C:\windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll The specified module could not be found

After installing win 8.1 I get the C:\windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll The specified module could not be found message upon startup.    I don't seem to have any adverse affects due this.  What is the purpose of this dll and how is it used.  If I get a program that uses the dll how do I install it?  I did not get this prior to the installation of 8.1.
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Hi Michael,

 

The LogiLDA.dll is a file related to Logitech Download Assistant or a driver file for Logitech Devices connected to the computer.

 

What is the Make and Model of the mouse and keyboard?

 

If yes, uninstall the current version of the Logitech device driver, download the latest Windows 8.1 driver and install it on the computer.

 

If that does not work, refer to the link for further reference:

Refer to the suggestions from MarcelB68 on October 18, 2013:

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows8_1-performance/after-updating-to-windows-81-logildadll-module-not/68694fc0-9533-4c0d-a3bc-2e486e79d5a8

Note: This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it. Then, you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, you can refer to the following steps to back the registry files on the computer:

a)            Press Windows and R key to open the run box.

b)            Type ‘regedit’ and press Enter from the keyboard.

c)            Open the file option on the menu bar.

d)            Click on Export and save the file with a name on the desktop.

If you want to restore the file, you can do so by double clicking the file that you have saved on the desktop.

 

Please let us know if the issue still persists.

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I am havig this problem and am using a microsoft mouse and HP keyboard.

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I am using  logitec wireless mouse for a HP notebook.  I uninstalled the driver, but did not find a win 8.1 driver.  I used the second option of going to the register and deleting the logitec download assistant and that took care of the problem.


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Hi Michael,

 

If there are no drivers for Windows 8.1, download and install the latest available in Windows compatibility mode. Refer to the link to do so:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-8/older-programs-compatible-version-windows

 

You can also follow the steps to install the latest available driver in Windows compatibility mode:

a) Right Click on the setup file for the driver. Click on Properties.

b) Go to Compatibility tab and check the box which states “Run this program in compatibility mode for”.

c) Select the version of Windows from the drop down list. (You can select the previous version of Windows on which it was working or the version for which the driver is available)

d) Click on OK.

e) Follow the onscreen instructions to install the driver.

 

Please let us know about the results.

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The mouse works fine and always did.  I just had a question on why I was getting the missing dll message.  Evidently it wasn't needed and I got rid of the message by deleting the entry in the Registry.  Initially I did not know what the dll was for and what affect the missing dll would  have.  Apparently for my mouse it had no adverse affect. 


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Mike

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Hi Michael,

 

Thank you for an update. Glad that the issue is fixed.

 

Feel free to ask more queries on Windows.

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I have a Microsoft wireless keyboard 800 and mouse 1000... keeping a registry file on my desktop really sucks. Please tell me how to get the correct driver in the correct location so I can move on to the stuff I should really be working on... Please? A step by step solution is best. Thanks

RunDLL error:

There was a problem starting C:\Windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll

The specified module could not be found.

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Hi, I have an old wireless KB & M from 2003 dell dim XP professional. Recently purchased dell-insp win8.1 but shelf logic-tech  wireless KB &M that switch btwn gov't laptop w/ EnPr 7 will this be a problem or should I dell up dell wireless instead? 

Why can't one wireless KB & M work on all 3?

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Hi,

For better functionality of the devices with the operating system, there are specific drivers required to run them. If there is a driver's incompatibility for that specific device, then, it might not run properly. You can download the required driver for the wireless keyboard or mouse and then install them on the laptop. That should help you avoid such issues.

You can also refer to the link to know how to update driver on Windows 8.1.

Please reply to us with the status of this issue.

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 "I  had this issue after upgrade to 8.1, and I do have a Logitech mouse.

  • I navigated to the System32 folder and didn't see the file to delete it.
  • Plugged in the USB dongle for the mouse and the hardware installation set ran.
  • I did a reboot to check and make sure it didn't happen again, and the error is gone."

I saw this answer and tried it and it worked.  Very happy I didn't have to mess with registry.  I have a Sony Vaio T series.

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