You can’t change DLLs to a new version without rebooting, not even the disk copy, let alone the RAM (Random Access Memory) image. Java can change code on the fly without so much as stopping the program. Surely Microsoft could work out a method to change a DLL that did not require such drastic measures. Some Unix machines run for years without rebooting. To replace a DLL with a new one, you must use the inuse utility to allow you to replace the DLL and then reboot to clear the in-RAM copy.
inuse test.dll C:\winnt\system32\test.dll /y
Alternatively, you can reboot and then replace the DLL, so long at it is not loaded.
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