Dynamic link library LZ32.DLL (LZ32), version 4.10.1998
What is LZ32.DLL: It is part of XP, Vista Window 7 or 8 software (component of program or application)
Other issues: DirectX, Microsoft operating system, update Security net or/on office apps, download
Sometimes you meet: High CPU consumption. Massive procesor usage, LZ32.DLL is missing
FOR PROFESSIONALS ONLY: system related resources with cybrcrdr.exe virus in LZ32.DLL, targeted LZ32.DLL cybrcrdr.exe error or common cybrcrdr.exe application error. Removal isntructions: howto remove cybrcrdr.exe (with LZ32.DLL). Solve typical troubles of if cybrcrdr.exe not responding and lower cpu usage: cybrcrdr.exe high cpu, LZ32.DLL high cpu.
Some values from the DLL file:
Copyright: Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp. 1991-1998
Original filename: LZ32.DLL
Internal filename: LZ32
Internal version: 4.10.1998
Author (e.g. manufacturer, producer etc..): Microsoft Corporation
Text description: Win32 LZ32 core component
Fix troubles with common crash fault, when faulting with 'xxx has encountered a problem and needed to close...'
Typical errors for LZ32: trojan, runtime error, missing dll file, virus found in, howto delete, remove, replace, start removal, repair, correcting LZ32.DLL, downlaod patch...
What to do with this: First display this info on the DLL located in your computer and than compare those values with listed above. How to display this DLL info: Find DLL, press Ctrl+Enter on the DLL name (or Right-Click and select 'Properties' from menu), then select 'Version' tab. WARNING: Malicious software (spyware,trojans, hack tools etc...) can easily save here fake identification, author name, copyright, version etc, so be VERY VERY careful (please see disclaimer below).
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More DLL info:
Filename: LZ32.DLL (LZ32)
File size (bytes): 24576 (24 kB)
Default location: Windows instalation folder/some subfolder
Operating system (OS): DOS-Win 16
Is this DLL a part of OS?: YES
User reviews: nobody reviewed this
Security rating: Not rated yet
Security review: Core DLL needed for Windows operating system. You should not delete it
Readable text from DLL file: n DOS mode.?'a7?.text?`.data?.idata?P.rsrc?@.reloc?LZA file decompression DLL?t+@?FT_LzFThkThkConnecn DOS mode. 'a7 .text `.data .idata P.rsrc .reloc LZA file decompression DLL t+ FT_LzFThkThkConnec
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