How can I get a list of registered DLLs?
To view all the registered DLLs you can use the following free utilities:
- RegDllView is a tool to view registered dll/ocx/exe files on your system and can also Register dll files from Explorer.
- ListDLLs is another tool that reports the DLLs loaded into processes.
How do I list a loaded DLL?
Once running, enable viewing of loaded DLLs by either pressing CTRL+D or using the View > Lower Pane View > DLLs entry from the menu bar. Select the target process in the upper pane. The lower pane should now show loaded modules.
How do I find my DLL GUID?
How to Find CLSID of a DLL
- Figure: Run Command With regedit. Click Yes, if you get any pop up as follows.
- Figure: regedit pop up. Select HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT from the list.
- Figure: Select HKEY CLASSES ROOT. Now search for your DLL name. In my case it was MyWindowsControl.
- Figure: CLSID. Conclusion.
Why does a DLL need to be registered?
If the references in the Windows Registry that refer to the DLL file are somehow removed or corrupted, programs that need to use that DLL file may stop working. It’s when this association with the registry is broken that a DLL file should be registered.
How can I see what DLL is running?
- Start Outlook.
- Double-click Procexp.exe to start Process Explorer.
- On the View menu make sure “Show Lower Pane” is checked.
- Press CTRL + D or click View – Lower Pane View – DLLs to enable DLL view mode.
- In the Process Explorer top pane, scroll down the list of the files and then select Outlook.exe.
What is DLL registration?
Advertisements. In order to use a DLL, it has to be registered by having appropriate references entered in the Registry. It sometimes happens that a Registry reference gets corrupted and the functions of the DLL cannot be used anymore.
How do I Regasm register a DLL?
By dragging and dropping the dll onto ‘regasm’ you can register it. You can open two ‘Window Explorer’ windows. One will contain the dll you wish to register. The 2nd window will be the location of the ‘regasm’ application.
How do I list all DLLs loaded by a running process?
As an Administrator, start a new POWERSHELL command-line prompt. Get a list of running processes. Here is the command output. List all DLLs loaded by a running process. Here is the command output. Find all DLLs loaded by a specific process ID. Here is the command output. List all DLLs loaded by a running process.
How to find registry entries for a DLL from the command line?
To find registry entries (and optionally COM objects) for a DLL from the command line, a combination of the answers by @virgo47 and @neves worked best for me. Find registry entries that contain the DLL name. These entries typically use GUIDs as their keys.
Is it possible to register a DLL file in the com Register?
OK, it is impossible, but DLLs usually register themselves creating an entry in the register. A workaround is to: First you have to discover the COM GUID of the DLL.
How do I find a DLL file name?
A workaround is to: First you have to discover the COM GUID of the DLL. If you have one machine where it is already registered, you can: Open regedit and search for your DLL filename If it is registered, you will find filename under a key that is under the TypeLib.