Once the DLL file downloaded to your computer, open the folder in which the DLL has been downloaded.
Then, copy the DLL file in the system directory of your Windows Operating System.
This directory varies depending on the version of your OS Microsoft Windows.
If you use a 64-bit version of Windows, you should also place the DLL file in the folder C:\Windows\SysWOW64\
If you get an error when you try to replace or rename an existing DLL.
First, make a backup of the old DLL. For example, adding .old to the end of the name of the DLL.
Then, copy the new DLL file in the directory where was the old DLL.
If you can not perform those operations with Windows Explorer, follow these instructions:
Make sure that you search out the DLL in the destination directory of your downloads.
If you are in the correct directory and you still do not see the DLL file downloaded on download-dll.com, you must enable an option to show hidden files.
The DLL file downloaded should now be visible in your download directory and ready to be installed in the appropriate directory.
Most DLL files are used by several programs and applications.
When you uninstall an application, the installer will remove any files that were installed during the installation, including the DLL files used by the application even if they are used by other applications.
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