The LogiLDA.dll error message can appear when you connect your Logitech device to a Windows PC. However, if you see this error, don't worry, it's not dangerous and relatively easy to fix. Read this article to find out the possible causes and fixes.
What does the LogiLDA.dll error message mean?
The LogiLDA.dll error message often appears when the Logitech device connected to a Windows 10 PC starts up or awakens from sleep. It usually appears in this format: "There was a problem starting c:\windows\system32\logilda.dll / The specified module could not be found." If you've encountered this error message, don't worry, in this article, we explain what are the causes and how to fix the issue.
What are the causes of the LogiLDA.dll error message?
The LogiLDA.dll file is usually linked with Logitech Download Assistant, a program that is paced on Windows after the installation of a new Logitech device. Normally, Logitech Download Assistant automatically searches for new device drivers and updates for its products. If there is a problem and the error appears, it can be related to:
- The file hasn't been installed properly;
- Because of the recent Windows update, Logitech Download Assistant looks for the file in the wrong location.
How to fix the LogiLDA.dll error?
- Restart your Windows device. Whether it is a PC, laptop, or tablet, try to restart it since it automatically fixes many issues.
- Install the latest Windows update to improve the device's security and correct previous errors and bugs.
- Reinstall your mouse's drivers. Go to Device Manager > Mice and other pointing devices, right-click the mouse name and select Uninstall Device. Then, disconnect your mouse, restart Windows, and reconnect the mouse.
- Stop the Logitech Download Assistant from automatically running when you turn on your computer. To do so, press Ctrl+Alt+Del simultaneously, and select Task Manager > Startup. Right-click LogiDA and select Disable. This will disable LogiDA on startup.
- Uninstall Logitech Download Assistant. If the problem persists, try to uninstall the Logitech program since your Logitech device will work properly without it. Go to Start > All apps > right-click Logitech Download Assistant > Uninstall. You can reinstall it later if you wish to.
- Download and install Logitech Gaming Software. This program can be a good alternative to Logitech Download Assistant and can fix some previous errors.