Fri, 14 Apr 2000 07:41:06 -0700
That seems strange. Perhaps other 2000 user can tell us if it works for
them. Sword help does not do anything to hhctrl.ocx or hh.exc, it just
needs them to display the file. A lot of errors with those files come after
people upgrade or reinstall Windows, or change IE. If the file versions are
out of sync you get errors. But I would think that if that was your problem
you would have problems with other help files also.
At 05:16 AM 4/14/2000 -0700, Brook humphrey wrote:
>Yes I'm using 2000 and the windows 2000 help came up just fine.
>Jerry Hastings wrote:
> > At 08:41 PM 4/13/2000 -0700, Brook humphrey wrote:
> > >If I try to use the sword.chm it says hh.exe has generated errors and
> > >will be closed by windows.
> > What versions of Windows and IE do you have? I have read reports that
> > Hhctrl.ocx on some Win 2000 systems is corrupted and that extracting a new
> > copy of the Hhctrl.ocx file from the 2000 CD-ROM can sometimes take care of
> > it. If you are using 2000 try to start the Windows 2000 Professional Help
> > and see if it runs. If it does not, you probably have the corruption.
> > Jerry