The Mscoree.dll file is a DLL that comes with the Microsoft .NET Framework. Dynamic Link Library, or DLL, is a frequently used file on a Microsoft Windows operating system. DLL files contain a collection of data that is accessible by multiple applications on your computer system. The DLL file is small and uses a moderate amount of RAM on your computer, which means when you load any program, the program loads numerous DLL files that your computer recognises and it associates the file with other applications. Registering your Mscoree.dll file enables its functions on the Windows system registry.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Search for the DLL file on your computer. Click "Start" and then type "Mscoree.dll" in the search field. Right-click the file and click "Properties" to find its location. You have to know where the DLL file is on your computer in order to register it.
Click "Start," click "Accessories" and click "Run."
Type the following command in the Run dialogue box:
Press "Enter" to register your Mscoree.dll file. If your Mscoree.dll file is in a different location, enter the command but replace "Windows" with the correct location and replace "System32" if the Mscoree.dll file is not in System32.
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