[gme-users] GME Plugin Help

Csaba Toth ctoth at isis.vanderbilt.edu
Thu Apr 24 11:12:31 CDT 2008


On Vista you may try to use "elevated command prompt" (elevated privilege).

Also, do not forget to use "Release" version of your component instead of
"Debug" version. In both cases you can use the Dependency Walker application
to discover what dlls are needed, as Zoli mentioned in one of his previous


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[mailto:gme-users-bounces at list.isis.vanderbilt.edu] On Behalf Of Zoltan
Sent: Thursday, April 24, 2008 11:06 AM
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Subject: Re: [gme-users] GME Plugin Help

In general component registrations can be tracked back to

1- respective paradigm not found (for which the component is intended for)

2- incorrect version of the dll (with respect to the GME version 
installed on the target machine)

3- lack of administrative  priviledges.

The third a little more detailed:

Windows XP
User who would execute the 'regsvr32 mycomp.dll' command needs to be 
part of the Administrator user group.

Windows Vista
The user not only needs to be part of the Administrator user group, but 
also User Account Control needs to be handled. To this day, i believe 
the rough solution to this is to turn off User Account Control, restart 
machine, then register dll.


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