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Re: upon reinstalling mc4 i got an error
Ok, this is an error generated from C++, usually because it is missing the installation path. Uninstall MC4 completely and the Microsoft C++ Redistributable from your add/remove programs.
I recommend using Revo Uninstaller in advanced mode to remove all the created reg keys and other junk left behind by the normal uninstaller. Revo can be found here: http://www.revouninstaller.com/download/revosetup.exe
After removing, reboot the PC.
Go here and redownload and install the Microsoft C++ redist.
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On Microsoft Window's operating systems, a DLL stands for Dynamic Link Library. DLL's are relatively small files that include a library of functions- usually data that can be shared across multiple applications. DLL's are called upon by various applications and can be loaded and utilized by these applications concurrently. Registering a DLL There are two easy ways that a DLL can be registered in your Window's operating system's registry, the first is the simplest, known as self registering files, the second way is to manually register a DLL.
Self Registering Files
It should be noted that many DLL files are self registering, they include information required to store themselves in the operating system's registry. As the name states, self registering files require no human intervention. Self registering files will automatically store themselves on your machine and become accessible when needed. Besides DLL files, other types of files that are sometimes self registering include .EXE and .OCX.
Manually Register Files
The second method used to register DLL files on your computer is via manual registration. Manually registering a DLL file is quite simple and can be done in only a few steps. 1. The first step is turn on your computer, launching your Window's operating system.
2. Once your Window's operating system has loaded completely, click on Start and then click on Run.
4. Once the command is input into the Run field correctly, press Enter.
5. Once the DLL has been registered, you should receive a confirmation in the form of a pop up box. This message will list your newly registered DLL file and confirm that is was successfully registered into the registry.
[Solution # 1]
Drag and drop it onto regsvr32.exe in Windows\system32 folder. Make a shortcut for regsvr32.exe in the same folder the OCX is in and drag and drop it that way [Solution # 2]
Just run cmd.exe as administrator and try again. This is the key.
Here, step by step:
1. find the folder of cmd: it is usually on C:\windows\system32\cmd.exe
2. Do right click over cmd.exe and click on "run as Administrator"
3. now just use regsvr32.exe as you used to do!
For example, to register most Blackd Proxy ocxs, you might need to type this in "Administrator" cmd:
A side result for Visual Basic 6.0 users: this seems to be the way to use components in Windows Vista properly. Just register the components of your proyect with "Administrator" cmd before adding them to your proyect (or before opening a proyect that already had such components)
[Solution # 3] use this in command line
REGSVR32 /V then ur ocx or dll name
REGSVR32 /V CRPAIG32.DLL
[Solution # 4] right-clicking the batch file and selecting
'run as administrator'.
After you download "*.Dll"(file extension dll) on your machine, copy it to windows/system32/ Go to "start" ==> "run" and type "regsvr32 *.dll" to register the file to the system. For windows 95/98/xp/2000/vista,and win vista,no dlls is corrup!
where should this file go? Please copy it to windows/system32/
Error Message after Installing Security Updates 925902 and 928843 This afternoon (April 3rd, 2007) my Automatic Updates alerted me about a couple updates I needed to install, so I did. Upon rebooting the computer though I was confronted with the following error message "RTHDCPL.EXE - Illegal System DLL Relocation"
"The system DLL user32.dll was relocated in memory. The Application will not run properly. The relocation occurred because the DLL C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\HHCTRL.OCX occupied an address range reserved for Windows system DLLs. The vendor supplying the DLL should be contacted for a new DLL."
Cause of Error Message
Turns out this error occurs when the Realtek HD Audio Control Panel by Realtek Semiconductor Corporation is installed. This is my built-in sound card on my computer.
The HHCTRL.OCX file that is included in the Security update 928843 and the User32.dll files that is included in Security Update 925902 have conflicting base addresses. When Windows loaded the HHCTRL.OCX file before it loads the User32.DLL file, the problem occurs.
The error occurs when the following third party programs or applications are installed on a computer with Windows XP Service Pack 2 installed. Realtek HD Audio Control Panel ElsterFormular 2006/2007 TUGZip CD-Tag Microsoft now has released a patch to correct the problems, you can go to the following link to download and install the patch for the patch :-)
I'm assuming you are using the PSCharge.dll to integrate regular credit card sales. The dll is fine for credit transactions and such, as long as there is no hardware involved. Since I'm way late on answering your question, you now have to options. The old option would be to integrate the device.ocx into your POS for comunnication with the hardware needed (i.e. pinpad for debit and ebt). If you have an updated Dev Kit, there is now a new integration library (SIM.dll) which is a .NET assembly which includes support for the traditional PSCharge classes as well as the hardware classes previously only included in device.ocx and the individual hardware ocx's. The SIM.dll can be used in win32 code, although the VFI documentation does not go into detail on this. I've done the integration with this library in Delphi, using a tlb for the SIM assembly and the MSCorlib assembly. These methods are little more involved than a simple post, but it can be done. So, to answer your question, device.ocx, or the new SIM.dll library will allow you to integrate to hardware devices.