How to quickly and easily fix the Logilda.dll missing issue?

If you are a regular Windows PC user, you must have seen the error message “There was a problem starting C:\Windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll. The specified module could not be found “, appearing on your screen. But don’t worry, it is a very minor problem, which means that the file LogiLDA.dll is not found and can be fixed very quickly and easily. We know it is frustrating if it appears again and again, and thousands of users have recently reported the very same issue. In this article, we will learn about the problem and try to fix it as quickly and efficiently as possible.

What is the LogiLDA.dll file?

As a Windows DLL (Dynamic Link Library) record, the document LogiLDA.dll is a software component of Logitech Download Assistant and is situated in the C:\Windows\System32 envelope. This file contains the program code, information, and assets of Logitech Download Assistant. One thing to keep in mind is that during startup, Logitech Download Assistant would run to check for recently released Logitech updates.

Some solutions that you can try to solve the problem

For those who are short of time, we have brought a list of fixes that have resolved this problem for other users as reported till now. All you need to do is try all the fixes mentioned in this list until you find the one that solves the problem.

  • Restore the LogiLDA.dll file
  • Disable LogiLDA from Startup in Task Manager
  • Delete the Logitech Download Assistant Key from Registry Editor
  • Uninstall the Logitech SetPoint Software
  • Uninstall and Reinstall the Logitech mouse driver

Let us now explore each of the options in detail.

1: Restore the LogiLDA.dll file

This issue can be fixed by reestablishing the LogiLDA.dll document from a dependable source. In case you don’t know which software you can trust, it’s suggested that you try the DLL‑files.com Client website.

If you use the DLL-files.com Client, you will have the option to fix your DLL issue in a very short time. The main advantage is that you don’t need to know which version of the Windows framework is running on your PC, and thus don’t have to stress over downloading an inappropriate file.

To restore the LogiLDA.dll file with the DLL-files.com Client:

  • Download and install the DLL-files.com Client.
  • Run the Client.
  • Type “LogiLDA.dll” in the search box and click the Search for DLL file button.
  • Click LogiLDA.dll.
  • Click the Install button.

Check if the issue has been resolved. Go to the next step, if not.

2: Disable LogiLDA from Startup in Task Manager

To solve the problem, you can try disabling LogiLDA from Startup in Task Manager. After you disable the LogiLDA from Startup in Task Manager, Logitech Download Assistant won’t run during startup, and there will be no harm to your PC by doing that.

To disable follow these steps:

  • First of all, press Ctrl, Shift, and Esc to open Task Manager, where you’ll be prompted for permission.
  • Click Yes to open it and navigate to the Startup tab.
  • Right-click Logitech Download Assistant and select Disable to disable it from startup.

3: Delete the Logitech Download Assistant Key from Registry Editor

The next solution that you can use is to delete the Logitech Download Assistant Key from the Registry Editor.

To delete the Logitech Download Assistant Key from Registry Editor, follow these steps:

  • First of all, you need to press the Windows logo key and R at the same time on your keyboard to open the Run dialog.
  • After the dialog appears, type Regedit and press Enter to open Registry Editor, where you will be prompted for permission.
  • Click Yes to open it and follow the path to locate the Logitech Download Assistant Key.
  • Now, right-click Logitech Download Assistant and select “Delete” to delete this key.

After that, restart your PC and see if you get this error message again. If this problem persists, you can try uninstalling the Logitech SetPoint Software, which is our next solution.

4: Uninstall the Logitech SetPoint Software

It might also happen that this issue is caused by the Logitech SetPoint Software and you can try uninstalling it to see if this issue reappears.

To uninstall the Logitech SetPoint Software, follow these steps as given below:

  • First of all, you need to press the Windows logo key and R at the same time to open the Run dialog.
  • In the dialog box, type control and press Enter to open the Control Panel and click Uninstall a program.
  • Now you need to right-click Logitech SetPoint x.xx and click Uninstall to uninstall it.

After that, restart your PC and see if you get this error message again. If this problem persists, you can try uninstalling and reinstalling the Logitech mouse driver, which is our next solution.

5: Uninstall and Reinstall your Logitech mouse driver

To Uninstall and Reinstall your Logitech mouse driver, follow these steps:

  • Press the Windows logo key and R at the same time to open the Run dialog and type devmgmt.msc.
  • Press Enter to open the Device Manager.
  • Double-click Mice and other pointing devices to expand the list.

Now, right-click your Logitech mouse and select the Uninstall device option to uninstall the driver for your Logitech mouse.