Vga.dll errors are caused by when the vga.dll file is either removed or corrupted. It could indicate a registry problem, a virus or malware, or sometimes a hardware failure.
How to solve Vga.dll errors:
*If you can’t start Windows normally, use the Safe Mode.
- Check your Recycle Bin to see if vga.dll is there. If you see it there, you probably accidentally deleted it. You can restore it from here. (If you emptied your Recycle Bin you and you know you deleted the file, you can try running a file recovery program to restore it.)
- Run a virus scan on your computer to see if you are affected by a virus or malware. vga.dll file errors can be caused by a virus. The file might still be on your machine, but is masked.
- If running a certain program causes the error message, try to reinstall that program.
- If you get the error message when you are using a hardware device, try updating the drivers.
- If the error message started showing up after updating drivers, you might try rolling them back.
- Run the System File Checker.
- Install any available Windows Updates. Many service packs and patches actually replace or update your .dll files.
- Test your memory and your hard drive. You might need to replace one or the other.
- Use a free registry cleaner to repair your .dll files
- As a last resort, if none of the above tips work, you might consider doing a clean installation of Windows. Keep in mind that your hard drive will be wiped clean. Make sure you have everything backed up and know how to reinstall everything you need. If you see the error message after doing this, you can be certain that the problem is hardware related.
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STOP error 0xB4 means that Windows was unable to enter graphics mode. Your video driver failed to initialize. This happens because of a conflict with the computer’s parallel port and your video card, if the parallel port I/O address is set to 03BC.
To fix this problem you need to change the parallel port I/O address from 03BC to 0378
- Restart your machine, and press F8 at the Starting Windows screen.
- Select Safe Mode, and then press ENTER
- Log on to your using the local administrator account.
- Click Start, Settings, and then click Control Panel.
- Double-click System.
- Click the Hardware tab, and then click Device Manager.
- Click the plus “+” next to ports to expand the ports list.
- Select the printer port LPT1, and on the Action menu, click Properties.
- Click the Resources tab, and then clear the Use Automatic Settings check box .
- In the Settings Based On drop down menu, select a setting that uses an I/O address of 0378 instead of 03BC.
- Click OK, and then close Device Manager.