A simple command-line utility to open the standard Windows Properties sheet by passing the file/folder/drive path to it.
Maybe you're fighting with MiraCast like half the internet is, and have come to realize that one requirement is a WiFi network card that supports at minimum NDIS 6.3?
You've come to the right place (but as a regular GeekDropper, you already knew this, right? ... ), it's cake, just:
regsvr32 /u C:\filepath\filename.dll when i run this command in DOS whenever i try to get rid of the .DLL file using this command a window pops up and says the .DLL file is not found. How can i get rid of it then if its not found but its inside the C:program files folder????????
Manually Registering and UnRegistering Files Using RegSvr32
There are times when you might go to run a program, game, whatever, and you end up just getting an error message, or your might need to manually UNregister DLL's, OCX files, or other helper files. (OCX files are essentially DLL's and work the same exact way).
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Mon, 09/20/2010 - 11:00am — GeekDrop
The Windows Command Window - What Is It? How Do I Get To It? And How Do I Use it?
Ahh yes, the Windows "Command Window" ... You're already scared ... I can feel it through your shaky fingers resting on the keyboard ...
I know ... it's kind of ugly ... no purty icons to click on, just a black screen, white text and you have to type everything by hand, usually with cryptic "commands". Have no fear ... GeekDrop's here ... or something along those lines ...
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