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missing Dll, Can't open application


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roboepp

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I have tried re-installing the application but this seems to be a windows XP file.

Please help :tazz:
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uhm, APPLICATION is?

That is not a windows xp file that I am familiar with, nor is it listed in the MS DLL database
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Is it a tablet application

How to verify if an application supports Wintab?
1.Launch the software application.
2.Try to rename the file "wintab32.dll". C:\windows\system\wintab32.dll (Windows NT/2000 users: please delete the "wintab32.dll" file)
If the file of "wintab32.dll" can be renamed or deleted then this means that the software application does not support "Wintab".
Note: If the application supports Wintab then the pressure-sensitivity function is available.




How to disable Wintab?
Please rename or delete the wintab32.dll file
C:\windows\system\wintab32.dll.

There is an updated version, ask them if it will run with XP or if you can use compatibilty mode

http://www.aiptek.co.../faq_tablet.htm
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Thanks for your interest in answering. I have made contact with the software support team. I should get a sollution from them today.

Thanks you once again.

p.s. Could it be possible for you to review my problem posted yesturday?
This trojan infected computer is driving me crazy, can't get any work done.
Thanks again,
Roboepp
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