How to fix uplay_r1_loader64.dll error?

When you run another game, created by Ubisoft, you may encounter an error with the library uplay_r1_loader64.dll. Most often this error can be seen when running a pirated version of the game Far Cry 4.

The library uplay_r1_loader64.dll is an important component for running Ubisoft games, which is necessary for interaction with the Uplay client, which is quite understandable from the file name. There are quite logical reasons for this error:

The library uplay_r1_loader64.dll is an important component for running Ubisoft games, which is necessary for interaction with the Uplay client, which is quite understandable from the file name. There are quite logical reasons for this error:

  • the file has been moved to the Anti-Virus quarantine, which often happens when
  • using the unlicensed version of the library uplay_r1_loader64.dll;
  • The file was corrupted during the installation of the game or directly in the operating system;
  • the file uplay_r1_loader64.dll was omitted during the installation / loading of the
  • game, i.e. it simply does not exist, as, indeed, the error message indicates.

In this article, we’ll look at how you can quickly and easily get rid of the “missing uplay_r1_loader.dll” error.

Fixing error uplay_r1_loader64.dll

uplay_r1_loader64.dll

So, in the first turn, you need to make sure that the library uplay_r1_loader.dll was not isolated in the Quarantine of your antivirus. Often, this happens with pirated copies of games or applications. What really could happen: you ran the game, the antivirus noticed that when executing the program, a suspicious file called uplay_r1_loader.dll was used, and then, for security reasons, it isolated it in its Quarantine Zone.

However, it should be noted that such a situation could arise even during the use of a licensed copy of the game. Antiviruses are incredibly useful software, but they are far from perfect. Go to the Anti-Virus quarantine and check to see if the file uplay_r1_loader.dll is there. If it is there, then put it back in the root folder of the game being launched, then add this file to the antivirus scan exclusions so that you do not have this problem constantly.

If you are sure that there is no file uplay_r1_loader.dll in the quarantine of your antivirus, then probably it was: removed by an antivirus, damaged due to some impact in the system, or even not installed. In all these cases, you will need to reinstall the game or check the integrity of its files, if it is licensed and located in the library of one of the distributors of computer games, for example, Steam, GOG, etc. Do not forget to disable the antivirus during the whole process. After reinstalling – or loading corrupted files through the client you need – the uplay_r1_loader.dll error should disappear.

However, if this error still bothers you, you can go a little differently. We strongly do not recommend the following method, but if you do not succeed, why not try it. So, try downloading uplay_r1_loader.dll from some source, for example, a different version of your game or web resource, and then paste it into the game folder. The chance of operation is extremely low, but it’s worth trying.

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2 Comments
  1. arr.aryangondal@gmail.com 29.06.2018 in 12:25

    uplay-r1-loader64.dll

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  2. arr.aryangondal@gmail.com 29.06.2018 in 12:27

    please help me I have wast data again and again for farcry please download my uplay-r1-loader.dll

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