What is Logilda.dll and How to Fix its Errors?

Logilda.dll is a Dynamic Link Library (DLL) file associated with Logitech Download Assistant, which is an application extension designed to automatically install device drivers for Logitech hardware components on your PC, such as a mouse or keyboard.

The error, “There was a problem starting C:\Windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll The specified module could not be found” frequently due to issues with the LogiLDA.dll file. To prevent this error, you can choose to restore the DLL file or, alternatively, disable the Logitech Download Assistant from starting up with your system.

A DLL file contains code used by several applications; corruption, misplacement, or deletion of this file can lead to errors upon application startup.

1. Reinstall the Logitech Download Assistant

When you plug any Logitech hardware component, such as the keyboard, the Logitech Download Assitant automatically gets installed along with the driver. To perform a reinstallation of the Logitech Download Assitant, you can simply perform a reinstallation of the Logitech device driver.

  1. Press the Win key and type Device Manager.
  2. Hit Enter to open the device manager.
  3. Here, right-click the Logitech device and select Uninstall. Once again, click Uninstall to confirm.
  4. Additionally, you can disconnect the Logitech device.
  5. Once done, reconnect the Logitech device and restart your computer to reinstall the driver.

2. Disable Logitech Software from the Startup

Basically, by removing the software from the automatic startup sequence, you prevent it from launching when Windows boots up. This helps because if the error comes from Logitech software attempting to use a missing or corrupted DLL file upon startup, disabling its automatic initiation fixes the cause of this error.

  1. Right-click the Taskbar and select Task Manager.
  2. In the Task Manager, navigate to Startup Apps, right-click on Logitech Download Assistant, and select Disable.
  3. Click on the Start Menu and type msconfig.
  4. Open the System Configurations window.
  5. Switch to the Services tab, locate the Logitech Download Assistant service, uncheck it, then click Apply and OK.
  6. Restart your computer to make sure the changes take effect, and the error should no longer appear.

3. Disable the Logitech Download Assistant via the Registry key

We can also configure the registry keys to stop the Logitech Download Assistant from starting up at the startup. This should prevent the error message from popping up.

  1. Press the Win key and type Registry Editor.
  2. Hit Enter to navigate the Registry Editor.
  3. Navigate to the following destination.
  4. Find and remove the entries related to Logitech Download Assistant.
  5. Once done, the Logitech Download Assistant should not run upon Windows startup.

By following the above methods, you should be able to stop the errors related to Logilda.dll from occurring. If the problem persists, get further assistance from Logitech support.


Hamza Mohammad Anwar

Hamza Mohammad Anwar is an intermediate JavaScript web developer with a focus on developing high-performance applications using MERN technologies. His skill set includes expertise in ReactJS, MongoDB, Express NodeJS, and other related technologies. Hamza is also a Google IT Certified professional, which highlights his competence in IT support. As an avid problem-solver, he recreates errors on his computer to troubleshoot and find solutions to various technical issues.