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Borland DLLs getting unregisterd
User (email@example.com) posted:
OK, I don't think Robot is doing this but...
I had some problems with an application, then found stdvcl40.dll was not
registered when it should have been. So used regsvr32 to register it, then
rebooted. I went home with my automation running, it failed in the same
place, checked the registry and the dll was not registered.
Any ideas welcomed.
Re: Borland DLLs getting unregisterd
User Crunk John (ext3jpc) (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
All I can think of is to unregister it and then register it again, but I
don't think that is it.