Fix: Could not Load File or Assembly ‘RSy3_AudioAppStreamsWrapper.dll’

Your system may display the RSy3_AudioAppStreamsWrapper.dll error if the Winsock Catalog of your system is corrupt. What’s more, corrupt Microsoft Visual C++ installation may also cause the issue under discussion.

Several users receive the error when he boots his system (usually, after the installation of another application such as Visual Studio, or after a Windows update). The problem is mainly complained on Razer Synapse.

Could not load file or assembly ‘RSy3_AudioAppStreamsWrapper.dll’

Before proceeding with the troubleshooting process, check if rebooting your system solves the issue.

See also: How To Fix Missing DLL Files Errors on Windows 10/8/7

How To Fix Could not Load File or Assembly ‘RSy3_AudioAppStreamsWrapper.dll in Windows 10

Method 1. Reset Winsock Catalog

Winsock is a technical specification or a programming interface which decides how any program handles input/output requests for Internet applications, i.e., TCP/IP in Windows. You may face the error at hand if the Winsock Catalog of your system is corrupt. To fix this issue, resetting the Winsock Catalog through the Command Prompts.

Winsock is a technical specification or a programming interface which decides how any program handles input/output requests for Internet applications, i.e., TCP/IP in Windows. In this guide, we will learn about Winsock, why and when you need to reset, and how to reset Winsock in Windows 10.

1. Start a Command Promt as Administrator.

2. In a Command Window (CMD), execute the following:

netsh winsock reset catalog

3. Wait for the Command Prompt to run through the reset.

4. Reboot your system. After restarting, check if the DLL error is resolved.

Method 2. Disable .NET Features in the Control Panel

You may get the DLL error under discussion if the application uses a different version of .Net Framework but the OS of your system is serving it with another version. In this case, disabling the built-in dot net framework may solve the issue.

1. Open Control Panel.

2. Select Programs, click on Turn Windows Features on or off.

3. Then, expand .Net Framework 3.5 and then unselect every option there.

4. Repeat the same for all the variants of .Net Framework by unchecking the relevant checkbox.

5. Restart your PC.

6. Open a web browser and download the Visual Studio Express. And then run the downloaded file with administrative privileges.

7. During installation, at the Workload tab, select “.Net Desktop Development” and at the Individual Components tab, enable all the .NET Feature present there.

8. Now complete the installation of Visual Studio Express and then restart your system.

After restartign your computer, check if the system is clear of the DLL error. If so, then repeat steps 1 to 4 to enable the .Net Framework options in the system’s Control Panel (that were disabled) and the DLL issue is resolved.

Method 3. Reinstall the Problematic Application

Your system may fail to load the problematic DLL file if the installation of the program using the said file is corrupt. In this context, reinstalling the Visual C++ and the problematic application (e.g. Razer Synapse) may solve the issue.

1. Open Control Panel and select Programs, click on Uninstall a Program.

2. Find the problematic applications (in my example, Razer Synapse) and click on Uninstall. Follow the prompts on your screen to uninstall the problematic application.

3. Restart your system.

4. After restarting, right-click on the Windows button and click Run. After that, type the following one by one and delete the folders related to Razer Synapse there (Razer, Synapse3, Razer Chroma SDK, etc.):

%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%

%PROGRAMFILES%

%ProgramData%

%AppData%

5. Lastly, reboot your system and upon reboot, reinstall Razer Synapse and check if your system is clear of the DLL error.

Method 4. Reinstall the Visual C++

1. Open Control Panel and select Programs, click on Uninstall a Program.

2. Locate any of the Microsoft Visual C++ X86 based installations (ignore X64 installations) and then uninstall them.

3. Repeat the same to uninstall all X86-based versions of Microsoft Visual C++.

4. Now reboot your system and upon reboot, reinstall the Microsoft Visual C++ X86 versions.

Checkout this video to illustrate this guide:

Hope something helps you.

 
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