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how to register dll files in windows?

how to register dll files in Windows systems 10, 7,8, 8.1 and windows xp,vista?

The first way: register dll file manually in windows xp, vista, 7, 10, 8.1

Copy dll file and paste in the following path
copy dll file
copy dll file

For Windows 95/98/me
C:\WINDOWS\system
For Windows nt/2000
C:\WINNT\system32
for Windows XP / VISTA / WINDOWS 7/WINDOWS 8/WINDOWS 10
C:\WINDOWS\system32
For Windows 64-BIT
C:\WINDOWS\syswow64 And C:\WINDOWS\system32
install dll file in windows 7,10,8.1,xp,vista system 64 bit
paste dll file in 64bit

install dll file in windows 7,10,8.1,xp,vista system 32 bit
paste dll file in 64bit

Then restart the computer.
After copying and pasting the DLL file
We will Register the DLL file manually by following these steps:

Click on the Windows Start menu
select Run
Then write cmd and press ok.
You'll see a screen DOS ( black screen ) Put the following command:

regsvr32 xxxxxxx.dll

And then press Enter on your keyboard.
The following success message appears: RegSvr32 " DllRegisterServer in xxxxxxx.dll succeded ".
install dll and register it by command regsvr32 in windows 10,7,8.1,xp,vista
install dll by regsvr32



The second way: register dll file by used tool dll manager.

In this way, we will use the OCX DLL Manager Setup tool
Download the tool via the following link OCX DLL Manager tool
Install the tool
Note: If the tool does not work
You need to move the comdlg32.ocx file to the path
C:\Windows\System32 for windows 32bit or C:\Windows\Syswow64 for windows 64bit

Open the tool
Follow the explanation in the two images
register dll file by ocx/dll manager tool
ocx/dll manager

In the third step you choose the dll file
the dll file has been registered successfuly
succeded register dll file
Important topics
SEARCH DLL FILES AND DOWNLOAD FOR WINDOWS 7,8.1,10, xp, vista.
how to unregister dll files in Windows xp, vista and windows 7, 8.1, 10, 32bit and 64bit?
what is a DLL (Dynamic Link Library)?
how to fix dll errors for windows 7,8.1,10, xp, vista?
Dll error messages in windows xp,vista,8.1, 10,7.

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