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Sorry for the delay,

The Mdtupdtr.exe download file includes a database and associated support files that will update the Microsoft Office Developer Tools Setup Wizard templates with fixes to the following problems: • When you run the Setup Wizard for your custom application on a Windows 95 computer that is running Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0, and then you install your application on a computer that does not have Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0 installed, you may receive the error message that "Comcat.dll was unable to register itself in the system registry" and setup is not completed successfully.
ODE97: Comcat.dll Can't Be Registered During Run-time Install
• When you use the Setup Wizard in Microsoft Office 97 Developer Edition Tools to create disk images on a computer that is running Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0, and then you use the disk images to install the application on a computer running Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x no longer works. When started, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x does not display pages correctly.
ODE: Installing Run-Time Application Breaks IE 3.x
• When you use the Setup Wizard in Microsoft Office 97 Developer Edition Tools to create disk images on a computer that has the Microsoft Data Access Components version 2.1 (MDAC 2.1) or later installed, and you include the ODBC Support for SQL Server component, you will receive an error when you install your application to a computer that does not have MDAC 2.1 or later installed.
234645 SQL Config Driver Failed for Driver SQL Server Error during install of ODE application

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tried to install it in system 32 but it could because of corrupt cabinet files
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Did you click run then let it install wherever it wants to
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had to choose folder or path so i choose C: it installed that way now ill see how it works
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look at my screen shot icons are missing any ideas how to fix

Edited by rushin1nd, 17 August 2006 - 12:39 PM.

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If you put the mouse over any of the arrows for the programmes you will see the icons there if you want to send any to the desktop

Nothing unusual in the image though
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ok thought something need to be done

glad your back

think i need more kps for screen captors can you delete the ones i posted or can you edit them thanks

Edited by rushin1nd, 16 August 2006 - 11:39 PM.

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Maybe your harddisk have bad block,you can try the tool called MHDD check your harddisk.
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For future reference, in regard to the WindowsXP installation disk...

Most "proprietary" computer systems have the Windows Operating System stored withina 'fake'
drive inside the system ( called a 'virtual drive'). This is where the company stores the operating
system installation files.

Win98 was simple to reinstall without losing data going through DOS prompts where XP can be
trickier. With XP, using DOS to change directory to the I386 folder then typing WIN32 or WINNT
would initiate Windows XP setup.

To wipe out all files on the system simply go with the install. To save all files skip the first
screen then select the 'Repair windows installation' option. The First occurance of 'Repair'
takes you into a simulated DOS method to repair your system while the second occurance
allows you to 'repair' a current installation.

The only downfall on this is your 'User Account' information disappears causing you to reallocate
all your desktop items and program shortcut icons... a tedious task.

If you save the 'user.dat' file first, you can generally restore the user account to normal after
the repair.
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