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Xlive.dll enables the smoothing function in "Microsoft Games", for example is the file required by "Gears Of War". In order for the games to run properly the xlive.dll file is needed.
The most common occurring error messages caused by problems with xlive.dll:
• "Xlive.dll Not Found."
• "This application failed to start because xlive.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem."
• "Cannot find [PATH]\xlive.dll."
• "The file xlive.dll is missing."
• "Cannot start [APPLICATION]. A required component is missing: xlive.dll. Please install [APPLICATION] again."
Errors related to the xlive.dll file are commonly occurring when a program is running, starting-up or even when "Microsoft Windows" is starting-up or shutting-down. If you are having trouble with xlive.dll your pc will become slower, and unreliable. Programs may shut-down unexpected and cause data-loss.
Errors caused by problems with xlive.dll are commonly occurring in all of the "Microsoft Windows" operating systems. The universal solution to your problems is to download and re-install a new copy of the xlive.dll file.
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