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P17.DLL error can be fixed either by re-installing the associated program and then reboost your computer. You can also simply copy the same P17.DLL file from another same operating system and replace the missing/broken file. However, due to the nature of your computer environments, the P17.DLL related Registry entries may have been invalid/broken or even infected by malware or virus, leaving the P17.DLL error messages unresolved. Please follow the instructions below to fix P17.DLL error and remove the infections with the tools provided below.
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Extra Info: How to Report P17.DLL Problems and Find Solutions in Windows 7
Often an early indication that something is amiss is an error message informing you that an application is "not responding"—as if you hadn't figured that out already. But this can be taken as a positive sign, because it means that Windows Error Reporting is going into action. Windows Error Reporting is a feature that can report problem information to Microsoft.
(In fact, although the service and programs that enable the feature are called
Windows Error Reporting, the term you're more likely to see in Windows is problem reporting.)
Microsoft makes this information available to the developers of the program that
caused the error (whether it's from Microsoft or from another vendor), allowing them to see
which errors occur most frequently and, ultimately, to develop fixes for the problems.
Windows Error Reporting has been streamlined and improved in the most recent versions
of Windows. In Windows XP, the system was essentially manual; when an error occurred,
you were invited to send a report to Microsoft. Following up an error report to see if a solution
had become available was a cumbersome, discouraging process.
In addition to the improvements in Windows Error Reporting, Windows offers application
developers a set of application recovery and restart functions that allow them to respond
more gracefully to hangs and crashes. An application written with these functions will probably
respond to a crash by restarting and reopening the document you were working on.
If you use Microsoft Office 2007 or later, you might already have seen these recovery and
restart features in action. As time goes by, you can expect to see more and more programs
that take advantage of these features.
Not all the problems you might encounter relate to calamitous events such as those that
cause Windows Error Reporting to spring into action. To address a wide variety of other
types of problems, big and small, Windows 7 includes a library of troubleshooting wizards.
You can see a list of them by opening Action Center and clicking Troubleshooting.