To register a module you must provide a binary name!

Written by: Oliver Krautscheid - Published: Monday, July 5th, 2010 - Comments

Provide Binary Name

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This is often a very simple problem. Often, you simply forgot the file extension, e.g. shdocvw.dll

In order to register a DLL file, you must provide the full DLL filename including the extension DLL.

So, simply try this: regsvr.dll DLLfilename.dll


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One Response to To register a module you must provide a binary name!

  1. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Graham Jackson said:

    Can you suggest e=why my windows 7 after booting up comes up with the error To register a module you must provide a binary name! ? Clearly Win 7 is doing this without any intervention from me and I’d like to try and find out why.

    Thanks.

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