Unable to register VB dll created in 32 bit in 64 bit Windows 7 Machine. getting the below error. and also not able to give reference to my dot net project
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You need to use the 32 bit version of regsvr32. For example:
What's more, if you have UAC enabled, then you will need to run regsvr32 as an elevated process. I generally do this by running the Command Prompt as Administrator (right click on the shortcut and select Run as Administrator) and then executing the 32 bit regsvr32 from there.