Overview: The Error “There was a problem starting C:\Windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll. The specified module could not be found” is related to Logitech Download Assistant. This error is generally noticed because of the Logitech driver issue. Please follow the troubleshooting steps one by one to fix this error.
End Logitech Download Assistant From Task Manager
Make a right click on the taskbar and select Task Manager
Select the Startup tab (Click on More details if you don’t see all the tabs) and highlight Logitech Download Assistant and click on Disable to close Logitech Download Assistant.
Delete the Logitech Download Assistant From Windows Registry
To resolve the issue permanently you can delete the Logitech Download Assistant from Windows Registry
To do so press Windows + R on the keyboard to open the run box and type in regedit and hit OK.
Copy this path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run and paste it on the top of the regedit screen as shown below:
Find Logitech Download Assistant in the list and make a right click on it and hit Delete. In the above pic, it’s not there but in your regedit you should find it.
Restart your PC.
Reinstall the Logitech Software
Reinstalling the Logitech SetPoint Software to the latest version may fix the issue. In order to do that first, we have to uninstall the current version.
- To do so press Windows + R on the keyboard to open the run box and type in appwiz.cpl and hit OK.
- Find Logitech SetPoint Software, make a right click on it and select Uninstall.
- Now restart your PC.
- After Restart, visit this link to download and install the latest version of Logitech SetPoint Software. Select the right Windows version before the download.
Most of the time updating the windows fixes multiple issues with your system. Windows 10 users can press Windows + I key on the keyboard to open Settings, select Update & Security and then click on Check for updates, restart the system after the download completes.
Windows 7 users can visit this link to update Windows 7
Uninstall and Reinstall The Logitech Driver From Device Manager
To do so, press Windows + R on the keyboard to open the run box and type in devmgmt.msc and hit OK.
Find Logitech HID mouse under Mice and other pointing devices, make a right click on it and select Uninstall device, confirm the Uninstall and restart your PC. The system will install the default mouse driver and that should fix the issue.
By following the steps mentioned above, I am sure one of the steps should resolve the error “There was a problem starting C:\Windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll”.