Easy fix for logilda.dll: There was a problem starting C:\Windows\System32\ LogiLDA.dll

After my Windows 10 1903 update, the error RunDLL: There was a problem starting C:\Windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll occurred on my pc with every Windows startup.

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

There was a problem starting C:\Windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll. The specified module could not be found.

LogiLDA.dll is a system file that comes with the installation of the Logitech Download Assistant. You probably have a Logitech mouse, or have had connected in the past. With the majority of Logitech advanced mice the software is installed automatically. You won’t even notice. The missing LogiLDA.dll file will probably prevent your Logitech software from updating to the latest software. In case you don’t care about the software, you’d best disable LogiLDA from startup. Continue to read below how to do that. If you do want to use and update the software, read at the bottom of this article how to reinstall the Logitech Download Assistant.

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

There are several ways to prevent logilda error from appearing at boot. I recommend to disable loading the dll at system boot by using Task Manager.

  • Disable LogiLDA from Startup (recommended)
  • Delete Logitech Download Assistant registry key
  • Reinstall Logitech Driver

Disable LogiLDA from Startup (recommended)

  1. Click Start
  2. Type Task Manager in the search bar
  3. Click Run as administrator
  4. Go to tab Startup
  5. Right click Logitech Download Assistant
  6. Click Disable
    1. If any additional Logitech software is listed, you might want to disable them too.
  7. Restart your computer to verifydisable logilda.dll in task manager

 

Delete Logitech Download Assistant registry key

Another option is to delete the registry key. To do so, follow these steps:

  1. Open your Registry Editor as administrator
  2. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
  3. Locate the key Logitech Download Assistant , right-click and delete

    delete registry key for logilda.dll
    delete registry key for logilda.dll

Reinstall Logitech driver

If you find the Logitech software useful, you may want to reinstall the SetPoint software. This will also fix the error.

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Works great – thank you for this fix!

IAN
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Thank you for this!

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Appreciate your help with the Logitech DLL error

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[…] FIX: There was a problem starting C… – Thank u so much…for those that are trying to find “logiLDA” I didn’t click on that,,,right clicked on “Logitech Download Assistant” which is under NAME. […]

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Thank u so much…for those that are trying to find “logiLDA” I didn’t click on that,,,right clicked on “Logitech Download Assistant” which is under NAME and next to that is PUBLISHER “Logitech, Inc.”

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Mladen

win10, while opening taskmanager at startup shown unnamed disabled “program” with startup impact “not measured”? – but no named specific logiLDA? Other startups were normaly named with respective program names….would try through registry … thanks anyway as seems that the error itself does not cause any damage to computer work or efficiency apart annoying popup notice..

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Kenneth Keeton

Same thing here, there is no “logiLDA” listed in following any of the directions listed above yet the popup still shows and is driving me nuts. I have had no logitech products ever installed in my computer and yet this started about 4 days ago from the date I left this message. Please follow up with another option to correct this as it keeps popping up and driving me crazy since I can not seem to fix it.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Thanks so much this helped

adeg
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Great info…thks

Barry
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Barry

It didn’t work for my system: There wasn’t a Logitech file or entry to delete or disable.

Windows 10 Home Premium with; Logitech 2.1 speakers, and MK710 Logitech Wireless; Keyboard and Mouse combination.

EDI
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EDI

Thanks a lot ! It works. Regards from Croatia..-

Aditya
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Aditya

thanks a lot.

Tim
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Tim

Thank you!

rc
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rc

Thanks for solution.It was fix!

paisa
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paisa

thanks gracias varon

Fred
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Fred

Thank you

Anonymous
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Anonymous

does not work

Dave
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Dave

Thanks it wored great

Julito
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Julito

Thanks. This help solves the problem.

RAVI
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RAVI

THANKS

Ozumy
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Ozumy

Thank you!

Steve
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Your wisdom will be evermore appreciated!

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Josep

Thank you, perfrecte!!