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How to find DLL from a CLSID

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I'm receiving an error that gives me a CLSID.  I know that i just need to register the DLL, but i dont know which dll it is.  what can i use to search the system for a dll based off a CLSID
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Open Regedit (Run -> "regedit"), move to the key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID
And perform a search for the given CLSID.

Then in one of the sub values of the result (if any), it should name the DLL.
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