arm.dll Error Fix


The arm.dll module is actually termed as an application monitoring module developed by Adobe Systems Incorporated. It is in fact an open source DLL file developed by Hewlett-Packard and IBM to provide end-users with the ability to track down and log various host system activities. As such the arm.dll module is found only in networking environments like Windows NT and Siebel for example.

The arm.dll module is primarily responsible for handling monitoring protocols to be carried out by the host system it resides in. It is a resident DLL file and considered vital to any network related software. Windows XP being a desktop cum network application operating system employs the arm.dll module to continuously monitor PC activity such as internet browsing, networking functions (i.e. LAN and WAN applications) and other critical and non-critical events that would greatly affect the host machine’s overall performance.

The arm.dll module also supports antivirus modules like dec2arj.dll and pwcmdnt.dll by monitoring unwarranted activities and informing these DLL files through protocols that emanate between the arm.dll module and the network operating system.

The arm.dll file is the invisible armour of the host system. Generous amount of physical RAM is needed (about 512 MB) to allow the arm.dll module to co-exist peacefully with the system.

The arm.dll file is distributed by Adobe Systems Incorporated which is also a member of the Open Source Community. The arm.dll module is a critical file residing in the operating system’s registry and any attempt to disengage this DLL file would result in considerable damage from malfunctioning protocols within the host system itself to erratic monitoring of PC activities. The arm.dll module is a risk checking DLL file and care must be taken as to when and how to manipulate this DLL file.

Recommended fix if you are experiencing arm.dll error messages:

DLL (Dynamic Link Library) files contain computer code and resources that can be used by multiple programs at the same time. This uses less system memory and helps your computer system run more efficiently. DLL files give program developers the ability to reuse code to add features to several programs without the need to write new code for each program.

There are many programs that require DLL files to function properly so when one of them is damaged or missing it will cause program crashes and poor system performance.

To fix these problems the user must replace the damaged file with a valid working version. If a working version cannot be found the user may perform a reinstallation of their operating system.

Arm.dll is created by:

 Adobe Systems Inc

Known file path:

C:\Windows\ Win32\ arm.dll

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