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winsck.ocx........ How do I register

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How can I get winsck.ocx installed on my system, I have copied it into my win\sys\ directory and my computer acts like it isn't there..
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Run c:\windows\system\regsvr23 c:\windows\system\winsock.dll

Obviously change the paths to be correct. The winsock dll should be in Windows/System

That will register the file... But, you are probably better off reinstalling it.
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by:Nek_Kutta
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The file is "winsck.ocx"
how would I get my system to recognize it?
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by:gertjan666
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Registering the winsock.dll won't work for the ocx, but you can use regsvr32 to register the ocx as well. Even then it might not work the way you want it to (if you wana include it in a program or something). Best solution to that is : find a machine on which it works and copy all the registry keys that deal with licensing in your registry (might be illegal but it works).
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