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Hello everyone.

I downloaded a third party component, which I installed. I used it and was fine. However when I closed Delphi and opened it to use it again, compiler gave an error saying "[Fatal Error] Unit1.pas(7): File not found: 'INet.dcu'". I tried re-installing it again, used it and it was ok. Closed Delphi and opened it again to verify if it is ok but the same error popped up. Can someone help please?

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King_Diamond
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Where did you place the component? (eg, is the component source in the library path). Most likely the cause of your problem is due to the path not being part of the environment library path. You can either modify your library path, or uninstall the component, move component sources to the ..\lib directory, and reinstall the component again.

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Russell
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I installed it under the source directory in a sub folder. I have about a dozen other components there but no one gave me this error. The path seems ok

I tried your suggestion and put it into the lib folder and seems ok.

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