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dxdll.exe comes up when windows open

Posted on 2004-05-02
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This dxdll.exe comes up opening Quick View Plus when I start my computer. It points to the application and is highlighted to the right of Quick View Plus.

I found it in the start up of msconfig and removed the check mark. Under the general tab, this is a Microsoft DirectX DLL Register and sits in the C:\windows\system. Size is 43.5 KB. It has a file version of 4.9.0.902.

Under the product name, it states Microsoft DirectX for Windows Operating system.

I have Windows Millennium and I did download the newest DirectX, IE6, Outlook Express and the Media 9 player today.

What is causing this and is it needed?

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by:bear1
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Correction..... In the config startup, the name is DXDllRegExe


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by:Jonvee
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bear1

An initial investigation shows that DXDllRegExe appears to be a MS patch, that reregisters some of your DirectX DPlay DLL's.

[It's function has also been described as 'unknown'!]   Guess it would be wise therefore to leave it.

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Thanks for the two comments and the problem was solved by blue zee.

I'll be back......
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Glad it worked!

ThanQ

Zee
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