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oshoshitzu

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How can I find out which version of MSXML Core Services is on my PC?


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(XP Pro Sp2)
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Welcome to the forum.
Do a search for msxml . One or several msxml dll files will come up, since it's possible to have more than one xml version installed side-by-side. You'll see msxml1.dll, msxml2.dll, or msxml3.dll (or all three). Properties sheet for each of these will show exact version string (right-click->Properties).

Edited by pip22, 01 March 2008 - 04:15 AM.

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oshoshitzu

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Thanks

I've actually got 5 versions:

Msxml.dll and Msxmlr.dll

Msxml2.dll and Msxml2r.dll

Msxml3.dll and Msxml3r.dll

Msxml4.dll and Msxml4r.dll

Msxml6.dll and Msxml6r.dll

Edited by oshoshitzu, 01 March 2008 - 05:25 AM.

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How can I find out which version of MSXML Core Services is on my PC? (XP Pro Sp2)

just out of curiosity...why did you want to know this...
are you having display issues at some websites
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How can I find out which version of MSXML Core Services is on my PC? (XP Pro Sp2)

just out of curiosity...why did you want to know this...
are you having display issues at some websites



No, I just want to install the appropriate updates
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just go to windows updates...they scan your computer and tell you what you need..
I personally don't get IE 7 because I use firefox exclusively...or wmp 11 because it won't even play movies I bought...not copies of them the original dvd...also the malicious software removal toll screwed up nero twice and I had to reinstall it so never again for me anyway...
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