Immediately after uninstalling two Visual Studio 2012's, x64 and x86 Redistributables by AVG technologies, received this Run DLL error on reboot. "There was a problem starting C:\Windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll - the specified module could not be found."
I understand it's the Logitech Download Assistant that's the problem, but I can't successfully uninstall "USB input device" driver and (scan for hardware changes) under "Action" tab. Only get (help) showing up under there for me. So can't get the driver to update from Microsoft with Logitech ware. Advice taken while searching for an answer to stop the annoying pop up error every time I log on!
I'm on a HP TouchSmart Notebook (originally 8.1) now upgraded to Win 10. Don't plan on installing AVG product, but should I do a "system restore" anyway and keep the programs? Don't understand the connection, myself. :\
Thanks in advance for reading!
Edited by mars_ha, 28 February 2017 - 09:00 PM.