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Cant ref WMI scripting library

Posted on 2001-08-07
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i cant reference'Microsoft WMI Scripting Library' i browsed to wmi.dll but would not let me ref...?
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by:Vinda
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Look for the wbemdisp.tlb in ur WINNT\System32\webm directory.

Also in the references u will find a entry for this as...
"Microsoft WMI Scripting V1.1 Library"
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by:pcdim
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vinda excuse me i should have been more informative my os is 98
thanks
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mishbal earned 100 total points
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run the q7 version in 95 optimize it for 98 and hey presto
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