Rogue Company is one of the latest free-to-play multiplayer online third-person shooter video game, launched in 2020. It’s developed by First Watch Games and published by Hi-Rez Studios. The game is available for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch. It supports cross-platform which players always prefer to have. However, the newly launched game comes with a bunch of issues and errors that become irritating with each and every day. Meanwhile, some of the PC players are reporting that they’re not able to launch Rogue Company and getting d3dcompiler_47.dll Missing error.
If you’re also one of the victims and want to fix this particular error then follow this full troubleshooting guide. Here we’ve shared a couple of possible workarounds that should come in handy for most of the affected players. According to some of the players, uninstalling and reinstalling the game doesn’t work at all. Meanwhile, verifying game files, updating Windows, etc not working as well.
Not Able to Launch Rogue Company: Fix d3dcompiler_47.dll Missing
Now, talking about the d3dcompiler_47.dll Missing error, it’s one of the common issues for the Windows users as the error not only appears on the game but also appears on any Windows program that uses d3dcompiler_47.dll file. While installing or updating the game, this particular DLL file gets registered on your Windows system automatically.
But due to some unfortunate reasons, sometimes the DLL file may get skipped or missing or even corrupted/overwritten. So, if you’re also facing the same error then check the guide below. Due to the EAC (Easy Anti Cheat) protection on Rogue Company, installing a DLL file from any third-party source may not work. Therefore, try the authenticate methods and try to update the DirectX version, Windows OS version, graphics driver version, etc before heading over to the steps.
1. Re-Register the missing d3dcompiler_47.dll
- Press Windows + R keys to open up the Run Dialog box.
- Next, type cmd and press Shift + Ctrl + Enter all together to open up the UAC permission.
- Click on Yes > Type the following command and hit Enter:
regsvr32 /u D3DCompiler_47.dll
- Now, type the following command and hit Enter again:
regsvr32 /i D3DCompiler_47.dll
- Once done, close the Command Prompt.
- Restart your computer and launch the game.
2. Run SFC Command
Running SFC (System File Checker) command on your Windows computer will check for the errors that include missing or corrupted or even overwritten DLL files. Let’s have a look.
- Press Windows + R keys to open up the RUN dialog box.
- Next, type cmd and hit Shift + Ctrl + Enter keys together to open up the UAC (User Account Control) permission.
- Now, click on Yes and type the following command then hit Enter:
- Wait for the process to complete (15-20 minutes) > Restart the system and try running the Rogue Company again.
3. Scan for Malware
Whether you’re using Windows Defender program or any third-party Antivirus program, just run it on your PC/Laptop and scan for the installed game drive & game files completely. The Full Scan method may take quite a longer time than usual but it should check for any malware or trojan that’s causing the particular DLL file missing error.
If detected, remove that malware or trojan completely and restart your computer. Finally, try running the game and it should work now easily.
That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For further queries, you can comment below.