To prevent or avoid further data loss or system crash problems, it's highly recommended for all of you who got qtmlclient.dll issues fix it ASAP. Fortunately, the methods to work around the qtmlclient.dll issue are not as intimidating as it might sound and will be introduced in coming content. To ensure the qtmlclient.dll problems don't appear in the future follow these methods in given order. We recommend more than one solution for this issue. First solution may resolve this issue. For best result, please follow the steps in order shown below.
1. Open a run window.
In Windows XP, click the Start button on the left side of the Windows XP taskbar. Then, select Run from the lower right-hand side of the Start menu. It appears directly to the right of All Programs.
In Windows Vista/7, click the Windows symbol in the left side of the Windows Vista taskbar. Then, type "run" into the search box that appears at the bottom of the menu. The Run command will appear, listed under Programs. Click Run.
2. Type the regsvr32 command into the Run dialogue box. The syntax of the regsvr32 command is as follows: regsvr32 "path and FileName.dll".
To register a file called xxxx.dll that was located in the c: \windows\system32 directory, you would type in regsvr32 "c: \windows\system32\xxxx.dll".
Either click OK or hit Enter to submit the command to Windows.
3. Look for a pop-up box with the title "RegSvr32" immediately after submitting your command. The message should read "DLLRegisterServer in xxxx.dll succeeded." Click OK to close this window.
1. Click Start on the left corner or press win key.
2. Find and click the right-arrow next to the Shut down button.
3. Select Restart from the menu that appears.