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Subject: Re: Dupli Find still asking for windows script ???

Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 20:32:45 +0200

I'm assuming that you have Windows XP (32 bit). You computer should have a folder called System32. It is usually located in "c:\Windows\System32" but this can vary if your system is not installed on the c: disk.

Can you see if you can find this folder?

If you find it, can you see if you can find this file inside: SCRRUN.DLL

It should be located there (installed by default in XP), but it seems like you are missing it, or it is not registered correctly.

// Dan

Nathaniel wrote:
> What i get is ..
> wsh ver 5.7
> Vb script ver 5.7
> and the last one just crashes the script??
> From: Dan
> To: Nathaniel
> Sent: Saturday, May 9, 2009 6:57:09 AM
> Subject: Re: Dupli Find still asking for windows script ???
> Hi,
> Sorry for the late reply.
> If Dupli Find complains it is because it can not create an object that is required. All modern systems should have this object built in, so I don't know why it does not work for you. I made a small script that displays the script version. Please run it and tell me what is says. There should be 3 versions displayed.
> // Dan
> Nathaniel wrote:
>> I have the latest service pack 3 , and if I try to in stall window script 5.7 it say's that it's not needed??
>> why is Dupli Find still asking for windows script ???

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