How to repair bink2w64.dll problems
DLL is a huge library of data files vital for the normal functioning of Windows XP/Vista/7/8 for both 32 and 64 bit operating systems. The dll file is a Dynamically Linked Library File associated with Microsoft DirectX which uses third-party software for running audio and video card drivers in Windows computers. This dll file helps run large multimedia programs requiring a lot of space in the hard disk. For instance, Bink2w64.dll is used to launch and run popular video games, such as Dying Light, Assassins Creed Unity, Mortal Kombat X, Advanced Warfare and Grand Theft Auto (GTA V) mostly on Windows 8 and 7 OS.
Common Causes of Bink2w64.dll Error Messages
DLL Errors often arise when opening a software application. Sometimes an error appears when the dll file is placed in the wrong directory after installing a game. Here are some common reasons for getting a bink2w64 dll error:
1. Outdated graphics or video or audio card device drivers.
2. Many invalid or broken files exist in the windows registry.
3. Corrupt or missing dll file due to improper installation or a virus infection.
4. Hardware related problems, like not enough space in the CPU or broken files.
5. Antivirus software can block the game installer.
Gamers often complain about getting this dll error. When you open a video game, you may see error: "The program can't start because [dll filename] is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem." Sometimes this works, but reinstalling the game rarely solves the problem.
How to Fix Bink2w64.dll Error
Do you see a Bink2w64.dll missing error when trying to play a PC game such as, Mortal Kombat 10, GTA 5, Dying Light, Assassins Creed Unity or Call of Duty Advanced? Sometimes the game installer gets blocked by an antivirus. Try to simply switch off your AV when installing the game.
STEP 1: If the video or audio card drivers are outdated, you can re-install them by using the DVD that comes with the default driver software when you bought it. Reboot your PC normally.
STEP 2: You can use the Drivers Diagnostics tool from Microsoft and fix the error manually by running a full scan of each driver and look at the generated report. Replace the dll files reported as invalid or deleted with the latest compatible updates or patches from Microsoft.
STEP 3: If your dll file was installed in the wrong directory, you can attempt to carefully move the dll file to its proper Game directory or download a fresh Bink2w64.dll file and copy it to the C:\Program Files\Game\System folder.
It is a risk to attempt to manually install drivers that may not match your hardware or OS, unless you are a PC professional. If you do attempt to fix it yourself, but your dll missing error still appears, or you see a new .dll error it is best to use a reliable and easy dll fix tool. Download Max Utilities to fix your Windows 8, 7, XP or Vista registry related errors. This professional registry cleaner will automatically remove all exe and dll related errors from the registry to give you a speedy, error-free PC.