Any news on XP64 support

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Any news on XP64 support
 
Terry Wright




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Addin Express will not install on XP64 Currently

It gets to Registering Add-in Express and then throws the error

Retrieving the COM class factory for component with CLSID {7ECC7BC5-A275-4E8C-AEA9-5555070CA2B5D} failed due the following error: 800040154

I'm guessing the problem is due to the WOW redirection for the 32 bit components and some of the installer is running in 64bit.

Is there a way I could install manually if the installer is a sticking point?
Posted 04 Oct, 2006 08:34:10 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hi Terry.

Unfortunately we don't provide the manually registered version of Add-in Express .NET. We will support Vista when it is released.
Posted 04 Oct, 2006 17:36:26 Top
Terry Wright




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But what about windows XP 64Bit?
Posted 04 Oct, 2006 19:44:36 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Terry, I will test the ADX installation under XP 64 next week and will let you know about results.
Posted 05 Oct, 2006 06:06:22 Top
Terry Wright




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Any news?
Posted 16 Oct, 2006 04:24:29 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hi Terry.

Sorry for delay. Now I am working on a new ADX build. I will fix the issue in a week or two.
Posted 16 Oct, 2006 11:40:29 Top
Terry Wright




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Any news on this?
Posted 30 Oct, 2006 02:43:00 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hi Terry.

Please download a new ADX build here:
http://www.add-in-express.com/files/adx2netsetup/adxnet-v208-b1763-vs.msi
Posted 30 Oct, 2006 17:09:33 Top
Terry Wright




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Unfortunately I am still getting the exact same error.

I have however managed to work round the problem an discover the error.

I extracted the install using an administrative install then using corflags I looked at Installer.2005.exe in the bin directory.

I issued the command corflags /32BIT+ Installer.2005.exe and then run the msi file

This allowed me to install fine (I was only using the 2005 module). I had to follow an identical procedure on the adx extensions install too. It looks like you need to modify your project so you compile the installer executables for "x86" only instead of "Any Cpu".

I've yet to transfer my projects from the laptop and test that the install works, but I'm guessing that as longs as I also use the x86 flag I should be fine.

Hope this helps.
Posted 01 Nov, 2006 08:22:34 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hi Terry.

Sorry, but I don't quite understand. Does the installation of the ADX product still fail on Windows XP x64 Edition? What error messages do you get when you run the 'adxnet-v208-b1763-vs.msi' file without any parameters?
Posted 01 Nov, 2006 09:02:25 Top