Fix Borlndmm.dll Error

Borland Memory Manager, or borlndmm.dll, is a memory manager program for AsusProbe monitoring software. In this article, we will focus our energy on common errors associated with this file and their solutions.

Common Errors

You may receive any of the following errors when you start or shut down Windows or at other random times.

  • The file borlndmm.dll is missing.
  • The file Borlndmm.dll was not found
  • Cannot start the [application]. A required component is missing: borlndmm.dll. Please install the [application] again.
  • The application failed to start because borlndmm.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem.

Errors such as the ones mentioned above occur when any of the following conditions hold true:

  • The required DLL file is missing or outdated.
  • Malware has infected this file

Resolution

If you encounter any of the aforementioned errors, the first thing you need to do is to check if borlndmm.dll is present on your computer or not.

To do this in Windows XP, perform the following tasks:

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Search.
  3. Click For Files or Folders.
  4. Click All files and folders.
  5. Type borlndmm.dll in the All or part of the file name box.
  6. Select Local Hard Drives from the Look in drop-down menu.
  7. Click Search.

The search results will appear in the right-pane of the Search Window.

Scenario 1 – The File is Absent

In case the file is absent, you can use any of the following methods to recover the required DLL.

  1. Uninstall and reinstall the associated program
  2. A simple way to get back the missing DLL is by uninstalling and reinstalling the associated program.

  3. Download the missing DLL from a reliable online DLL directory
  4. You can also procure the missing DLL by downloading the file from a reliable online DLL directory.

    Save the downloaded DLL in the C:\Windows\System32 folder. Next, perform the following steps to register the DLL file:

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Run.
  3. Type regsvr32 borlndmm.dll in the Open box, and then press Enter.

Scenario 2 – The File is Present

In this case, perform the steps listed below in the sequence they appear to fix the error:

  1. Run a malware scan
  2. Using a reliable antimalware tool run a thorough malware scan on your entire computer to ascertain that the DLL is not infected. If the scan results show the presence of malware on your computer, immediately quarantine or remove the reported threats. Reboot your PC and verify if the error is fixed or not.

  3. Update the associated software
  4. You may also receive a DLL error if the required DLL file is outdated. To fix the issue, simply install the latest software updates.