visual c++ - How to register a 64-bit COM dll on 64-bit ...

I'm a little concerned about all these 'bitcoin miners' people talk about, and I am wary I've picked one up after downloading a mod for a game which I probably didn't download from the right place. Any software to do some checks (already scanned with Malware Bytes, found nothing) on bitcoin miners or something that would use regsvr32.exe would be appreciated. Thankyou! Specs: Windows 7 Home ... Sürücüde disk yok. Lütfen \Device\Harddisk\DR1 sürücüsüne bir disk takın. -İptal- -Yeniden dene- -Devam- Artık hangi dosyayı açarsam ... 21 thoughts on “ Using CAPICOM on Windows x64 ” Tom Gielow December 4, 2012 at 7:59 am. So is there a cmdlet for signing an EXE? What classes would you use in .NET ? It seems Mats and my assumption were correct. MS have re-engineered the 64 bit regsvr32 so that based on the target dll bitness it may spawn up a new 32 bit regsvr32 process from %SYSWOW64% to register the DLL. COM servers are registered the same way in 32- bit 64-bit operating systems. The question is related to self-registration, the most straightforward way to register COM server - by asking the server to update HKLM/HKCR registry respectively.

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