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Windows 10 does not allow me to delete mdnsNSP.dll because it is "in open in Radeon Settings Host Applications".  Cannot navigate Radeon settings; what do I do to close the file?

Question asked by markhjay on Aug 11, 2018
Latest reply on Aug 13, 2018 by markhjay

I am trying to delete an old version of iTunes installed in Windows 10.  Deletion has been unsuccessful using the iTunes app and using Control Panel.  One reason for this is that mdnsNSP.dll needs to be deleted but cannot be deleted because Windows 10 reports that it is open in Radeon Settings Host Application.  I opened Radeon Settings but have no idea how to go about closing mdnsNSP.dll .  Need help with this!  Thanks in advance.