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Sometimes I need to update the game servers but I don't wanna interrupt the games that are already running.

Is there a way to replace the file (it's locked by Windows) so the next instances of the game servers that use that file open the new version, and the old ones keep using the old version of that until they are restarted?

I have a dual boot setup (Ubuntu-Linux and Windows-7 Pro 64-bit) on my laptop.

No, you should not tinker with the existing file handles.

If you can take control of the loading of the assembly, and specify it is opened with File Share. Existing processes will continue to reference the renamed assembly.

If you are correct, then the "repair installation" is not an option either!

Because Microsoft has no support in my country and if I loose my genuine activation, it is highly unlikely that I will be able to activate it again (using phone, or internet)!

Since it is an OEM image, it will format your hard drive but it will be properly activated and genuine.

If you choose the in-place upgrade, then you must use the product key on you laptop's product key sticker to perform the installation, then follow the instructions to reactivate by phone (be prepared to key in a long string of numbers to the phone, then listen for the long string of numbers to activate the operating system) I do have the recovery disc for my laptop.

I don't know that an "Inplace Upgrade" or "Repair Installation" will break my genuine Windows activation status or not?!

@vembutech I have already seen the KB article that sent (I've linked it in my question), and details in that article are not enough to do the repair. Thanks anyway though :) I experienced the same problems after being away and my system installed some Windows updates (which I think caused the issue).

That will keep the handles to the file valid and working so that pre-existing instances still will be able to access the file properly and new instances (or new handles) wil go to the new file.

Obviously, if a program re-opens the same dll file and expects it to stay exactly the same (for instance, if there is resources to be loaded from the dll and that references to these resources is extracted from code running when the dll is loaded), this will cause issue but this is definitely not the norm.

Is it safe to just unlock the file using one of those tools that do that and replace it?

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