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WdfCoInstaller01000.dll is a Dynamic Link Library (DLL), designed to share functions and resources among various programs. Instead of every application having its own set of functions, common functions are kept in .DLL files so they can be shared among many applications.

How to Fix WdfCoInstaller01000.dll Errors.

When an application requires WdfCoInstaller01000.dll, Microsoft Windows will check the application and system folders for this .dll file. If the file is missing or corrupted you may receive a .dll error and the application may not function properly. While some .dll errors might need more detailed fixes, these initial steps often solve common problems.

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This application has failed to start because WdfCoInstaller01000.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem.
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