How do I Unregister a .DLL file?
- 1.Click the start button
- 2.Click run [?]
- 3.Copy the text below into the run field replacing with the .dll location and name. regsvr32 /u C:\Windows\System32\dllname.dll
- 4.Click the OK Button
DllUnRegisterServer Succeeded - .DLL registered
If you followed the steps correctly the .dll file should be unregistered and you should recieve a confirmation alert box like the picture below.
There are some utilities that will do this for you, but I think lowtech down and dirty is the way to go
Any time you start messing with your registry you want to be ad careful as possible.
I don't have a Run Command im Running Vista Help!
The run command is missing in Windows Vista by default. If you have Vista read our tutorial on Run Command Missing on Vista? This article will show you how to get it back.