|Operating System:||Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, ME, 98, 95|
|File Type:||The filename IIEHost.dll refers to many versions of a dynamic link library.|
|Tips:||Scan Your System for Registry Errors|
IIEHost.dll is a dynamic link library file, which contain certain functions in windows XP, vista and windows 7. When a program or other dll file runs, it may call upon IIEHost.dll file to realize specific features. Most programs will share IIEHost.dll file with one another. In other words, if there is something wrong with the dll file, several programs will be affected and even fail to run. Don’t be panic if your IIEHost.dll has broken or missed, fix it right away.
IIEHost.dll error would present message like this:
You might meet these messages when you login Window, shut off Windows, processing or installing a certain applications.
Usually the error message is shown as
"This application failed to start because IIEHost.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix the problem"
"The file IIEHost.dll is missing"
The program can't start because IIEHost.dll is missing from your computer.Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem
This application has failed to start because IIEHost.dll was not found. Re-ingtalling the application may fix this problem.
1. Click on Start and then click on Run.
2. Than you are required to input specific information including the path and the file name in the Run field a command that tells your computer to register the DLL file. Keep it in mind that the path is the actually location or directory of where the file is located. Filename is obviously the name of the DLL file which you are going to register.
3. When you finish that correctly, press Enter.
4. You will receive a confirmation in the form of a pop up box telling you have newly registered
IIEHost.dll is a non-system process so that you can terminate it if necessary because they are not involved in running your operating system. If the IIEHost.dll error message appeared on your PC, you can try to uninstall the related software and restart your system. However, uninstalling applications will leave invalid and corrupted registry keys which would slow down your PC. We highly recommend you run a free scan for potential registry errors.
Warning! It is dangerous for your PC to fix IIEHost.dll error and other registry errors manually if you are not a PC expert. The safest way to stop these errors is to run a scan and fix them automatically