Windows 9598Me C: \Windows\System Windows NT2000 C: \WINNT\System32 Windows XP, Vista, 7, 10 C: \Windows\System32 If you use a 64bit version of Windows, you should also copy imageres. dll to C: \Windows\SysWOW64\ Make a backup copy of the original files Overwrite any existing files Reboot your computer. If the problem still occurs, try the imageres.dll windows 8 original imageres. dll, File description: Windows Image Resource Errors related to imageres. dll can arise for a few different different reasons. For instance, a faulty application, imageres. dll has been deleted or misplaced, corrupted by malicious software present on your PC or a damaged Windows registry.
Feb 10, 2014 Changing imageres. dll back to original icons So a little over a year ago I decided I wanted to customize my interface to look like Windows 9x just for fun and kept it that way up until today. So of course during the modification process, I changed a lot of the icons in imageres to the 9x icons. imageres.dll windows 8 original
1) Go to your C: \Windows\System32 folder and locate the current original imageres. dll 2) Take ownership of the file (if you don't know how, I highly recommend you do not continue) 3) Rename the imageres. dll, I prefer changing the extension to. OLD, some people like using. BAK, it's up to you, just rename it so the extension is no longer. DLL. Windows 7 DLL File Information imageres. dll The following DLL report was generated by automatic DLL script that scanned and loaded all DLL files in the system32 directory of Windows 7, extracted the information from them, and then saved it into HTML reports. Sep 10, 2014 Hello, i changed the windows 8 icons but i did not backed up the file. I have windows 8. 1 x64. If someone could upload an original dll somewhere, it would be great. imageres.dll windows 8 original May 10, 2010 When i try to change desktop icon i get the message: The file contains no icons. I'we tried to replace it with a working imageres. dll from another PC and after doing it there were still no effect. This imageres. dll is only for windows 8. 1, and made separately because of the mb limit of upload, so be less 'heavie' instead of 1 big pack. This 64bit imageres. dll modification work is made By: ZEUSosX (Pavlos Pitselas), for using with his windows 8. 1 themes.