Many users complain that they face this problem where they see error messages like "Msstdfmt.dll not found"OR"The msstdfmt.dll file is missingWhile trying to access or install a program on your Windows 10 PC, you may see similar types of error messages stating the same thing.
The msstdfmt.dll error may occur due to a situation that may end up deleting or damaging certain files in msstdfmt.dll, it could lead to registry issues, virus attacks or hardware may be damaged. Fortunately, however, there are some solutions that can help you fix this problem. Let's see how.
Method 1: running SFC / Scannow
Step 1: Go to Home at the desk and type Symbol of the system in the search field. Right-click on the result and select Run as administrator Open Symbol of the system in administrator mode.
Step 2: A Symbol of the system in the window, type the following command and press Log in:
sfc / scannow
The scan takes some time, so please wait until it completes. It will fix any bugs found on the spot.
This should fix the problem, however if you still can't access the programs then try the second method.
Method 2: use the registry command
Step 1: Go to Home at the desk and type regedit in the search field. Now, right click on the result and select Run as administrator.
Step 2: A Registry Editor window, go to archive tab and select Export.
Step 3: Now, create a backup of the file Registry Editor in one of your favorite places.
For example, here we create a backup file in Documents. We name the file as Support for and pressed the button Save button. You can name the file as you wish.
Step 4: Now go ahead Step 1 da 1 method Open Symbol of the system in administrator mode. Now in Symbol of the system window, execute the following two commands one by one and press Log in whenever:
- regsvr32 c: windows system32 msstdfmt.dll
- regsvr32 c: windows syswow64 msstdfmt.dll
Step 4: Departure Symbol of the system and now go to the link below to download the file DLL archive:
It will show links for all 32-bit versions. Download the latest DLL file.
Step 5: Open the zip file downloaded in the file Browser on file and drag to save the file MSSTDFMT.DLL files on the desktop.
Step 6: Now press the button Windows + E keys together on the keyboard to open the file Browser on file. Click on What PC link on the left and click to open the file Unit C on the right.
Step 7: Go to the following location step by step:
Step 8: Now copy the file MSSTDFMT.DLL desktop file and paste it into System32.
In the displayed message, click Follow to grant the administrator the rights to paste.
Step 9: Now, reopen the command prompt with admin mode as shown in method 1. Now, run the same two commands one by one and press Log in whenever:
That's all. Now restart your PC and the error should go away.