Calibration with SP25M Error HELP !!!!!!!!

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  • Calibration with SP25M Error HELP !!!!!!!!

    Guys, Need some help!! Has anyone ever seen this message"Unable to initialize Renishaw Calibration COM object Possible causes includeThe Renishaw calibratuon DLL not being present or not properly registered." I SEARCHED ALL .DLL files. Saw nothing closely named to renishaw or calibration in DLL files ? -(Calibration for scanning) I do not get this error for touch cal.w tp20
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  • #2
    Are you still under warranty / SMA?

    I suspect tech support can provide you with the latest renishaw DLL. It sounds like you are missing something. . .

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Don Ruggieri View Post
      It sounds like you are missing something. . .
      Of course he is missing something, " Dude, he lives in a cardboard box under a bridge!"
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      • #4
        Please check the control panel. START-SETTINGS-CONTROL PANEL-ADD REMOVE PROGRAMS. Search the attached item.

        If there is not a program as shown in the picture , simply reinstall your current pc-dmis version again to the same folder.

        HTH
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Paul Sarrach View Post
          Of course he is missing something, " Dude, he lives in a cardboard box under a bridge!"
          LMFAO...

          I don't know how I missed that one but I would have jumped right on it too...
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Paul Sarrach View Post
            Of course he is missing something, " Dude, he lives in a cardboard box under a bridge!"
            Nice!!!!!
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Don Ruggieri View Post
              I suspect tech support can provide you with the latest renishaw DLL. It sounds like you are missing something. . .
              Yes, called tech support they took way too long to get back to me PROBLEM RESOLVED!!! The problem was CALRSP.DLL file had to be re-registered with the upgrade from mr2 to mr3. Thing was when I went back to mr2 still had the same prob !never had it before DEMONS DEMONS DEMONS . Thanks to all for all your help !! PS upgraded cardbox to a double wide some rich folks left a freezer box outside with the trash!! Imagine That!!!!
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              • #8
                Originally posted by AJHVW93 View Post
                Yes, called tech support they took way too long to get back to me PROBLEM RESOLVED!!! The problem was CALRSP.DLL file had to be re-registered with the upgrade from mr2 to mr3. Thing was when I went back to mr2 still had the same prob !never had it before DEMONS DEMONS DEMONS . Thanks to all for all your help !! PS upgraded cardbox to a double wide some rich folks left a freezer box outside with the trash!! Imagine That!!!!
                Good luck with the DOUBLE WIDE. I'd recommend looking for some plastic to cover it with though. Winter is just around the corner...
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by rangerboat72 View Post
                  Good luck with the DOUBLE WIDE. I'd recommend looking for some plastic to cover it with though. Winter is just around the corner...
                  Yeah thanks,, Last year all I had was some hospital blankets, not very water resistant.
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