Problems registering a DLL

I am trying to register a DLL on our web server to allow a connection with a bank's secure card payment system.

I have been provided with three files: a .dll, a .lib and a .txt file.

They haven't provided any instructions as where to save the above files, or how to register them.

I have saved the files to the private folder of the domain name that is going to use the DLL and tried to run regsvr32 <filepath>.dll

I get the following windows error:

<quote>
<filepath>.dll was loaded, but the DLLRegisterServer entry point was not found.

DLLRegisterServer may not be exported, or a corrupt version of <filepath>.dll may be in memory. Consider using PView to detect and remove it.
<unquote>

Any ideas?
OrrolandAsked:
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Mikal613Commented:
he dll is corrupt get a new one
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OrrolandAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I got them to re-send and found this.
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