Many Windows users have recently reported experiencing an error “TaskSchedulerHelper.dll is missing” whenever they start their computer. Most of the time, the “TaskSchedulerHelper.dll is missing” error occurs because the DLL file download from the third-party application might be corrupt.

TaskSchedulerHelper.dll is an essential DLL required for starting up applications. If you are facing the “TaskSchedulerHelper.dll is missing” error, following the step-by-step solution below should solve this error.

Fix#1: Use AutoRuns To Remove Startup Program Responsible

Something you can try to fix the “TaskSchedulerHelper.dll is missing” is using AutoRuns so you can remove the startup program causing this error. You can do so by following the steps given below:

Head to the official website and download “Autoruns and Autorunsc”. After downloading, use Winrar, WinZip, etc., to decompress and extract the compressed downloaded file. Open up AutoRuns executable and the utility folder. Once Autoruns starts up, wait until the Everything list is filled, press Ctrl+F to start the search, and type “TaskSchedulerHelper.dll” in the search box.

Right-click on the first highlighted and select delete to remove it from startup. Open up the search function and repeat the process until it is free of all the apps. After you’ve deleted all the startup apps, the “TaskSchedulerHelper.dll is missing” error should be fixed.

Fix#2: Use CCleaner To Remove Startup Program Responsible

If using AutoRuns didn’t do the trick for you, then you can try using CCleaner to remove the startup program responsible. You can do so by following the steps given below to solve the “TaskSchedulerHelper.dll is missing” error:

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First off, download CCleaner from its official website. Once it’s downloaded, open it up and follow the onscreen instructions to install it. Head on over to tool > startup. Inspect the Windows tab for any key file which contains the TaskSchedulerHelper.dll and delete it. Repeat the same process for all the keys in the Schedule Tasks.

Once everything is done, start up the cleaner, head to the registry cleaner, and scan the files for any issues. After all the scanning is done, restart your computer and see if the “TaskSchedulerHelper.dll is missing” error is fixed.

Finding your way around the “TaskSchedulerHelper.dll is missing” error is not that difficult because the solutions given above are more than capable of solving this issue. If you are facing errors and issues with other PC games or your PC, then also see our hub for commonly occurring PC errors and their fixes.

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