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program dll usage monitor

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I need a program that I can preferably download and evaluate (or is part of reskits etc) that will allow me to see what dll calls a program is making.

Program causes GPF, and I would like to find out which file the error is potentially in.

Thanks.
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Question by:lozzamoore
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fledermaus earned 50 total points
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There is a program called dllshow.exe that you can find on http://www.download.com which shows exactly what you are asking. Please download it from the location mentioned earlier or at this address:
http://shareware.netland.pl/share/sysutil/DLLShow.htm

If you keep having problems with this, just keep me informed.

C U
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You're in luck I recently saw a review of a program you want on ZD Net

Try this link:

http://hotfiles.zdnet.com/cgi-bin/texis/swlib/hotfiles/info.html?fcode=000XW1

Ronald
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by:Tim Holman
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NTHandlex from www.sysinternals.com is nice !
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