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How to unregister a .dll

Posted on 2011-02-26
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I recently registered a .dll on my machine, and now I want to 'unregister' it.

I registered it using this command:

     regsvr32 PGOLEDB.DLL

How can I remove it now?
Question by:jbaird123
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Donald Stewart earned 250 total points
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regsvr32  /u PGOLEDB.DLL

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Ultra_Master earned 250 total points
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regsvr32 /u PGOLEDB.DLL
or regsvr32 /u C:\Windows\System32\PGOLEDB.DLL

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