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27 February 2008 @ 10pm


OLEACC.DLL critical Component of Active Accessibility Core

Oleacc.dll is the Active Accessibility Core Component available in Windows operating systems. It is used by Windows when using Active Accessibility products. It was developed by Microsoft and is utilized in Microsoft Windows systems. The dll is not listed as an essential system component, but special consideration should be taken before deleting or altering it.

The oleacc.dll file is included in Microsoft Active Accessibility and will be loaded when Active Accessibility is installed on your computer.

Errors associated with the oleacc.dll include a missing or damaged file.

“A Required dll Oleacc.dll Was Not Found”

The solution for this error is pretty easy. Just visit our top dll downloads post and download the file; then, install it in the appropriate folder, which may vary based on the version of Windows that you are using.

You can also install the Microsoft Active Accessibility package and that installation will load a copy of oleacc.dll that can then be accessed by any program.

“file not found – fxsapi.dll” and “fxaspi.dll – required file cannot be found” etc.

The above error and variations of it can result from the file being corrupt or the wrong version also not necessarily absent.  Some other errors that may be displayed because of a corrupt file or file of a wrong version are

“cannot start oleacc.dll.DLL file. Check the oleacc.dll file to fix the problem.” and “A required dll, oleacc.dll was not found”

For these errors, you can follow the instructions above. Either install or reinstall Microsoft Active Accessibility package, which includes the oleacc.dll and will load it onto your computer and put it in its proper place so that it and other programs can access it when they need to, or you can visit our top dll downloads post and download the oleacc.dll file. Then you will install the file in the appropriate directory depending on the version of Windows that you are using. Generally, you will place it with the other dll’s in the \system32\ for most current versions of Windows.