Thursday, 11 September 2014

lame_enc.dll Missing Error Fix for-Audacity,Virtual DJ

lame_enc.dll This error pops up when you install Audacity or Virtual DJ.This error causes due to the missing of the dll file on your computer.This error is caused particularly in MP3 Encoders hence this type of error only occurs in music type applications.

Some of the error messages appear as follows:

  • "Audacity does not export MP3 files directly, but instead uses the freely available LAME library to handle MP3 file encoding. You must obtain lame_enc.dll separately, by downloading the LAME MP3 encoder, and then locate this file for Audacity. You only need to do this once. Would you like to locate lame_enc.dll now?"
  • "The lame_enc.dll File Was Not Found"
  • "The file lame_enc.dll Was not Found" 
  • Or any error like lame_enc.dll was missing from system 32 Folder. 
 "lame_enc.dll not found. Reinstalling might help fix this."

If an application tries to access a dll files that has been corrupted or is missing, that program will no longer work. Normally you would experience this as a Windows error message indicating which program is giving the error, and which dll file is missing or corrupted.

Solutions to fix lame_enc.dll missing error:

Well,as i said above,there are multiple solutions to fix this error.Out of them,the first method is mostly preferred and recommended.Also,you can find alternate methods which may or may not work depending on the reason for the error.Find the methods below.

Method 1:

  • Install from Dll-Files Fixer.
Your first and easiest option for fixing this situation, and allowing the game to run again, is to use a reliable service to replace the file with the correct version. We recommend DLL-Files Fixer as the best option around.

The DLL-Files Fixer is a software specifically designed to solve these situations. With access to the largest collection of relevant dlls, the DLL-Files Fixer finds the best version of d3d9.dll for your system, installs it in the right location, and makes sure that the game and your computer runs without errors. It will also help against any possible future dll errors you may encounter, and you can try it for free!

Method 2: 

  • Download and install file manually

In this method, download and install the lame_enc.dll from here. After downloading it, extract it to your game root directory (for example: C:\program files\Ubisoft\Assassin’s Creed IV\), Or you can also extract it to your OS system folder. On a 32-bit system this is by default c:\windows\system32, but remember that on a 64-bit system, x32 bit files should be placed in windows\syswow64\ and x64 bit files should be placed in windows\system32. Full instructions are included in the file downloaded, follow them!

Alternate Methods::

1)Turn off your anti-virus solution and reinstall the game. This could solve an issue where the AV interfered in the install process. 

2)Temporarily turn off your firewall and internet connection and run the game. This could solve an issue where your firewall interfered with the game when it tries to synch with an online source. If turned off, the game will usually not try to synch, and no error appears.

3)Update the game with the latest patches, and make sure your graphics drivers are similarly updated. Also, before changing anything, make sure that the graphics card you have is compatible with the game you’re trying to run!