The following post is about Ftlx041e.dll errors and I’ll try to shed some light upon this relatively unknown file and its errors. If you’re getting any errors with this file then try the following repair tips – it should solve this problem.
As I mentioned earlier, there isn’t much information about this file. All I know is that it is a Microsoft Windows XP file (Its description indicates: ”Thai Wordbreaker“…), and that it is related to the installation of other languages on Windows XP.
The file is usually found at: C:\WINDOWS\system32\dllcach.
The most common problems that you might encounter with this file are usually when trying to install another language in your Windows OS. Usually these problems occur when you enter XP CD and the installation of that extra language fails together with Ftlx041e.dll is missing error or other similar messages.
Causes to this error
There are usually two causes to these Ftlx041e.dll errors: the installation CD or your CD drives (one of them/both) are probably damaged, or there’s another problem with one or several of your registered file/application paths.
How to repair this error
(1) Try using another CD drive
Have you tried installing from another CD drive? See if that helps.
If that doesn’t help…
(2) Use another installation CD
Your XP installation CD might be scratched or damaged and Windows can’t access/copy Ftlx041e.dll, and the only way around this is using another XP installation CD (Legal one of course!).
If that won’t work either…
(3) Quickly scan, detect, and repair Ftlx041e.dll related errors
If the CD drive or the installation CD isn’t the problem, then as mentioned earlier, the problem is probably an internal system registration error(s) related to this file. Use the following errors detection tool – it’ll scan your Windows for errors and by the end of the scan provide you with a detailed report about all open errors – see if Ftlx041e.dll is on the list, if it is, you then have an option to let that tool repair it for you.
Searching for damaged registered dll file paths