How to Fix ‘accelerometerdll.DLL was found’ Error

Many users are getting the ‘accelerometerdll.DLL was found’ error continuously on their system. Some of the users are complaining that they are getting this error when they try to launch the Microsoft Edge or any other third party browsing application which uses the accelerometerdll.DLL on their system. Do you want to fix this error? Then follow the instructions mentioned below.

Here’s how to fix ‘accelerometerdll.DLL was found’ error

· Install the DriveGuard

1.   You need to start downloading the DriveGuard updated version.

2.  After completing the downloading process, go to the executable file.

3.  Go through the guidelines given on the screen for installing the DriveGuard on the system.

4.  After finishing the installation process, start the system once again.

5.  Let the startup sequence gets completed, go through the action, which is causing this error.

· Reinstall 3D DriveGuard

1.   Click on the Windows and R keys together.

2.  Go to the Run prompt box.

3.  Enter “appwiz.cpl” in the search bar.

4.  Click on the Enter option.

5.  It will launch the Programs and Features menu.

6.  After going in the Programs and Features menu, go down to the menu list of all the apps which you have already installed.

7.  You need to right-click on the recent DriveGuard installation window.

8.  After that, select the Uninstall option by going to the pop-up menu.

9.  After the uninstalling process gets completed, start the system.

10. Wait till the uninstallation procedure gets completed.

11. Begin the downloading process of the DriveGuard updated version.

12. After completing the downloading process, go through the guidelines for installation the file on the system.

13. Check if you have fixed “accelerometerdll was found” error.

· Installing each pending update

1.   Click on the Windows and R keys together.

2.  It will launch the Run pop-up box.

3.  Enter “mssettings:windowsupdate” in the search bar.

4.  Click on the Enter option.

5.  It will launch the Windows Update menu.

6.  It is located on the Settings application.

7.  After going in the Windows update menu, press on the Check for Update option.

8.  Wait till you have completed the investigation process.

9.  Go through the guidelines for installing each pending update.

10.  After installing each pending update, start the system again.

11. After that, check if you have fixed this issue or not.

· Restore your computer

1.   Click on the Windows and R keys together.

2.  It will launch the Run prompt box.

3.  Enter “rstrui” in the search bar.

4.  Click on the Enter option.

5.  It will launch the System Restore utility menu.

6.  In case the User Account Control menu is getting open on your desktop, then press on the Yes option.

7.  After going to the System Restore window, press on the Next option.

8.  You need to check the section registered with the Show more restore points option.

9.  Go through the dates linked with the every restore point.

10. Choose the correct restore point option.

11. Press on the Next option.

12. Press on the Finish option.

13.  It will begin the restoring process of the computer.

14.  Press on this option, and the system will start restarting.

15.  Start the system again.

16.  Check if you have fixed this issue or not.

Jessica Davis is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, She has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

Source: ‘accelerometerdll.DLL was found’ Error

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Published by marconixon

Hello, I’m Marco. I am working as an IT professional and holds a very good experience in the same field.

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