Fix WinLGDep.dll errors
WinLGDep.dll is a DLL file which is responsible for component WinLogon Deployment Library in Windows systems like Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit. It was created on 7/13/2009 4:31:01 PM, the size is 59392 bytes and its version is 6.1.7600.16385.
WinLGDep.dll can be infected by virus Worm:Win32/Celebite.A@mm which spreads through social network Nettby to download and install malware Easy Launcher on the affected machines.
Once infected, the file path of WinLGDep.dll will be re-set as:
And the software like PC game Darksiders II, Web browser Mozilla 126.96.36.199 or antivirus Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Enterprise Edition can't start up, along with error message:
WinLGDep.dll is missing or was not found.
When you restart your computer, you would receive WinLGDep.dll blue screen of death (BSOD), along with stop error code:
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DISM 0x800f081f when using files from setup source win10 14393.351 x64
my recent maintenance routine revealed that there was an issue with my dism store. I have tried running both online and offline repairs. but I keep getting a 0x800f081f error - source not found. I have tried using both the files left in my C:\ESD\ directory as well as a copy made by the media creation tool, but the files do not appear to be a part of the windows source files. the files missing are listed below taken from the DISM log. They appear to be something todo with windows setup, so why they are being called on IDK. letting DISM try and retrieve the files from windows update is also not working. I think the error may have started after the last service stack update, but I don't know for sure. when I run the command "dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth /source:esd:c:\esd\windows\sources\install.esd:1 (with or with out /limitaccess)" or "dism /image:f: /.cleanup-image /restorehealth /source:esd:f:\esd\windows\sources\install.esd:1 "(a offline repair), the progress bar gets
even though I added the files to the directories listed in the dism log , I still get error 0x800f081f
found copies of audit.exe and AuditShD.exe in 'C:\windows\system32\oobe\' file versions were 14393.0 so I copied them over to where I had copies the other files.
Hi Cybot You do have a Preview version, but if you mention this Build number, you should also include that this is the Release Preview, since the build number for the Released version is exactly the same. The reason is that we keep busy moving many, many, of these posts to the proper forum. Best
I am in the insider program on release preview ring. THIS IS THE RIGHT forum for my issue.
ah ok, I will remember to mention that my version is release preview in the future. as for my issue... as far as I can tell the files mentioned by the dism log, while they exist in one form or another in both the setup files and the windows install, the file store does not have a copy of the files until 14393.351. when I did a file search using the good ol' dos prompt I found similar directory as the one mentioned in the dism log, but it seemed to be for 14393.158. the entry for 14393.0 was empty, until I place files in it. the source to repair the files simply does not exist in either the setup files (install.esd or windows update) I just downloaded a w10 14393 iso that has a install.wim, and I will try using that as a source, but I don't expect any different results, as I tried already using install.esd from two different sources with out any different results. On the bright side, SFC reports no integrity violations detected. And chkdsk reports no disk errors.
both AuditShD.exe and Audit.exe appear to exist in c:\windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-setup-component_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.14393. 351 _none_6bf5ac394b386d0b. so they exist in files for 14393. 351 , but not 14393. 0 . so does this mean they aren't supposed to be there for 14393. 0 files? if so, why is windows repair functions (DISM) seeking them?
I managed to find all but 2 files in my setup files .\sources\ directory. the two files which do not appear to even be present in the windows setup files are: 'AuditShD.exe' and 'audit.exe' I placed what files I did have from my setup files into 'c:\windows\WinSxS\amd64_microsoft-windows-setup-component_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.14393.0_none_5fa0e9c9c3f4ecfe\' I did have to remove 'TrustedInstaller' as the owner and give my self full permissions in order to do this, but that is easily undone once I finish the repairs.
ok this is where I am at now: I tried both a flash drive made via media creation tool and the files residing in C:\esd\ as the source files. both sources failed. I downloaded the techbench ISO of 14393 and burned it to a flashdrive. It worked as a source. dism was able to complete the repair. I tried to do an additional repair operation with out the /source option but the scan got to 4.5% and then errored out, saying the remote procedure call failed. attempting the same operation again returned a dism error 1722. one more run of dism, gave dism error 1910. as best as I can tell, there is nothing actually wrong with my system. I will try restarting and see if dism is able to scan again
This forum is for pre-release versions of Windows 10 (beta). We are on build 14959, not 14393. The regular Windows 10 forum is at https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10
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