Howdy friends, In this article we will share how to fix entry point not found in windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7. So, without wasting time, let’s get started…
This error message is one of the problems that arise when we open an application installed on the system. Whether it’s Windows 7, Windows 8, or even Windows 10.
The message reads as follows:
Unfortunately, this issue is rarely discussed on Indian technology sites. Therefore, here Leskompi will try to discuss it. Listen to the end, yes.
Table of Contents
What is an Entry Point?
Oh yes, for those of you who don’t know about entry points, let’s discuss the explanation here first.
According to Techjunkie, in short, this is the first instruction process, in which all program resources that you want to run are transferred from the operating system to the program.
Well, if the message ” not found “, then it indicates that there may be a file that is missing from the program, resulting in a point it becomes inaccessible.
The causes themselves vary. But generally, it is because the system is not optimized.
So, don’t be surprised if the average computer or laptop that experiences this problem is usually accompanied by a performance condition that has also slowed down.
How to Fix ” Entry Point Not Found “
To solve this problem, here we will focus on two things, namely on the program you want to run, and on the system.
I will discuss the summary below. Please listen, yes.
1. Reinstall the Application First
Each application consists of a set of codes and interface designs. Now, of course, including something that is impossible, if we have to find the source of the error, right?
So, we keep the solution simple. To solve this entry point problem, you can try reinstalling the application.
The trick, namely by deleting the application first, then installing it again as usual.
2. Perform a System Check
Checking the system, if done manually, will be quite a hassle. Therefore, you can fix it via CMD commands.
- In the search field, type ” CMD “.
- Right-click, then click Run As Administrator.
- Type the command ” SFC / scannow “.
- Press Enter.
This command is intended to instantly find and fix errors that occur on the system drive. So, you just have to wait for the process for a few moments.
3. Install DLL Files Manually
The message ” entry not found ” is usually accompanied by an error in the DLL file.
If you’re lucky, you can see what the DLL file has the error, as well as where it is located.
Well, if you already know the cause, you can fix it immediately by manually installing the DLL file.
You can do this by installing the .Net Framework, DirectX, and Microsoft Visual C ++.
4. Install the Program that Includes the File
As I said in the example above, msvcrt.dll is part of the Visual C ++ 2005 Redistributable Package for (X86).
So, to replace the file, I can download Visual C ++ 2005 Redistributable Package directly from the Microsoft website.
If you can identify the exact DLL that is referenced in the syntax of the error message, you can do the same as long as the source of the file is reliable.
Trusted, in this context, means from Microsoft or another trusted source.
5. Perform a System Restore
Before experiencing this entry point error, was your computer or laptop system normal?
If so, then the cause could be from other factors, which could be anything. Therefore, to fix this, you can do a system restore.
Its function is to restore all system configurations and files on it, to their previous state while still normal.
How to? You can follow the guide in the video above.
6. Reinstall Windows
If you have also tried doing a system restore, but it still doesn’t work, it means that the restore point already contains damage related to this entry point.
So, the next solution you can do is to directly perform Reinstalling ( install reinstallation) of Windows.
What is the goal? Nothing else to replace all system files with new ones, so that all old errors that exist on your computer can be lost.
7. Check Your Computer Hard Drive
Apart from being triggered by damage to the program or system, problems with components can also be the cause of the ” not found ” message at the entry point, you know.
Usually, this happens if you are still using the hard drive.
If the hard drive you are using is damaged, the application data on it will be damaged. The effect, of course, can have an effect when we open a program.
To check the health of the hard drive itself is not difficult, really. You can try using a helper application, such as HDTune or HDDSentinel for example.
If hard drive damage is found, it’s better to just replace it with a new one.
The Final Word
It’s a bit difficult to fix this “ entry point not found ” error message. Due to its own causes, it is often difficult to determine.
There are many types of this error message. For example in the Task Manager (taskmgr exe), up to kernel32 on old Windows (such as Windows XP).
Well, I directed the discussion above to solve all these types of problems. So, you could say universal, yes.
But if it still doesn’t work, try asking for more details via the comments column below.
I hope this helps.