The registry file a0b742ca.core.dll is a part of an unknown module. The place it originates (or is executed) from is unknown at this time. However, most DLL files (Dynamic Link Library) are a part of the setup or removal of a program. They are used for both drivers and software.
If you’re seeing an error in your DLL, it’s possible that you interrupted the installation or something wasn’t completely removed. These files end up floating all over your registry and popping up as errors.
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