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It sounds like the Windows installations are missing the language-library file LATIN.LNG that the STEP module is trying to load in order to work.
First. see IF the file is on your HDD via DOS commands:
From START search-bar, type CMD then click the CMD icon.
At the command prompt, enter
sit back... this takes awhile....
You can also redirect output to a text-file with >X:\phoundit.txt
X:\ being replaced with the drive-letter of your flash-drive.
If not found on HDD, check your Windows OEM install disks 2C if the file exists there, maybe stored in a cabinet file named Languages or similar.
If all else fails, the Microsoft website may have a download version of the missing file.
on Nov 20, 2017
While installing 7.0 on windows xp it did not find
Typically .mdb files are Microsoft Data Base files used by applications for data storage. It is here suggested that you EXPLORE your installation CD for the .mdb file, AS WELL AS, the User's Guide/Manual to identify if you can just copy it to the correct location OR some other steps MUST be take before-hand.
on Nov 25, 2013
Noticed in the install.log the file ILI.exe was originally loaded during
install, but not on my computer. Looked on another computer I had and
the file was there. It normally resides in C:\Windows\System32 but will
work if you put it in the Qvlib folder or where ever you have Quickverse
I also needed another fix in the registry. I did a search on qvlib which is my folder name where Quickverse Library resides. In
one instance the data pointed to a wrong location so I corrected it and got my Quickverse Library working again.
the registry got changed is anyones guess, but it wasn't changed by me.
Hope this helps some who obviously have the same problem. It really is a
great piece of software that I have been using for years. Best
on Feb 20, 2012
During the install I get
This error message also appears when trying to install Navpress' WORDSearch 5.0. Since my WORDSearch 5.0 application was running fine for more than 10 years, and it is no longer supported by its manufacturer, it is my humble opinion that Microsoft Updates has downloaded and installed "something" that has rendered an otherwise productive application... at this point useless. I am currently striving to understand the dynamic of why this occurred and/or how it can be "fixed". I will be intouch relative to "our" chanllenge. Lastly, I previously used a "CD/DVD electric-run cleaning machine" to no avail. Typically these kins of errors are due to "CALLS" within programs within the application that either point to a non-existant or corrupted location, or as I believe in this case since it now obvious to me that this is a global issue, somewhere someplace some of our DLLs or EXEs have been modified via Microsoft Updates.
on Feb 20, 2012
I want to install Quick
system requirements of this software are Windows 95 / 98 / ME / NT /
2000 / XP only. but their are new version of Quick verse 7 that are compatible in window 7 visit this link..
on Apr 25, 2011
I cannot install Quickverse 7
I'm regretfully informing you that the Quickverse 7 Bibe is not compatible with Windows 7.
The system requirements of this software are Windows 95 / 98 / ME / NT / 2000 / XP only. The only way would to play it on a different machine whose Operating System is compatible with this.
You may contact the developer of the software to verify it.
Thank you and good luck!
on Jun 12, 2010
I put disc one in
I am Sorry to Hear the Problem.If it is NOT compatible, the only way would to Play it on a Different Machine whose Operating System is Compatible with this. You could also Order a Different Operating System which is Compatible and replace the existing Windows 7.
These are the only solutions.
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
Hope i helped you.
Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!
on May 21, 2010
Old computer (XP) crashed new pc (Vista) can't
quickverse 7.0.1 is an old ver. That did not include the latest updates for Vista…try to download all the latest updates or it will not allow you to install it. I am including a step by step instructions that provided by the seller....let me know if that work for you and please do not forget to rate my service so I am able to continue providing same...god bless
1 thump not related
2 thump related but no recommendation
3 thumps related worked some issues
4 thumps related worked all issues and satisfied
Try to see if this will work first
Disable UAC on Vista
1. Go to START>Control Panel>User Accounts Category>User Accounts.
2. Turn User Account Control Off and make sure that the User Account Control (UAC) (which helps protect your computer) option is unchecked.
3. Click OK
4. Restart your computer.
5. Proceed to Correction Procedure.
1. Go to START>All Programs>Accessories.
2. Right-click on Command Prompt and select "Run as Administrator".
3. Type either:
- On x86 (32-bit Windows Vista) if you are unsure, use this one by default.
- On x64 (64 bit Windows Vista)
If done correctly, a message will appear stating that the registration of the DLL succeeded.
4. Click OK.
5. Insert the installation CD for QuickVerse 2008.
6. Follow the instructions displayed by the installation wizard.
7. After QV2008 is successfully installed, re-enable the UAC on Vista
- Go to START>Control Panel>User Accounts Category>User Accounts
- Turn User Account Control "ON"
- Checkmark the User Account Control option.
- Click OK.
- Restart your computer.
on Oct 02, 2009
most likely you need the maintenance package released by parsons.
They can all be found here..depending on your version
on Sep 17, 2009
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