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2492Re: [digsstv] Easypal and Hamdrm.dll

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  • Ken Koval
    May 1, 2008
      jdow wrote:
      >
      > From: "Ken Koval" <kakoval@... <mailto:kakoval%40cox.net>>
      > Sent: Thursday, 2008, May 01 07:54
      >
      > > David Myers wrote:
      > >>
      > >> Hi all,
      > >>
      > >> Have just upgraded a friends computer from Windows ME to XP. Have
      > >> installed Easypal 28 April 2008 but will not run. Says it needs
      > >> Library file *hamdrm.dll* but I have it installed in the easypal
      > >> directory as well as in the Windows directoey in several places. I
      > >> have even tried differnt versions of *hamdrm* and also earlier
      > >> versions of Easypal. Still no go.
      > >>
      > >> I have it running on my own computers (XP and Vista Ultimate) with no
      > >> problems at all. (My Vista computer does not have hamdrm.dll installed
      > >> at all).
      > >>
      > >> Any ideas?
      > >>
      > >> Dave VK2RD / VE3DFK
      > >>
      > >> 30MDG # 39
      > >> DMC # 775
      > >>
      > >> Forget the Internet. Come and talk to real people.
      > >> Welcome to the world of Amateur Radio
      > >>
      > > David -
      > >
      > > I have had the exact same problem running EasyPal but on Windows 2000.
      > > After considerable experimenting I found a work around that enables me
      > > to run the program. When EasyPal tries to run but fails, I have found
      > > that it creates several new dll's in the main directory. I have found
      > > that if I delete msvcrt.dll from the main directory and then run the
      > > Deep Memory Clean tool contained within Advanced Windows Care Personal
      > > (Free), EasyPal will now load and run perfectly. I am not a computer
      > > expert and cannot explain why this technique works. All I know is that
      > > it works on my computer. I hope this helps. Let us know how you
      > > resolve your problem.
      > >
      > > Ken, K9PGC
      >
      > "The main directory"? EasyPal's or system32? You do not want to delete it
      > from System32 "fer shure".
      >
      > {^_^} Joanne W6MKU
      >
      >
      Joanne -

      Sorry I wasn't clear in my post. I delete msvcrt.dll from the EasyPal
      main directory. I would never recommend messing around with the
      System32 files.

      Ken, K9PGC
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