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Registering third party Dlls

Posted on 2000-03-06
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Recently I have received a third party tool called "1-way Dll" for making trail version projects.  But that   Dll says that include some ".dll" files in your project.   But when I include those files in the project References section, it will display an error like "That Dll files are not registered". Please help me  to register those ".dll" files.
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Well, to register the Dlls, go to the Start button in Windows and click Run. Type in the following command:

regsvr32 "C:\Test\1.dll"  

where 1.dll is the dll name that you wish to register.

Hope this helps. Good Luck!
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