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    Anyone know how to delete dll file errors from the windows registry. Also the steps and rules/cautions to follow.

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    Originally posted by Musafa
    Anyone know how to delete dll file errors from the windows registry. Also the steps and rules/cautions to follow.
    what type of errors are you getting?
    are you dealing with regsvr32.exe issues as in non-registering or not being able to unregister a dll? You can search for the dll in the registry and make sure that it isn't being shared or that its share count is what is supposed to be.
    are you dealing with depedency problems? You want to use http://www.dependencywalker.com/ to see what you are missing an overall data of the dll you are having issues with.
    as usual you don't want to fool with the registry unless you are very familiar with your system, how it operates, and the consequences of changing something. If you are using an OS with Windows File Protection you don't have too much to worry about when it comes to critical issues, since you are probably addressing a third party program. Although you certainly want to back up your registry before you start hacking away. :) good luck.

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      I havent deleted the pertinent program yet. It is a special situation. I am going to delete it by deltree(ing) the file folder before program loads at startup so its probably going to cause some errors.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Musafa
        Anyone know how to delete dll file errors from the windows registry. Also the steps and rules/cautions to follow.

        Format C:\ works wonders on windows problems.
        Kraa: You are Slackware Linux. You are the brightest among your peers, but are often mistaken as insane. Your elegant solutions to problems often take a little longer, but require much less effort to complete.

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