Date added : 2019-08-05
microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll is considered to be a " " file. It is most often used in the Microsoft (R) Windows (R) Operating System. It uses the DLL extension and is considered as the Win64 DLL (Dynamic Link Library) file.
microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll version 10.0.17763.1. According to our data, this is the latest version from Microsoft (R) Windows (R) Operating System.
Below you will find detailed information, troubleshooting instructions for DLL and various versions of microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll file for free download.
The file "microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll" is a shared library, which is necessary for the operation of many applications. If during the program launch a message was displayed with an error regarding the lack or damage of the "microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll" file, you should download its new version and place it in the installation directory of the respective program. To do this, look through all the links to the "microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll" file that you will find below. Select the file with the appropriate category and download as desired - the original or compressed version. But remember to unzip the "microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll" version with any program before copying it to the application directory.
After downloading the file "microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll" you have to put it in the appropriate folder, so that the application that needs it could use it. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Right-click on the icon of program that has displayed a message with the error of the file "microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll"
2. Choose the "Properties" option
3. There you will find the path to the folder where the application is installed. Now just copy the downloaded file "microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll" and put it in this folder
You have one more option. If after copying the file "microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll" to the program directory the error regarding this file still appears, try copying it to one of the following folders:
For operating systems: Windows 95, 98, and Me - C: \Windows\System
For operating systems: Windows 2000 and NT - C:\WINNT\System32
For operating systems: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 - C:\Windows\System32
|Filename||File Version||Software Version||Type||FileSize||Download|
|microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll.zip||10.0.17763.1||10.0.17763.1||Win64 DLL||141 kB||Download|
To start the system restore (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10):
Press the Windows Start key
When you see the search box, enter "System Restore" and press "ENTER".
In the search results, find and click System Restore.
Enter the administrator password (if necessary).
Follow the steps in the System Restore Wizard to select the appropriate restore point.
Restore the computer from the backup image.
If option 1 does not resolve the error with microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll, try option 2.
File Checker is a tool included with every version of Windows that allows you to scan and restore damaged system files. Use the SFC tool to repair missing or corrupted microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll files (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10):
Press the Windows Start key
In the search field, enter "cmd", but DO NOT PRESS "ENTER".
Press and hold "CTRL-Shift" on the keyboard while pressing "ENTER".
A dialog for permission will be displayed.
In the box, click "YES".
You should see a black screen with a flashing cursor.
On this black screen, enter "sfc /scannow" and press "ENTER".
SFC will start scanning for microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll and other system file problems.
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the process.
Please note that scanning may take some time, so please be patient. If option 2 also fails, try option 3 below.
When the first two options do not resolve the problem, it may be a good idea to run the Windows Update service. Many microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll error messages may result from the non-updating of the Windows operating system. To run Windows Update, do the following:
Press the Windows Start key
In the search field enter "Update" and press "ENTER".
In the Windows Update dialog box, click "Check for updates" (or a similar button depending on your version of Windows)
If updates are available for download, click "Install updates."
After the update is complete, the computer must be restarted.
The microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll file may be missing due to accidental deletion, uninstallation as a shared file of another program (shared with Windows) or removal by malicious software. In addition, the corruption of the microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll file may be due to a lack of power during Windows startup, or a system failure when saving the microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll file, invalid sectors on the storage media (usually the main hard disk) or malware infection. That is why it is important to update the antivirus program and regularly scan.
The most common errors that occur if the DLL named "microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll" is missing:
Access violation at - microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll.
Can not find microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll.
C: \ Windows \ System32 \ microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll can not be found.
The microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll file can not be registered.
The Windows program can not be started. A required component is missing: microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll. Please reinstall the Windows program.
microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll failed to load.
The application was not started because microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll was not found.
The microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll file is missing or damaged.
This application failed to start because the microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll file was not found. Re-installing the application may solve this problem.
Cannot register microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll
Invalid or corrupt microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll registry entry.
Virus or malware infection which has corrupted the microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll file.
Microsoft hardware failure, such as a bad hard drive, which has corrupted the microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll file.
Another program overwrote the required version of microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll.
Another program maliciously or mistakenly deleted the microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll file.
Another program uninstalled the microsoft.storage.persistentmemory.management.commands.dll file.