win - how to register 64-bit dll in 2008

Posted on 2011-04-27
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
how to register 64-bit dll in 2008?

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    Registering a 64 bit dll on a 64 bit system is fairly straightforward:
    Open a Command Prompt
    Type "regsvr32 name.dll" into the Command Prompt and press "Enter." Note that "name.dll" should be replaced with the name of the DLL that you want to register. For example, if you want to register the iexplore.dll, type "regsvr32 iexplore.dll."
    Close the Command Prompt and restart the computer.

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