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    My I.T. dept recently upgraded me to XP.
    I installed the hot fix from wilcox site but I'm still getting this error (see attachment)
    Does any one out there know how or what to do to fix this.
    Last edited by why me; 05-18-2007, 02:36 PM.
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  • #2
    My look in the crystall-ball says your error happens in an executed
    basic-script (at line 11). Without knowing that content it's hard
    to assume whats going wrong.
    What I also see in your screenshot: in the filename of your partprogram
    you have a percent-character (100%DIM). That might not solve your problem,
    but it would be better to avoid special-characters in any case!

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    • #3
      My guess is that the script is trying to connect to Excel or some other Windows program and it is probably not installed.
      Links to my utilities for PCDMIS

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      • #4
        Problem

        I used this with no problem on windows 2000 but now with XP it's a different story I attacthed the vb code so you could see it.
        Last edited by why me; 05-18-2007, 02:36 PM.
        sigpicTHE TASK AHEAD OF YOU, IS NEVER AS GREAT AS THE POWER BEHIND YOU. I Fight for Freedom and Pray For Peace..

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        • #5
          Did you rerun the pcdmisutil.dll
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          • #6
            Originally posted by T Miller View Post
            Did you rerun the pcdmisutil.dll
            Yes but to no avail. My only saving grace is I did bring in an old hard drive from home and saved my original windows 2000 set up and all the programs on it
            so I'm not dead in the water just yet.
            sigpicTHE TASK AHEAD OF YOU, IS NEVER AS GREAT AS THE POWER BEHIND YOU. I Fight for Freedom and Pray For Peace..

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            • #7
              Is everything in the same location (path-wise) as before?

              Mr. T, is that necessary to register the utility?
              Links to my utilities for PCDMIS

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              • #8
                Yes. I put everything in the root directory on C:/ just as it was before. the excelscript.bas file, the Test32 excel work sheet.
                sigpicTHE TASK AHEAD OF YOU, IS NEVER AS GREAT AS THE POWER BEHIND YOU. I Fight for Freedom and Pray For Peace..

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by cmmguy View Post
                  Is everything in the same location (path-wise) as before?

                  Mr. T, is that necessary to register the utility?
                  The scripts I use didn't work til I resgistered it
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                  • #10
                    This will not compltely fix your prob,but it is recomended. Go into performance settings and select adjust for best performance(IN CONTROL PANEL)
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                    • #11
                      Thanks I have tried that. I also went in and tried the program properties/ compatibilities and tried changing them around to get this thing to work
                      I know it's just something little that I'm missing. Why oh Why did my I.T. dept have to try to fix something that wasn't broke.
                      sigpicTHE TASK AHEAD OF YOU, IS NEVER AS GREAT AS THE POWER BEHIND YOU. I Fight for Freedom and Pray For Peace..

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                      • #12
                        XP and w2k are essentially the same OS so compatibility should not be an issue. You have, based on the orginal error, something missing.

                        Looking at your code, is that a typo on line 11 or 12?? you have cExcel and then oExcel?
                        Links to my utilities for PCDMIS

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                        • #13
                          The only other thing that comes to mind is what version of PCD is excel trying to use may have to change that.
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                          • #14
                            I think Mr. T is on the right track, according to the ReadMe
                            you'll also have to copy the PCDMISUTILS.DLL to C:\ and do
                            a regsvr32 to that file.

                            From the ReadMe.doc:

                            To install on a new computer:

                            1) copy all files to c drive
                            2) from the start, run , open line
                            type regsvr32 c:\pcdmisutils.dll
                            Note: there is a space between the 2 and the c in the line above
                            3) set the security level in excel to medium( found under tool, macro, security)
                            4) To automatically send results to excel, place this command at the end of your pcdmis program:

                            CS1 =SCRIPT/FILENAME= C:\EXCELSCRIPT.BAS
                            FUNCTION/LoadExcel,,
                            STARTSCRIPT/
                            ENDSCRIPT/

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                            • #15
                              New Problem

                              I got a little farther along than before. Thanks to all the Help you guys are Great But now I got this thing going on. Any Ideas It's got me stumped.

                              Last edited by why me; 05-18-2007, 02:36 PM.
                              sigpicTHE TASK AHEAD OF YOU, IS NEVER AS GREAT AS THE POWER BEHIND YOU. I Fight for Freedom and Pray For Peace..

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