Kernel32.dll file handles the memory usage in Microsoft Windows. It is one of the primary files that are needed in order for Windows to function properly. When you start your PC - kernel32.dll is loaded in to a protected space in the memory, and there after it locates other applications that wants to be loaded in to the memory. Nothing works in Windows if the kernel32.dll file is damaged, moved or deleted. For this reason, we advise everyone to never attempt replacement of this file unless you *really* know what you are doing.
In most cases when you get an error message about kernel32.dll it is because of system incompatibilities with the application you are trying to run. Figure out why it is incompatible with your system first, it might be as simple as locating a different version of that program.
The most common occurring error messages caused by problems with kernel32.dll:
- "Explorer caused an invalid page fault in module Kernel32.dll."
- "Iexplore caused an invalid page fault in module kernel32.dll."
- "Failed to locate Procedure Entry point, [example] could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll"
- "Commgr32 caused an invalid page fault in module kernel32.dll."
- "Error in Kernel32.dll."
- "[PROGRAM NAME] has caused an error in Kernel32.dll."
Errors arise when other applications in "Windows" are trying to access the protected memory space that Kernel32.dll is using. These kind of errors can occur in all "Microsoft Windows" operating systems from "Windows 95" to "Windows 7" and "Windows 8".
If you are unsure what to do, contact our support by submitting a ticket above or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help with troubleshooting the error with you.