Many people have reported the “Could Not Load File or Assembly RSy3_AudioAppStreamsWrapper.dll” error message popping up after their PC boot up or some program installation, which is becoming quite concerning.

What is RSy3_AudioAppStreamsWrapper.dll Error?

One of the main reasons for DLL issues to occur is there is some corrupt file, and in the case of the RSy3_AudioAppStreamsWrapper.dll error, Winsock Catalog corruption might be a core cause of this. However, many users report faulty installation of Microsoft Visual C++ or some applications such as Visual Studio can also cause the error.

Fix 1: Reset the Winsock Catalog

This component of Windows deals with the input/output requests that internet applications make, and being such a central part of it makes it necessary to look in its way and try to reset it. It may be that the catalog is corrupt and is now causing the ‘RSy3_AudioAppStreamsWrapper.dll’ error. So, follow the steps below and perform this fix.

Launch CMD as administrator. You can do this by searching for it in the Start Menu or try opening the Run dialog by pressing Win + R keys and typing in ‘cmd’. Either way, once the window opens, type the ‘netsh winsock reset catalog’ command and hit Enter. This will start to reset the Winsock Catalog; you only need to restart your PC, and the error will be fixed.

Tip: If you’re having trouble with Windows updates, registry errors, drivers, and activation, we recommend using Restoro. This software will scan and fix your problem automatically.

Fix 2: Disable .NET features

Sometimes, programs come with their version of the .NET framework, but OS offers them an old or different one. This leads to a mismatch between the program and the .NET framework, leading to errors such as the ‘RSy3_AudioAppStreamsWrapper.dll’. So, it becomes necessary to disable the .NET features of your OS to solve this problem.

Go to the Programs section of the Control Panel, look for the Windows features on or off setting in the left plane, and open it. Then, search from a list of features, the .NET framework features, and memorize the enabled ones.

For memorization, we recommend you take a picture from your phone or screenshot the enabled framework features, and once done, uncheck the enabled checkboxes.

After that, restart the PC and download the Visual Studio application via this link. Here, a Workload tab will appear, so keep a note of it, and when it does, click on .NET Desktop Development. Once done, head over to the Individual Components tab and enable all .NET features present there, which will complete the installation of Visual Studio. Once the procedures are complete, reboot your PC and see if the DLL error is fixed.

Fix 3: Reinstall Visual C++ or the Problematic Software

As mentioned earlier, the corrupt installation of components or software sometimes leads to DLL errors, and the ‘RSy3_AudioAppStreamsWrapper.dll’ error message is no exception. Mostly, programs like Visual C++ and Razor Synapse have been reported for this error, and reinstalling them might fix your problem here. So, follow the steps below to do it.

Close the razor synapse program completely, and head to the Uninstall Program section of the Control Panel. There, locate the damaged software (razor synapse) and uninstall it. Once done, restart your PC and type in the following commands one by one in the Run dialog box and delete Razor Synapse-related files.

%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%
%PROGRAMFILES%
%ProgramData%
%AppData%.

Once done, reboot your PC and head back to the Uninstall section of the Control Panel. Now, look for Microsoft Visual C++ and click on the Change option by clicking on it. This will take you to the repair option, so commence the repair. After the repair, repeat the same for all the Microsoft Visual C++ components present there, and through it, keep a check on the DLL error, and see when it stops occurring.

That is all for our fixes for the RSy3_AudioAppStreamsWrapper.dll error. If you are experiencing other errors with your PC and video games, check our hub for PC errors and their fixes.

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