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Old 11th July 2014, 09:04   #2
th_mi
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First, you need to unregister the shell extension, than you use delete with the additional parameter /REBOOTOK. In most cases the shell extension is in memory since the shell process is active.
Also possible would be terminating all shell processes, deleting your shell extension dll, start one shell process to have a shell again.
But to be sincere, I'd do the reboot thing.

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