I need to down load Windows system ddeml.dll and I don’t know how.
are you on windows98?
Version Conflict Manager
You may find a backup under c:windowssysbackup. If not, see if you have a directory called c:windowsvcm
Then go to Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Information, click on the Tools menu and choose Version Conflict Manager.
This should show present version and backed up version. If you replace, you'll be asked to reboot.
either extract from woin98Cd or ask someone else to email you the ddl file. or See if you have a backup copy in C:WINDOWSSYSBCKUP
or try to download from
Then registers the DLL from the Start button - run:
-Write: REGSVR32 c:windowssystem32ddeml.dll
-Accept and restart the computer. The error should disappear
If the file will not register with the Regsvr32 line:
Verify that the correct version of the file is located in the WindowsSystem and WindowsSysbckup folders. Then, delete the Ddeml.dll (or whichever file is
listed in the error message) value from the following registry key:
Then, re-create the value without populating the value data and restart the computer
Hello, is it a windows .dll file or a .dll for some other software? If you have the installation cd/dvd for your operating system you can get it there. You just have to insert the disk and do a search for the file and then copy it to the system32 folder. The path to the system 32 folder is the following, if your main drive is C:
If you do a search for the file on your installation disk and you do not find it, you might have to show the hidden folders.
Best thing to do, would be to run the following command:
-- click on start
-- click run
-- type the following on the box that pops up:
sfc /scannow (leave a space between c and /
-- press enter
If the system file checker finds files missing on the operating system, it will ask you for the cd/dvd for your operating system.... so have it handy. Once you insert the disk, the tool will copy the file to your computer. The two possible steps mentioned above would be the best thing to do, because doing it this way you know what you are getting.
There are places online that advertise .dll files for download but from my way of thinking you do not know what you get. Have a read of this article that explains the reason I have given you plus adds more reasons not to download .dll files online:
If after reading the article you still want to try, visit the following links:
If it is a missing .dll file from other software other than Windows, best thing to do would be to reinstall the program, either from cd or from a downloaded file. Also it would be a good idea to scan your computer with your antivirus/antimalware just in case and infection is causing problems with your dll file. Hope it helps