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Windows 7 DLL File Information - SysFxUI.dll

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General Information

File Description: Audio System FX Control Panel Extension  
File Version: 6.1.7100.0 (winmain_win7rc.090421-1700)  
Company: Microsoft Corporation  
Product Name: Microsoft Windows Operating System  
DLL popularity Very Low - There is no any other DLL in system32 directory that is statically linked to this file.
File Size: 331 KB
Total Number of Exported Functions: 4
Total Number of Exported Functions With Names: 4

Section Headers

Name Virtual Address Raw Data Size % of File Characteristics Section Contains...
.text 0x00001000 96,768 Bytes 28.5% Read, Execute Code
.data 0x00019000 512 Bytes 0.2% Write, Read Initialized Data
.rsrc 0x0001a000 236,544 Bytes 69.8% Read Initialized Data
.reloc 0x00054000 4,096 Bytes 1.2% Read, Discardable Initialized Data

Static Linking

SysFxUI.dll is statically linked to the following files:


This means that when SysFxUI.dll is loaded, the above files are automatically loaded too. If one of these files is corrupted or missing, SysFxUI.dll won't be loaded.


General Resources Information

Resource Type Number of Items Total Size % of File
Icons 3 17,186 Bytes 5.1%
Animated Icons 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Animated Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Bitmaps 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
AVI Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Dialog-Boxes 10 7,732 Bytes 2.3%
HTML Related Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Menus 1 70 Bytes 0.0%
Strings 97 9,022 Bytes 2.7%
Type Libraries 1 1,508 Bytes 0.4%
Manifest 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
All Others 5 197,830 Bytes 58.4%
Total 117 233,348 Bytes 68.8%

Icons in this file

There are 3 icons stored in this DLL file. You can view all these icons in the following small thumbnail:

Cursors in this file

No cursors found in this file


Dialog-boxes list (up to 200 dialogs)

In the following section, you can find the captions of dialog-boxes stored in this DLL. The list is currently limited to 200 dialogs.
ID Dialog Caption
208 Completion Page

String resources in this dll (up to 200 strings)

String ID String Text
1000 Enhancements
1001 The device you are configuring has been removed.
1020 Bass Management Settings
1030 Low Frequency Protection Settings
1031 Cutoff:
1040 Bass Boost Settings
1060 Room Correction Settings
1081 Headphone Virtualization Settings
1112 Browse for Media File
1120 Bass Management
1122 Bass Management enhances or redirects frequencies below a specified crossover point to reduce loss or distortion of bass signals.
1123 Microsoft
1124 Bass Boost
1126 Boosts the lowest frequencies that can be played by the device.
1127 Microsoft
1128 Speaker Fill
1130 Speaker Fill creates a virtual environment for playback of stereo audio sources on surround speaker systems.
1131 Microsoft
1132 Room Correction
1134 Room Correction compensates for room and speaker characteristics.
1135 Microsoft
1136 Loudness Equalization
1138 Loudness Equalization uses understanding of human hearing to reduce perceived volume differences.
1139 Microsoft
1140 Enabled
1141 Disabled
1142 ERROR
1143 Headphone Virtualization
1144 Headphone Virtualization uses advanced processing to create the illusion of a home theater while using stereo headphones.
1145 Microsoft
1146 Virtual Surround
1147 Virtual Surround encodes surround audio for transfer as stereo output to receivers with a Matrix decoder.
1148 Microsoft
1150 Channel Phantoming
1151 Mixes the sounds from missing speakers into other channels
1152 Microsoft
1153 Low Frequency Protection
1154 Low Frequency Protection eliminates frequencies below a specified cutoff to reduce audio distortion
1155 Microsoft
1156 Mutually Exclusive Enhancements
1157 %1 cannot be combined with %2. Enable %1 and disable %2 ?
1160 None
1162 Front Left and Right
1163 Present
1164 Not Present
1165 None
1166 Office
1167 Home Theater
1168 Studio
1169 Jazz Club
1170 Concert Hall
1180 Room Calibration
1200 Getting Started with Room Calibration
1202 Calibration sends test tones to your speakers, and analyzes those tones using a microphone. The results of this analysis are used by Room Correction to compensate for the specific characteristics of your speakers and room.
1220 Select Calibration Microphone
1221 To optimize your speakers, you'll need to use a microphone.
1227 By default, Room Calibration assumes a directional microphone with unspecified frequency response. Check the box below if your microphone is an accurate, omnidirectional microphone (it is always safe to leave this box unchecked).
1240 Position Calibration Microphone
1340 Apply Settings
1356 Default Settings
1357 Current Settings
1358 Recommended Settings
1359 Preview
1380 Performing Calibration Tests
1382 Initializing...
1383 Testing...
1384 Creating Profile...
1385 Done...
2400 No microphones installed
2401 The speakers cannot be auto-calibrated without a microphone.
2419 Calibration Error
2420 No microphone signal. Make sure the correct microphone has been selected, and that it is connected and turned on.
2421 Microphone signal is low. If the test signals played back at a reasonable volume, there may be a problem with the microphone or its level setting. Calibration may work even with this error.
2422 Overload detected. The microphone level is likely too high. Note: microphones with automatic gain control cannot be used for room calibration.
2423 Unexpected result.
2424 Unexpected result.
2425 Excessive wall reflections. Reposition speakers to avoid direct reflections from walls.
2426 High room noise level. Calibration may partially succeed even with this error.
2427 Excessive low frequency noise. Make sure the microphone is not subjected to mechanical shocks and is not in the direct path of strong air currents. Calibration is likely to succeed partially even with this error.
2428 Speaker facing wall or table. Please reposition the %s speaker to avoid strong reflections off walls or table surfaces.
2429 Reflections with suspiciously long delay. If the room is very large, this is normal. Otherwise, calibration results may be incorrect.
2430 Level difference between speakers is too big. A speaker is likely too close or too far away.
2431 Unable to get consistent delay measurements. Make sure the microphone is held steady in one spot. This may also be caused by audio dropouts or glitches.
2432 Speaker level is too faint. A speaker is too far away from the microphone or not working.
2433 Subwoofer level is low. Subwoofer is off or set too low, or the microphone cannot capture low frequencies well.
2440 The frequency value isn't valid, this value must be between %d and %d.
2460 Front Left
2461 Front Right
2462 Front Center
2463 Subwoofer
2464 Rear Left
2465 Rear Right
2468 Rear Center
2469 Side Left
2470 Side Right
2480 Loudness Equalization Settings

COM Classes/Interfaces

Name Type Description
IMyPageFactory Dispatch IMyPageFactory Interface  
MyPageFactory CoClass MyPageFactory Class  

Exported Functions List

The following functions are exported by this dll:
DllCanUnloadNow DllGetClassObject DllRegisterServer DllUnregisterServer


Imported Functions List

The following functions are imported by this dll: