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Hi

  I have created a setup program using the Package and deployment wizard. But when I run the setup.exe it crashes
when trying to register the msxml.dll.

Could anybody advice me on how I could solve this problem.

Any help is graetly appreciated.

Thanx
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by:alaplume
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Do you have any apps running that are using that DLL?
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by:b3cf
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Hi,

I dont have any apps running that uses that dll.
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by:Ryan Chong
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Hi b3cf,

Go to your prject's Components and References, remove those that are not using, press Ctrl + F5 to ensure everything go fine after remove those unused.
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by:Ryan Chong
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and then recompile the setup files and try again.
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by:b3cf
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Hi
  Actually its msxml4a.dll or msxml4r.dll that crashes the
program.

 In my setup first I register msxml4.dll, then msxml4a.dll
and msxml4r.dll.

Any thoughts why its crashing ?

Appreciate your help very much.

Thanx
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by:b3cf
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Hi

  Any help ?

Thanx
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Ryan Chong earned 200 total points
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Try: regsvr32 msxml4a.dll to see if this got any error.
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