 if the essential system files are corrupt which may not let an application access an essential system directory or resource. In this case, you may fix the issue by performing an SFC scan of the system.
There are many applications (found by clean booting the system) reported to cause the loadlibrary issue but in many instances, users reported that the AMD Software triggered the error. Here, uninstalling the AMD Software may solve the problem.
You may encounter loadlibrary error 126 if the system has two graphics cards (i.e., one built-in and the other dedicated) and the modules of the applications involved tried to use different cards simultaneously.
For example, if the issue occurs when an RDP session is used to launch Blender and the loadlibrary error is shown, then the issue might have occurred as the RDP session tried to use a built-in graphics card, whereas, Blender was trying to use the dedicated graphics card. In this scenario, disabling the built-in graphics card (after all, dedicated graphics is more powerful and useful) will force the usage of a single card and thus may fix the LoadLibrary error.
If an application (like Minecraft) requires JAVA but the system has two Java versions installed (like a 32-bit and other, 64-bit), then that may break the operation of the application and cause loadlibrary failed with error 126. In this case, uninstalling a Java version may solve the problem.
This is a build of IrfanView with preliminary support for the JPEG-XL format. It doesn't look promising because the library is 2.5 MB, and includes some bloat unrelated to image compression. Unsurprisingly, it does not load under WinXP. The usual quick attempts at fixing it and identifying missing DLLs don't work. I can't understand why that is. In Dependency Walker I only see links for KERNEL32 and USER32. On the bottom pane there is an question marker near MSJAVA.DLL, but I don't understand the meaning of this. Any chance it can be made to work? 2b1af7f3a8