Windows 10: Two different ".dll " to work sharing folder and name ?

Discus and support Two different ".dll " to work sharing folder and name ? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; I need two programs to work with a game at the same time . In the same folder . Problem is when two files have same names , then it will ask to remove... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by OtherWay1982, Nov 22, 2020.

  1. Two different ".dll " to work sharing folder and name ?


    I need two programs to work with a game at the same time .
    In the same folder . Problem is when two files have same names ,
    then it will ask to remove one, or rename one. and then one wont work.
    All I know currently about that .



    1st.
    ReShade 4.8.2 ; a graphics shader program.
    its default dll is dxgi.dll . To work in a particular game it must be renamed to d3d11.dll.


    2nd.
    3DMigoto1.3.16 ; Similar function for graphics editing . Its dll also d3d11.dll .


    I need 3DMigoto to disable a game shader. and reshade to brush up what damage it did visually.
    so how do i get these working at the same time ?

    :)
     
    OtherWay1982, Nov 22, 2020
    #1
  2. Arun B J Win User

    Windows 10 shared folders not working

    Hi,

    Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community.

    I understand your concern and will assist you to resolve this issue.

    I suggest you to run the shared folders troubleshooter and check if it helps.

    Refer these steps:

    • Press Windows key +X, select Control panel.
    • Change the view by option on the top right to Large icons.
    • Click on troubleshooting and click on the view all option on the left panel.
    • Run the Shared Folders troubleshooter.
    And also refer the article below and check if it helps.

    Share files and folders.

    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-IN/windows-8/share-files-folders

    Hope this helps. If the issue remains unresolved, please get back to us and we would be happy to help.
     
    Arun B J, Nov 22, 2020
    #2
  3. How to stop sharing folder for windows 10?

    Referring to following link, I would like to know on how to stop sharing folder for windows 10.

    I cannot find Stop Sharing option on step 5.

    Use these steps to stop sharing any folder on Windows 10:

    1. Open Start.
    2. Search for Computer Management and click the top result to open the experience.
    3. Expand the Shared Folders branch from the left pane.
    4. Click the Shares item.
    5. Right-click the folder that you no longer want to share and the Stop Sharing option.
    Furthermore, ADMIN$ is found to be Remote Admin under computer management.

    There is no option to stop it as well.

    Does anyone have any suggestions on how to stop sharing and remote?

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions

    How to stop sharing network folder on Windows 10 • Pureinfotech
     
    PublicMicro, Nov 22, 2020
    #3
  4. Nikhar_K Win User

    Two different ".dll " to work sharing folder and name ?

    Sharing a folder

    Hi,

    Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community Forums.

    I appreciate your time and patience to work on this issue.

    To know the username of your computer, please follow the steps mentioned below:

    1. Type Command prompt in the search bar.
    2. Right click on the Command prompt icon and select Run as Administrator.
    3. Type whoami in Command Prompt window and press Enter.
    4. You will find the username of the computer, use the username and your password to access the file from the shared folder.

    However, if the above steps didn’t help, I suggest you to turn off password protected sharing and check if that helps.

    To turn off password protected sharing, please follow the steps mentioned below on your laptop:

    1. Press and hold Windows + R key on the keyboard.
    2. Type Control and click on
      OK
      .
    3. Click on Network and Sharing Center.
    4. Click on Change advance sharing settings.
    5. Under All Networks, click on
      Turn off password protected sharing
      .

    Hope it helps.

    Please reply to this post for further assistance, we will be glad to help you.

    Nikhar Khare

    Microsoft Community - Moderator
     
    Nikhar_K, Nov 22, 2020
    #4
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