Rtlgina2.dll is a dynamic link library file that belongs to a program that is used by Netgear wireless adaptors.
These files are required for the program, and adaptor to run correctly, however many people have found that after switching to a different adaptor, or removing the Netgear programs from their system rtlgina2.dll error message have started to appear for no apparent reason.
If rtlgina2.dll error messages, or changes in the appearance of your login/welcome screen on your system, are appearing on your system then you should keep reading, as the cause and ways to get rid of these annoying error messages are listed below.
If your issue is related to the changing of your Windows login screen, and you have recently installed Netgear software or hardware then the issue is most likely related to the disabling of the Welcome screen as well as the ability to switch users at that screen.
If this has taken place, then you might be one of the many users will go to the control panel to try to resolve the issue only to run into rtlgina2.dll related error messages. Although the control panel is usually where you would go to fix the issue the new rtlgina2.dll error message might have you wondering how to fix this issue.
One of the ways to fix this issue is to manually remove the newly overwritten rtlgina2.dll file and replace it with a newer version of the file that has not been changed by the Netgear files. If you are not familiar with changing files in your registry it is not advised that you make any changes as many times this will cause more damages if done incorrectly.
If you need to make changes to the registry and aren’t comfortable then the best thing to do is to download a registry cleaner.
Often times these cleaners can find errors, such as the ones causing rtlgina2.dll error messages, and fix them automatically for you.
If the rtlgina2.dll error message has started to appear after you removed the Netgear programs and files from your systems it is possible that the program has created a scheduled task that is supposed to start every time you load Windows. However if you have removed the files, it will continue to follow the directions to start when Windows starts but won’t be able to find it; causing rtlgina2.dll error messages to appear.
If this is the case the best thing to do is to open your scheduled tasks and find any that would be instructed to initiate rtlgina2.dll files and stop them from occurring.