disable zip function


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Hi

My windows is Windows XP. I have tried to use the command "regsvr32 /u zipfldr.dll" to disable the zip function. But when I clik on a zip file in Windows Explorer, it still show the content of the zip file, that means the zip function is not disabled? So how can I disable the function

Thanks.
 
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"mike" said in news:D[email protected]:
Hi,

My windows is Windows XP. I have tried to use the command "regsvr32
/u zipfldr.dll" to disable the zip function. But when I clik on a
zip file in Windows Explorer, it still show the content of the zip
file, that means the zip function is not disabled? So how can I
disable the function?

Thanks.

Did the status message say the unregistration was successful?

Per http://www.winguides.com/registry/display.php/996/, did you perform the last step (restarting Windows)?

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After unregistering the dll, first delete the copy of the dll from the
\windows\system32\dllcache folder, then delete the remaining copy from the
\windows\system32 folder.




"mike" said in news:D[email protected]:
Hi,

My windows is Windows XP. I have tried to use the command "regsvr32
/u zipfldr.dll" to disable the zip function. But when I clik on a
zip file in Windows Explorer, it still show the content of the zip
file, that means the zip function is not disabled? So how can I
disable the function?

Thanks.

Did the status message say the unregistration was successful?

Per http://www.winguides.com/registry/display.php/996/, did you perform the
last step (restarting Windows)?

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