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how to install dll?


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goraxper

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hello im trying to install missing files for aim and i dont know how to install a dll.can u tell me :tazz:
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Would probably easiest to just reinstall AIM. :tazz:
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Would probably easiest to just reinstall AIM. :tazz:

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For future reference, how would one go about installing a *.dll?

Do you just download it from a site like http://www.dll-files.com/ and go Start > Run and type in

regsvr32 C:\Windows\System32\name of *.dll

??

Edited by WhyBeNormal, 21 April 2005 - 07:05 PM.

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Copy the DLL into your system32 folder ie. C:\WINDOWS\system32.

Start > Run > cmd (brings up a dos box).

Install the files by typing ' regsvr32 whateverfilenameitis.dll'

It ususally reports if thie file has been installed correctly.
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Copy the DLL into your system32 folder ie. C:\WINDOWS\system32.

Start > Run > cmd  (brings up a dos box).

Install the files by typing ' regsvr32 whateverfilenameitis.dll'

It ususally reports if thie file has been installed correctly.

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Good to know. Thanks :tazz:
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no probs!

should have added if you ever want to uninstall a dll

just type 'regsvr32 -u whateverfilenameitis.dll' at the dos prompt.
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Hey man tnx but u know anything about aim
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hey guys,
If you are gonna download missing dlls from http://www.dll-files.com/,watch out fot the correct version of the dll.A lot of times it did not work although I register the dll properly in RUN box or DOS prompt.
may be someone can pour in a bit more here!
-stallion
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Hey bro tnx about the dll,but i cant register it it gives me this error like if im registering kernel.dll was loaded, but the DLLRegisterserver entry point was not found.Plz help :tazz:
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