When you use a program on your computer, it may need to use a specific file called "fil.dll". This .dll file contains important instructions that the program needs to work correctly.
When you open the program, your computer will look in two specific places to find the .dll file. First, it will look in the folder where the program is installed on your computer. Second, it will look in a system folder on your computer called "System32" and/or "SysWOW64".
If your computer cannot find the "fil.dll" file in either of these two places, you may see an error message that says the file is missing. This can cause the program to not work properly or to not open at all.