Posted 18 February 2007 - 08:24 AM
If the DLL's have become unregistered, this program will re-register them. If they haven't become unregistered, this program will re-register them anyway.
You'll just click on the boxes for Windows Update and the Windows Installer and then click on "Fix" - it'll do the rest for you. After a bit the program will finish changing stuff, and will revert back to it's original configuration (that's how you'll know it's done). Then all should be well (if it's a dll registration problem).
It's my impression that you don't have to reboot for the changes to take effect - BUT - I've encountered at least one situation with re-registering dll's that a reboot was required. So reboot just to be sure.
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