• How to fix TMUNZIP.EXE Errors?

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    Common TMUNZIP.EXE Errors

    If the TMUNZIP.EXE file is missing or the software using this file has not been installed correctly, you can get errors related to the TMUNZIP.EXE file. Dll files being missing can sometimes cause basic Windows softwares to also give errors. You can even receive an error when Windows is loading. You can find the error messages that are caused by the TMUNZIP.EXE file.

    If you don't know how to install the TMUNZIP.EXE file you will download from our site, you can browse the methods above. Above we explained all the processes you can do to solve the dll error you are receiving. If the error is continuing after you have completed all these methods, please use the comment form at the bottom of the page to contact us. Our editor will respond to your comment shortly.

    1. "TMUNZIP.EXE not found." error
    2. "The file TMUNZIP.EXE is missing." error
    3. "TMUNZIP.EXE access violation." error
    4. "Cannot register TMUNZIP.EXE." error
    5. "Cannot find TMUNZIP.EXE." error
    6. "This application failed to start because TMUNZIP.EXE was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem." error

    How to Install AND Fix TMUNZIP.EXE?

    Download the TMUNZIP.EXE error Repair Tool.


    First, open DLLEscort, click on the "File Repair" to the right of the input file name and click download

    After the download is complete, find the corresponding version of the file, click on "Open"

    This will open Explorer, then you'll see the file, right-copy

    Copy it to the corresponding directory

    Next, you need to do a full system scan

    DLLEscort Scan System

    Method 1: Solving the DLL Error by Copying the TMUNZIP.EXE File to the Windows System Folder

    1. Copy the "TMUNZIP.EXE" file you extracted and paste it into the "C:\Windows\System32" folder.
      Step 3:Copying the TMUNZIP.EXE file into the Windows/System32 folder
    2. If you are using a 64 Bit operating system, copy the "TMUNZIP.EXE" file and paste it into the "C:\Windows\sysWOW64" as well.
      NOTE! On Windows operating systems with 64 Bit architecture, the dll file must be in both the "sysWOW64" folder as well as the "System32" folder. In other words, you must copy the "TMUNZIP.EXE" file into both folders.
      Step 4:Pasting the TMUNZIP.EXE file into the Windows/sysWOW64 folder
    3. In order to complete this step, you must run the Command Prompt as administrator. In order to do this, all you have to do is follow the steps below.
      NOTE! We ran the Command Prompt using Windows 10. If you are using Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP, you can use the same method to run the Command Prompt as administrator.
      1. Open the Start Menu and before clicking anywhere, type "cmd" on your keyboard. This process will enable you to run a search through the Start Menu. We also typed in "cmd" to bring up the Command Prompt.
      2. Right-click the "Command Prompt" search result that comes up and click the Run as administrator" option.
      Step 5:Running the Command Prompt as administrator
    4. Paste the command below into the Command Line that will open up and hit Enter. This command will delete the damaged registry of the TMUNZIP.EXE file (It will not delete the file we pasted into the System32 folder; it will delete the registry in Regedit. The file we pasted into the System32 folder will not be damaged).
      %windir%\System32\regsvr32.exe /u TMUNZIP.EXE
      Step 6:Deleting the damaged registry of the TMUNZIP.EXE
    5. If you have a 64 Bit operating system, after running the command above, you must run the command below. This command will clean the TMUNZIP.EXE file's damaged registry in 64 Bit as well (The cleaning process will be in the registries in the Registry Editor< only. In other words, the dll file you paste into the SysWoW64 folder will stay as it).
      %windir%\SysWoW64\regsvr32.exe /u TMUNZIP.EXE
      Step 7:Uninstalling the TMUNZIP.EXE file's broken registry from the Registry Editor (for 64 Bit)
    6. We need to make a new registry for the dll file in place of the one we deleted from the Windows Registry Editor. In order to do this process, copy the command below and after pasting it in the Command Line, press Enter.
      %windir%\System32\regsvr32.exe /i TMUNZIP.EXE
      Step 8:Creating a new registry for the TMUNZIP.EXE file in the Windows Registry Editor
    7. Windows 64 Bit users must run the command below after running the previous command. With this command, we will create a clean and good registry for the TMUNZIP.EXE file we deleted.
      %windir%\SysWoW64\regsvr32.exe /i TMUNZIP.EXE
      Step 9:Creating a clean and good registry for the TMUNZIP.EXE file (64 Bit için)
    8. You may see certain error messages when running the commands from the command line. These errors will not prevent the installation of the TMUNZIP.EXE file. In other words, the installation will finish, but it may give some errors because of certain incompatibilities. After restarting your computer, to see if the installation was successful or not, try running the software that was giving the dll error again. If you continue to get the errors when running the software after the installation, you can try the 2nd Method as an alternative.

    Method 2: Copying the TMUNZIP.EXE File to the Software File Folder

    1. In order to install the dll file, you need to find the file folder for the software that was giving you errors such as "TMUNZIP.EXE is missing", "TMUNZIP.EXE not found" or similar error messages. In order to do that, Right-click the software's shortcut and click the Properties item in the right-click menu that appears.
      Step 1:Opening the software shortcut properties window
    2. Click on the Open File Location button that is found in the Properties window that opens up and choose the folder where the application is installed.
      Step 2:Opening the file folder of the software
    3. Copy the TMUNZIP.EXE file into this folder that opens.
      Step 3:Copying the TMUNZIP.EXE file into the software's file folder
    4. This is all there is to the process. Now, try to run the software again. If the problem still is not solved, you can try the 3rd Method.

    Method 4: Solving the TMUNZIP.EXE Error Using the Windows System File Checker

    1. In order to complete this step, you must run the Command Prompt as administrator. In order to do this, all you have to do is follow the steps below.
      NOTE! We ran the Command Prompt using Windows 10. If you are using Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP, you can use the same method to run the Command Prompt as administrator.
      1. Open the Start Menu and before clicking anywhere, type "cmd" on your keyboard. This process will enable you to run a search through the Start Menu. We also typed in "cmd" to bring up the Command Prompt.
      2. Right-click the "Command Prompt" search result that comes up and click the Run as administrator" option.
      Step 1:Running the Command Prompt as administrator
    2. Type the command below into the Command Line page that comes up and run it by pressing Enter on your keyboard.
      sfc /scannow
      Step 2:Getting rid of Windows Dll errors by running the sfc /scannow command
    3. The process can take some time depending on your computer and the condition of the errors in the system. Before the process is finished, don't close the command line! When the process is finished, try restarting the software that you are experiencing the errors in after closing the command line.