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SQLite3.dll – the dll file called “SQLite3 Dynamic Link Library” is part of the SQLite3 program developed by Apple Inc. SQLite is a software library that implements a stand-alone SQL database engine, without a server, configuration or transaction. SQLite is the most widely used SQL database engine in the world. The SQLite source code is publicly available.
Some applications or games require this file to work properly. If SQLite3.dll file is missing, several errors can occur when starting the application/game. To fix these bugs, please read the solution recommendation below.
Is Sqlite3.dll a secure file?
The real sqlite3.dll file is a secure file. However, cases of dishonest version of sqlite3.dll have also been recorded.
It is known that Snape sqlite3.dll is associated with the following malware:
- Application.KGB_Spy [PC Tools]
- Mal/Packer [Sophos]
- Trojan Horse [Symantec]
- Trojan.Crypt [Ikarus]
- Win-Trojan/Xema.variant [AhnLab]
Recommended solution to fix SQLite3 Dll error
To fix errors related to the.DLL file, you must download SQLite3.dll and copy it to the application or game installation folder, or copy it to the Windows system folder and correct the error. If you don’t know how to install this file, please read our tutorial on installing DLL files.
Reinstalling a recently uninstalled application
If the missing sqlite3.dll error occurred shortly after uninstalling an application, reinstall the application to correct the error. Incorrect uninstallation of programs can result in the removal of shared DLLs and recurring DLL errors. To properly uninstall unwanted programs, use the Add or Remove Programs utility.
Use Autoruns to remove the error “sqlite3.dll is missing”.
Let’s see if the error “sqlite3.dll missing” can be corrected automatically via Autoruns. This free tool, developed by one of Microsoft’s engineers, examines all unaccounted-for startup keys and allows you to easily remove items that end up causing such an error.
Here is a brief guide to installing and using Autoruns to remove the sqlite3.dll boot key :
Using the Microsoft Security Scanner
Some sqlite3.dll errors may be related to a virus or other malicious infection on the computer that damaged the DLL file. You can also run a Microsoft security scanner to make sure your computer is virus-free.
Before performing the safety analysis, you must save the important data.
Microsoft Safety Scanner is an analysis tool designed to detect and remove malware from Windows computers. Simply download it and run an analysis to find the malware and try to undo the changes made by the identified threats.
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