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I have blocked Update1.dll from a enterprise AV solution.. Systems not booting up.

dll file not found after Creator’s Update, Code Execution Cannot Proceed

Hi Aberfoyle,

It is possible that the
.dll file was corrupted during the update causing the error to occur.
To better assist you, kindly find the
.dll file
in
c:\Windows\System32. If you can find the
.dll file, it means that we need to
register
your
.dll file
to your
Operating System
for it to
work. To do this, we need to
unregister
the
.dll file
first and
re-register
it. Here are the steps on how to do so:

To unregister the .dll file:

  • Press
    Windows key + R, type
    Regsvr32 /u c:\Windows\System32\VCRUNTIME140.dll
    and hit
    Enter/OK.

To re-register the .dll file:

  • Press
    Windows key + R, type
    Regsvr32 c:\Windows\System32\VCRUNTIME140.dll
    and hit
    Enter/OK.

If you cannot find the
.dll
file in
c:\Windows\System32,
kindly run these methods of troubleshooting
so that we will know if the issue is within/not within the
Operating System:

Method 1:
Run SFC Scan.  

SFC
will
scan
and
run
an
automatic repair
to any
corrupted system files
that it will detect. We suggest that you perform it twice. To run an
SFC scan, follow these steps:  

  • Run
    Command Prompt as Administrator.  
  • Type
    sfc /scannow
    and hit
    Enter.   

Note:
Kindly run
SFC twice or thrice
and check for results before you proceed to the next method.

Method 2: Clean Boot.

Clean Boot
will
stop or disable
the
applications
that are running in your
computer’s background.
To perform a
Clean Boot, click
here.

Note:
Reset the computer back to
Normal Mode
once you are done with the troubleshooting by following the section
“How to reset the computer to start normally after clean boot troubleshooting”
from the same article.

After performing these
methods of troubleshooting
and still the issue persists, we suggest that you contact your
computer/laptop manufacturer
for further assistance.

Update us on how it goes.

Regards.