Tool to register DLL & OCX files


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JohnSk

Is there a tool that can re-register all DLL and OCX files in one try? I
would like to re-register all the DLL and OCX files in the
c:\windows\system32 files as one event. I use to use EasyDesk's NT Perfect
Companion for this task but do not want to re-install this program. Is that
another option? Regards, JohnS
 
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Wesley Vogel

Is there a tool that can re-register all DLL and OCX files in one try?

Not all at one time.

This is a Graphical Interface for RegSvr32.exe.

RegSvr32 - Graphical Interface
http://www.freevbcode.com/ShowCode.Asp?ID=1422

[[This program allows to register/unregister DLLs using RegSvr32 tool which
is included with Windows. This program is very easy even for beginners.
Additionally, it shows a way to find windows\system directory location
properly. A handy utility that will help you avoid the inconvenience of
running regsvr32 from the start menu all the time. ]]

CodeRegshell.zip
http://www.freevbcode.com/code/regshell.zip

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Hope this helps. Let us know.

Wes
MS-MVP Windows Shell/User

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Ramesh, MS-MVP

Use Regsvr32.exe, as Wesley said. Also note that not all DLL/OCXs can be
registered. The module should have a DllRegisterServer entry-point in order
to register it.

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Regards,

Ramesh Srinivasan, Microsoft MVP [Windows XP Shell/User]
Windows® XP Troubleshooting http://www.winhelponline.com


Is there a tool that can re-register all DLL and OCX files in one try? I
would like to re-register all the DLL and OCX files in the
c:\windows\system32 files as one event. I use to use EasyDesk's NT Perfect
Companion for this task but do not want to re-install this program. Is that
another option? Regards, JohnS
 
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Guest

I have been having a problem regering kernel32.dll.. the error that comes
back when I use regsvr is that no entry point was found... shouldnt kernel32
be able to be registered? I know in win 98 and 95 it was able to be.? I have
a post asking this same Q while I was trying to run an older game.
 
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Ramesh, MS-MVP

Kernel32.dll can't be registered. But why are you trying to register this
core file?

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Regards,

Ramesh Srinivasan, Microsoft MVP [Windows XP Shell/User]
Windows® XP Troubleshooting http://www.winhelponline.com


I have been having a problem regering kernel32.dll.. the error that comes
back when I use regsvr is that no entry point was found... shouldnt kernel32
be able to be registered? I know in win 98 and 95 it was able to be.? I have
a post asking this same Q while I was trying to run an older game.
 

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