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    "The reason this is occuring is is because the installer is not registering mswebdvd.dll file. The solution to this is to register that file by either finding it on your computer, or downloading it here. Once you have the file, put it in the c:\windows\system32 directory and use REGSVR32.exe (a component of windows) on the file. It will say it succeeded if you have done it right."



    I had to start this tread because you have locked the other one.


    Ok i got the dll and the exe now the question is how do i regester the dll.

    a) Both my exe and the dll are put in the system32 folder
    b) I put the dll over the exe and it says failed.

    Sorry for my low knowledge of Software... please guide me through this.

    Early response shall be great.

    Cheers
    Mastero

  • #2
    Ok after a lot of R&D i have come to a conclusion that win98 does not like the dll and therefore does not register it ...

    Well now where do we go from here?

    Mastero

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    • #3
      Use your command prompt and type in (in your system32 directory or whereever you copied the files, location does not matter!)

      regsvr32 mswebdvd.dll

      what response do you get (please a full message, not something like "it says it failed")?

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      • #4
        DllRegisterServer in mswebdvd.dll failed
        return code was: 0x80070078

        This is wat comes up in the msg box when i type regsvr32 mswebdvd.dll
        in the run box.

        Mastero

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        • #5
          Looks like there are unmet dependencies.

          Are all of the following files in your system available?

          ADVAPI32.DLL
          COMCTL32.DLL
          COMDLG32.DLL
          DCIMAN32.DLL
          DDRAW.DLL
          GDI32.DLL
          KERNEL32.DLL
          MSVCRT.DLL
          MSWEBDVD.DLL
          NTDLL.DLL
          OLE32.DLL
          OLEAUT32.DLL
          QUARTZ.DLL
          RPCRT4.DLL
          SHELL32.DLL
          SHLWAPI.DLL
          USER32.DLL
          WINMM.DLL

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          • #6
            I have a suggestion... Get a fresh copy of Windows98 SE installed on your carputer with all of the windows updates. Don't install anything else. Now install mediaengine. We have tested m.e on a fresh copy of win98 SE and found that it will work fine. Or...

            Use windowsXP or windows2000. I am sorry, but its just too difficult to write software that works well on both a 9x based system and an NT system. Nothing personal.
            Get MediaEngine !!!
            Media Engine Download

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            • #7
              i had this problem

              i had the problem(s) being experienced with MediaEngine. After a fresh install, it would just keep restarting in a neverending loop. I installed DirectX 9 and it started crashing with an error in msdxm.ocx. I found an older/different version of msdxm.ocx somewhere on the net, downloaded it, and popped it into windows/system and everything works great now. Sorry I don't know exactly where I found it, but
              What I've been listening to
              What I've been driving

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              • #8
                I understand carcomp...!

                What i got till now is that the dll gets installed if ME is not installed but once ME is installed then it starts to crash .. Will try other ways and post later

                Mastero

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                • #9
                  I was able to get it to work doing the following;

                  1. Clean install of win98 with all critical updates
                  2. Copied a windows ME mswebdvd.dll (204K file) to windows\system\32 and regestered it.
                  3. Copied a windows ME msdxm.ocx (789k file) to windows\System.

                  I found these file at http://www.drd.dyndns.org/index2.html

                  Hope this helps.

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                  • #10
                    OK got it to work ... tips

                    a) clean install
                    b) dirextx9
                    c) mediaplayer9
                    d) Copy a windows ME mswebdvd.dll (204K file) to windows\system\32 and regestered it.
                    e) Copy a windows ME msdxm.ocx (789k file) to windows\System

                    And voila it works ...

                    Thanks all

                    Mastero

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                    • #11
                      If it fits the budget an upgrade to xp would be more than worth while. For more reasons than one!
                      - stability
                      - Reliability
                      - Preformance
                      - *Security
                      - Compatibility
                      - Support
                      - etc!!...

                      Just a suggestion to those out there using 98!
                      Asus Pundit Barebones PC
                      7" Lilliput LCD
                      P4 2.8ghz 512mb 120gb
                      Windows XP Pro, VOICES
                      Sony Xplode 10in Sub, Rockford 600w amp
                      Pioneer 6x9's and 4x6's, Kenwood 4ch amp
                      Black Widow Alarm with Pager

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                      • #12
                        Do you guys think XP would run well on a 350mhz AMD with 182mb ram?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Adam F
                          Do you guys think XP would run well on a 350mhz AMD with 182mb ram?
                          It would...but i would reccommend a faster system. I have run xp on a 233 with 64mb of ram. just tweak it
                          Asus Pundit Barebones PC
                          7" Lilliput LCD
                          P4 2.8ghz 512mb 120gb
                          Windows XP Pro, VOICES
                          Sony Xplode 10in Sub, Rockford 600w amp
                          Pioneer 6x9's and 4x6's, Kenwood 4ch amp
                          Black Widow Alarm with Pager

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                          • #14
                            I have the same problem now.
                            where can i get the needed files?
                            This Link don't work: http://www.drd.dyndns.org/index2.html

                            Bernhard

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