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Q1000003: How do I know what's new in the latest version of ActiveXperts Network Component?
For a list of new features and fixes, see ActiveXperts Network Component Release Notes.
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Q1000012: When trying to register your component DLL from the command line, REGSVR32.EXE returns the following error: 0x80070005
This is not a problem of the ActiveXperts component, but is related to the security settings of your Windows computer. Please try the following: To start the command prompt, start it from the start menu by locating the "Command Prompt" in the start menu. Then, right-click on this item and select "Run as Administrator". Then, issue the following command from the command prompt: REGSVR32.EXE AxNetwork64.dll or REGSVR32.EXE AxNetwork32.dll You can also try to turn off UAC ...
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Q1000020: How can I uninstall ActiveXperts Network Component?
You can simple uninstall the software by using the 'Add/Remove' applet in the control panel. It will delete all files, except two: AxNetwork64.dll and AxNetwork32.dll. This article explains how to uninstall these files manually. The core of ActiveXperts Network Component is two DLL's: AxNetwork64.dll (to be used by 64-bit applications) and AxNetwork32.dll (to be used by 32-bit applications). These DLL's are shared components, which means that they might be required by other software vendors. Ther...
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Q1000030: Does the ActiveXperts Network Component installation overwrite existing Operating System files?
No, it only installs two ActiveX component files: one 32-bit DLL (AxNetwork32.dll) and one 64-bit DLL (AxNetwork64.dll) that both make use of the Operating System.
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Q1000010: When I run Setup, I get the following error message: "Error installing iKernel.exe (0xa00)". What's wrong?
Most probably, you don't have administrative privileges on the machine where you install the product. You must have local administrator rights to install ActiveXperts Network Component on the computer.
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Q1000025: I manually registered the ActiveXperts Network Component DLL file on another machine, and now I want to unregister. How can I do this?
To uninstall the 64-bit component, issue the following command from the command prompt: REGSVR32 -u <path>\AxNetwork64.dll To uninstall the 32-bit component, issue the following command from the command prompt: REGSVR32 -u <path>\AxNetwork32.dll
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Q1000035: Where can I find the ActiveXperts Network Component Release Notes?
You can view the ActiveXperts Network Component Release Notes by using the following URL: activexperts.com/network-component/releasenotes/
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Q1000017: I want to re-install ActiveXperts Network Component. I uninstalled first, but now the installation tells me that I cannot install it in the same destination directory as before. Am I doing something wrong?
You are right: you cannot install the product in an existing directory. At uninstall, the original directory (default: C:\Program Files\ActiveXperts\Network Component\) is NOT deleted in case there are files created/modified after the previous installation. You must delete these files/directories manually. Once the directory (C:\Program Files\ActiveXperts\Network Component\) is deleted, you can re-install it in that directory.
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Q1000016: On 64-bit Operating Systems, can I also register the 32-bit component for my 32-bit applications?
Yes, on 64-bit systems, you can register both the 64-bit component (for 64-bit applications) and the 32-bit component (for 32-bit applications). You can use the same REGSVR32.EXE command for that: REGSVR32 AxNetwork64.dll REGSVR32 AxNetwork32.dll
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