Deregister .dll file

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Deke40

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When deregistering a file in the command prompt how do you enter the following line. Do you type all of it on one line or hit enter after each line?

cd "%WinDir%\System"
regsvr32 /u ..\ceres.dll


Trying to get rid of the ceres popups on a buddy's system.
 
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Hello

You should not have to use the CD command. Your current "Windows\system32" directory should already be in your PATH parameter. Besides, you are already using the complete path in your REGSVR32 command line parameters.

In short, just use your second line....

regsvr32 /u ..\ceres.dll

Of course, without the ... in the path.

Have a good one..

Shane
 
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