Download devicepairingfolder.dll file for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and fix devicepairingfolder.dll is missing or not found dll error. The latest version of devicepairingfolder.dll file is v10.0.14393.0 which is a 32 with a file size of approximately 0.19 MB. Microsoft Corporation is the developer of devicepairingfolder.dll and the file belongs to Device Pairing Folder.
DLL stands for Dynamic Link Library. devicepairingfolder.dll is a file that contains code, resources and data that other programs can use. Thus, Dlls provide a way to modularize applications so that their functionality can be updated and reused by other applications. Dll's also help to reduce application size and memory footprint since many applications can share the same code contained in a single Dll file such as devicepairingfolder.dll.
If you are here because your seeing devicepairingfolder.dll errors in your Windows such as :
There are number of ways to fix devicepairingfolder.dll errors. Below you will find 2 such ways:
Where do I put devicepairingfolder.dll file? Download devicepairingfolder.dll and copy it to the application’s installation folder.
Make sure to download devicepairingfolder.dll 32-bit file for 32-bit Windows operating system and devicepairingfolder.dll 64-bit file for 64-bit Windows operating system if they are available. Most new Windows systems would probably be a 64-bit one. You can check to see if your computer is running a 32-bit or a 64-bit version of Windows by doing:Windows 10 and Windows 8.1
After you are done with above installation instructions, try restarting the application throwing devicepairingfolder.dll is missing error.
If that doesn’t fix the error, copy the devicepairingfolder.dll to the systems directory. This can vary between Windows OS versions. Check out the systems directory path for different Windows versions below:
Restart your Windows and see if the error is fixed.
If the error persists, try to register the devicepairingfolder.dll in Windows registry. This can be done by using the “REGSVR32” command prompt and giving the dll file devicepairingfolder.dll.
Make sure you run the command as administrator from the Run Box.
Once you are done registering the devicepairingfolder.dll in the Windows system’s registry, you should be good to go. Restart your Windows once again and devicepairingfolder.dll missing error should be fix.
Clicking on 'Download devicepairingfolder.dll' button below will take you to the download page where you will see list of devicepairingfolder.dll versions with bit, file size and other details of of the file. It is recommended to download the latest version of devicepairingfolder.dll to fix dll errors which is v10.0.14393.0.