How to Solve The LogiLDA.dll Error When Boot Computer

there was a problem starting logilda.dll

Have you ever come across a logiLDA.dll file on your computer? It is a component of Logitech's Download Assistant. However, when there is an issue, the error, “The Specified Module could not be found” will appear when you boot your computer.

What is the logiLDA.dll file?

LogilDA. dll(Windows Dynamic Link Library file) is the software component of Logitech Download Assistant, located in the Windows System32 folder.IogiLDAdli was lost due to incompatibilities in the Logitech software version, more specifically, the Logitech Download Assistant, which belongs to the Logitech mouse.

This file is mainly available on Windows 10 Operating System. To certify the file location:

Step 1: Open the task manager using Ctrl + Shift + Esc.

Step 2: Under the details tab or start-up tab, locate the logiLDA.dll file.

task manager

Step 3: Then right-click, choose “open file location” and it should direct you to C:\WINDOWS\ System32. If not, that might be a virus or malware.

open file location


Why logilda.dll error appears?

The error mainly appears due to an incompatible version of the Logitech Download assistant. There are a couple of ways that you can use to solve the issue.

When the logiLDA.dll error appears on your computer, it means that the Logitech programs on your computer have a problem. This can be after a recent installation of Logitech hardware like a mouse or keyboard.

During startup, the Logitech download assistant tends to search for Logitech products. Consequently, if the error appears, know that the file doesn’t match the current system, the file wasn’t installed properly, or a Windows update caused the program to search for the file in the wrong location.

The error mainly appears during booting or after the device starts being active.  You can either get these two errors:

  • There was a problem starting logilda.dll
  • The specified module could not be found.

Once you see any of these errors, you can use these troubleshooting methods to solve them.


1: Uninstall and reinstall the Logitech driver

This method should help you troubleshoot the problem.

Step 1: Press the Windows button + X. A list will appear.

Step 2: Click on Device Manager

Device Manager

Step 3: Search for Mice and other pointing devices. You can expand the mouse list. Right-click the specific mouse driver and select Uninstall.

Mice and other pointing devices

Step 4: Additionally, you can choose to delete the driver software and remove it from your computer.

Uninstalling specific mouse driver

Step 5: Once done, restart your computer. You can then download another driver from the manufacturer’s website and install it.

If the error persists, try this second method.


2: Delete it from the registry editor

Step 1: Click on the Windows + R buttons simultaneously.

Step 2:  Type “Regedit” on the run prompt. Click OK, and it will open the registry editor.

Click on the Windows

Step 3: Follow this destination:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

Logitech Download Assistant Key registry editor

Step 4: Search for the Logitech Download Assistant entry and right-click to delete it.

Logitech Download Assistant delete

Step 5: Restart your computer.

This should solve the issue if it doesn’t. Go on to the next method.


3: Disable the logilda.dll through the Task Manager

Step 1: Open the task manager using Ctrl + Shift + Esc.

Step 2:On the task manager,click on the start-up tab.

the task manager

Step 3: Search for the LogiLDA.dll file. Right-click and select “disable”.

LogiLDA.dll file disable

Step 4: Restart your computer.

This will prevent the Logitech download assistant from starting whenever you boot your computer. If the method doesn’t work, move to the next method.


4: Uninstall Logitech SetPoint

Step 1: Click on the Windows + S buttons simultaneously.

Step 2: Search for Control Panel.

open the control panel application

Step 3: Choose Programs and Features

Control panel Programs and Features icon

Step 4: Search for Logitech SetPoint.

Step 5: Right-click and select “Uninstall”.

Uninstall Logitech SetPoint

Step 6: After uninstalling, download it again from the SetPoint official site.

Conclusion

All these methods can solve the logilda.dll error. Also, you can restart your Windows 10 device or install the latest Windows 10 updates. If you don’t update your computer regularly, it can cause such issues.

Updating your device helps to correct many file errors and protect your computer against any malware or viruses—all the best in troubleshooting the problem.

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