Windows 10: RegSvr32 Problem
Hello guys.. 3 days now i have a serious problem that i can't solve. If anyone of you has the same problem as me can you please help me ? Also i dont even have those files in my system..
Thank you for your help
Hi, when does this message occur?
E.g. - at log-on, periodically, randomly, when I (do sthg - what?)?
Are you trying to register a dll yourself?
And any idea what happened before this started happening? (E.g. I installed.....what?)
Do you have a system restore point you can use to restore your system to a point before this started happening?
Thank you for your reply dalchina,
this message occurs every time i turn on my pc.
I tried to register the dll that it asks but i couldn't find them. I cracked also a dll program but still nothing.
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