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    i tried to un-install a program and it didnt completely do it and it left a dll which is the shell extension (so when u right click its in the list of poss actions). How do i delete this dll and therefore get it out of the list?? obviously as it is always in the list, it is always being used!
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    via DOS. Open is safe mode (DOS is ur choice) and delete the file.
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    grrr was worried u were going to say that. no other way?
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    You could try deleting the entries in the context menu first via the registry, then delete the .dll file.

    context menu entries are usually found in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT > * > shellex > ContextMenuHandlers

    im not sure if this will work, but its worth a try if you dont wanna do it via dos.

    im sure u know the the &#39;dangers&#39; with editing the registry. good luck
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    Click Start and Run then type:
    regsvr32 -u <the full path and filename of the dll>
    ...and hit return.
    Now you should be able to delete the file.
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