Policy; using curity; using rmissions; using nfiguration; class Program public static void deleting Main(string args) String pathToAssembly args0; AppDomain dom eateDomain some file AssemblyName assemblyName new AssemblyName deBase pathToAssembly; Assembly assembly file dom.
WaitForPendingFinalizers llect lete(pathToAssembly And i got the file same problem, file cannot be accessed for deletion.Dll" with the actual path to your file and file name.2) dciman32.DLL, i downloaded this deleting file from the internet but the windows(xp)cannot open this file.You must replace "Path to file" and "File.This opens file a "Run" box on the bottom part of your screen.then get some info on it @2) deleting either copy the file to it's original location (see avast's report/logs on this info) or download reinstall mediaplayer from MS-website.12 people were helped by this reply.Dll it works, i can delete then, but if after i try to retrieve assembly from domain(by name then the deletion fail again. 3.- Type "Regsvr32 /u /s C:Path to filefile.
Hello HenryRodriguez, i hope you're doing good today, please try this and manual let me know if it works:.- Press the "Windows" and "R" keys simultaneously on mahjongg your safely keyboard.
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Even when there's game virus/trojan alert: if you don't know what you're doing, it's best to just block access or move it to chest (if it can't be repaired!
2.- Type "CMD" and click the "OK" button."scanning impossible" usually means that the file is black a encrypted ( harmless) or in use (Locked by WIN - avast tells you which is the case in its report.Hi, @1) correct, deleting wasn't a good idea.Did this solve your problem?4.- Type "Exit" and press "Enter" to close the Windows Command Prompt utility.Quot; from: kawasaki on June 17, 2004, 01:57:08 PM 1) i chose "delete".Both DON'T picking necessarily mean that there's a virus in you shouldn't normally be [email protected]: I tried many other ways too, my head is burning, but i tried whats on your link, and i think i also tried to understand and use every little example i found on google but here i have tried again: using System; using neric;.I tried with shadow copy files, MultiDomainHost, and lot of other things (everything that i found on google) for now my solution is to create another DLL remove each time a script has been modified, and delete them when the program start, but its not.This launches the Windows Command Prompt utility.I even tried to do like that: CallBack tAssemblyName test.Thanks for your feedback.
Dll" and press the "Enter" key.
Windows relies on several.dll files, also known as Dynamic Link Library files, to perform common functions.
From deleting a .dll file time to time, you may need to delete.dll file because of a software conflict or because you're updating an older.dll with a newer version.