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I get an error while installing IndySystem70.dpk

Cannot load package 'IndySystem70.'  It contains unit 'IdWship6,'which is also contained in package 'dclusr70'.

I removed the dclusr70.bpl file, restarted delphi, clicked on yes on each confirmation message if I want to load this package next time, recompiled dclusr.dpk so dclusr70 was recreated but I keep getting an error message.

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How to install Indy 10.1.5
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Uninstall any version you have installed of Delphi.
First, remove all packages installed in Delphi (from menú Component, Install Packages) related to INDY.
Remove all files named id*;indy* (not idl*;idpas* under Delphi7 installation folder). There are files in:
      - Bin
      - Lib
      - Lib\Debug
      - Source\Internet
      - Source\Indy (the entire folder)
Ensure that Delphi is closed.
Install Indy 10.1.5.0 from the link below:
http://cid-fa96881128ce2026.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/Publica/Indy%2010.1.5.rar
Make sure that you have Delphi7 updated (Update1 at least).
Hope this will help!! it works fine for me!!!
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by:phadar
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spk2000ar,

Thanks for your post, it took me several tries to complete the installation.
After running indy10.1.5_d7.exe I got the same error I posted while launching Delphi.

Here the solution I found:
Unload the Borland User Package (uncheck it)
Open the dclusr.dpk and ignore the error message.
Re-Install the components in dclusr.dpk.
Load back the Borland User Package (check it).


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