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i had to download a .dll from an online library but i don't know where to put it for the program that asked for it to use it. can you help me?
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by:burntout
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probably c:\windows\system
or the directory where the program is.
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by:tonnybrandt
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burntout is right, just a comment:
If it doesn't fix your problem then just run the program anyway, an look at the errormessage. It will probably tell you where it expects the dll-file to reside on your hd.
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by:crazyhead
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What program is it?
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by:public
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place it in the directory where the executable is located.
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c:\windows\system\

thats the directory where you gotta put it
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by:crazyhead
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Arcrass, I looked on your profile, and I see your kind of new to this site, so let me clear somthing up for you. When someone answers a question with a comment, it's bad carma to put the same answer in an answer, and try for the points your self. Burntout had the same answer before you did. :-)
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