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Registering DLL in Win95

From previous posts I understand how to register the dll.  However, the dll must be copied from a CAB file and the MS-DOS editor is not able to accommodate the large cabinet file.  Is there another utility that will allow me to open/edit a cabinet file, or is there a way to either modify the amount of information that the MS-DOS editor can handle or split the cabinet file into smaller pieces?
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You can use WinRar for this.

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