There are several ways to deal with Olepro32.dll error. In the following post I’ll present several methods that’ll enable you to pinpoint the source of this error as well as enable you to fix it.
This Dll file is from Microsoft and it is part of several Windows OS versions.
It is usually located under the following path: C:\Windows\System32. Basically, this file enables you to embed and link to various documents and objects.
Common problems with this file
Most problems with this file occur on Windows startups or when running specific applications. You’d usually get the following error message: The application or DLL C:\Windows\System32\OLEPRO32.DLL is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation disk.
So, what causes this error?
Usually, incompatibility of this file is the main source of the problem. However, if it has gotten corrupted or deleted then you can expect this error to erupt. Another common reason is incorrect or corrupt registered file paths in Windows OS related to this dll file.
How to successfully repair it
(1) Use Windows System File Checker (SFC) command line
Windows SFC /scannow may fix the problem – it detects and replaces corrupt or incompatible system files. In most cases this should fix the problem.
If this didn’t fix them problem…
(2) Scan for Olepro32.dll related errors and repair them
Use the following Windows errors scanner in order to detect any errors related to this dll file. If any errors were detected then this tool enables you to repair them.
Searching for damaged registered dll file paths
If no errors were detected…
(3) Use the following Executable from Microsoft’s official site
I have no idea which Windows OS and Visual Basic version you’re using; anyway the following VBRun60sp6.exe installs a fresh and correct version of Olepro32.dll as well as other dll files required for applications that were created with Visual Basic 6.0. (They contain fixes that are included with Visual Studio 6.0 SP 6).