Most programs that run on Windows need files from the Dynamic Link Library (DLL) to work.
When the DLL file is missing from the computer, the operating system can’t load the information from the file, or the file can’t be found, the user gets specific errors about the missing file.
“BugSplat.dll not found or missing” is one of the errors people get, and as strange as it sounds, it will stop you from running programs. This article will talk about different solutions you can try to fix this error.
Run an SFC Scan
Type cmd in your Windows search bar and select Run as Administrator.
Type sfc/scannow and press Enter.
Restart your PC.
Remove Malware From Your System
If an SFC scan doesn’t work, check to see if malware is corrupting your files or stopping your processes from running smoothly.
Malware can be removed in a number of ways. You can use third-party apps to look for viruses, use different Windows tools to scan for viruses, or use Microsoft Defender’s offline scan to get rid of malware. As long as the method you choose works for you, it doesn’t matter what it is.
Use System Restore
Type Create Restore in your Windows search bar and Open the first result.
Under the System Protection tab, click on System Restore.
Select any system restore point from the list and click on Next.
Follow any on-screen instructions.