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How to manually import active-x to windows folder?

I have an active-x control that I want to manually add to the "c:\windows\downloaded program files" folder on my Xp sp2 PC.

I can't figure out how to manually add and register active-x here...copy/paste is blocked and there doesn't appear to be any import feature. Any ideas on how to do this?
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bugs021997Commented:
You can do that using DOS.

SYNTAX

c:\>copy source destination


Go to START -> RUN , Type cmd there
OR
Open DOS.


Then To copy from the current drive and folder/directory to the folder/directory

c:\>copy filename.txt c:\windows\downloaded program files  

Browse to the current folder which contains the file.....

Or if you cannot browse to the folder which contains the activex then use below statement

c:\>copy c:\download\filename.txt c:\windows\downloaded program files
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bugs021997Commented:
To register the activex.

Goto DOS, browse to the folder that contains the ACTIVEX and then type...

Regsvr32 /s Activex.Extension
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bugs021997Commented:
This link should guide you to register activex

http://activex.moonvalley.com/register_activex_control.htm
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