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Dll Files Wont Register

Postby wmb » Sun Nov 08, 2009 5:01 am

Windows XP(Home) SP3, OE6, IE8; 1.5Gb RAM & plenty of HHD space. Continuous
checks for Virus/Malware. No e-mail scanning.



Hi,

I have two dll files that will not Register in the normal manner.
Shdocvw.dll and Mshtml.dll. Normal manner: Start>Run>enter Regsvr32
shdocvw.dll or Regsvr32 mshtml.dll >OK. Shdocvw.dll returns a error that it
failed and Mshtml.dll returns and error that no entry point could be found.
Would a viable solution be to download the two files from
http://www.dll-files.com/ and replace the 2 files on my computer with the
downloaded files after backing up the original 2 files? My hesitation stems
from the fact that the size of the 2 downloaded files are of a different
size then the originals and by quite a bit. Any help will be appreciated.
Any differing procedures will be of help. Thanks again.
wmb
 
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Re: Dll Files Wont Register

Postby xxx » Sun Nov 08, 2009 9:55 pm

Replacing a dll is a bad idea as with the system file checker they will be
re-replaced with the originals in the dllcache folder i think. I would try
to do a sfc /scannow thing instead, then try to register again.

"WMB" <brown.2005@.comcast.net> ha scritto nel messaggio
news:uJr8OCDYKHA.3720@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> Windows XP(Home) SP3, OE6, IE8; 1.5Gb RAM & plenty of HHD space.
Continuous
> checks for Virus/Malware. No e-mail scanning.
>
>
>
> Hi,
>
> I have two dll files that will not Register in the normal manner.
> Shdocvw.dll and Mshtml.dll. Normal manner: Start>Run>enter Regsvr32
> shdocvw.dll or Regsvr32 mshtml.dll >OK. Shdocvw.dll returns a error that
it
> failed and Mshtml.dll returns and error that no entry point could be
found.
> Would a viable solution be to download the two files from
> http://www.dll-files.com/ and replace the 2 files on my computer with the
> downloaded files after backing up the original 2 files? My hesitation
stems
> from the fact that the size of the 2 downloaded files are of a different
> size then the originals and by quite a bit. Any help will be appreciated.
> Any differing procedures will be of help. Thanks again.
>
xxx
 
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Re: Dll Files Wont Register

Postby wmb » Mon Nov 09, 2009 10:23 am

Hi, i ran sfc /scannow but it did not make any difference. Neither dll
would register. I then performed a Repair Install of XP. Afterwards, i
could register 1 of the dll files, shdocvw.dll. Still unable to register
mshtml.dll. Any other suggestions? Thanks for the help so far.

"xxx" <zzz@zzz.com> wrote in message
news:4af7348c$0$1105$4fafbaef@reader3.news.tin.it...
> Replacing a dll is a bad idea as with the system file checker they will be
> re-replaced with the originals in the dllcache folder i think. I would try
> to do a sfc /scannow thing instead, then try to register again.
>
> "WMB" <brown.2005@.comcast.net> ha scritto nel messaggio
> news:uJr8OCDYKHA.3720@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>> Windows XP(Home) SP3, OE6, IE8; 1.5Gb RAM & plenty of HHD space.
> Continuous
>> checks for Virus/Malware. No e-mail scanning.
>>
>>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I have two dll files that will not Register in the normal manner.
>> Shdocvw.dll and Mshtml.dll. Normal manner: Start>Run>enter Regsvr32
>> shdocvw.dll or Regsvr32 mshtml.dll >OK. Shdocvw.dll returns a error that
> it
>> failed and Mshtml.dll returns and error that no entry point could be
> found.
>> Would a viable solution be to download the two files from
>> http://www.dll-files.com/ and replace the 2 files on my computer with the
>> downloaded files after backing up the original 2 files? My hesitation
> stems
>> from the fact that the size of the 2 downloaded files are of a different
>> size then the originals and by quite a bit. Any help will be
>> appreciated.
>> Any differing procedures will be of help. Thanks again.
>>
>
>
wmb
 
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Re: Dll Files Wont Register

Postby wmb » Tue Nov 10, 2009 5:17 am

Using IE-8

"John John - MVP" <audetweld@nbnot.nb.ca> wrote in message
news:%23tUxJaTYKHA.928@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
> These files are part of Internet Explorer. Which IE version are you
> using?
>
> John
>
> WMB wrote:
>> Hi, i ran sfc /scannow but it did not make any difference. Neither dll
>> would register. I then performed a Repair Install of XP. Afterwards, i
>> could register 1 of the dll files, shdocvw.dll. Still unable to register
>> mshtml.dll. Any other suggestions? Thanks for the help so far.
>>
>> "xxx" <zzz@zzz.com> wrote in message
>> news:4af7348c$0$1105$4fafbaef@reader3.news.tin.it...
>>> Replacing a dll is a bad idea as with the system file checker they will
>>> be
>>> re-replaced with the originals in the dllcache folder i think. I would
>>> try
>>> to do a sfc /scannow thing instead, then try to register again.
>>>
>>> "WMB" <brown.2005@.comcast.net> ha scritto nel messaggio
>>> news:uJr8OCDYKHA.3720@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>>>> Windows XP(Home) SP3, OE6, IE8; 1.5Gb RAM & plenty of HHD space.
>>> Continuous
>>>> checks for Virus/Malware. No e-mail scanning.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> I have two dll files that will not Register in the normal manner.
>>>> Shdocvw.dll and Mshtml.dll. Normal manner: Start>Run>enter Regsvr32
>>>> shdocvw.dll or Regsvr32 mshtml.dll >OK. Shdocvw.dll returns a error
>>>> that
>>> it
>>>> failed and Mshtml.dll returns and error that no entry point could be
>>> found.
>>>> Would a viable solution be to download the two files from
>>>> http://www.dll-files.com/ and replace the 2 files on my computer with
>>>> the
>>>> downloaded files after backing up the original 2 files? My hesitation
>>> stems
>>>> from the fact that the size of the 2 downloaded files are of a
>>>> different
>>>> size then the originals and by quite a bit. Any help will be
>>>> appreciated.
>>>> Any differing procedures will be of help. Thanks again.
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
wmb
 
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