[sword-devel] WIN32RC4 available

Brook humphrey sword-devel@crosswire.org
Mon, 17 Apr 2000 06:43:23 -0700

As far as I can tell windows2000 has the cabs stashed away some where
and if I try to replace any system file it monitors this activity and
sticks a new copy of the file in place of the back in.

also just so you know the installation cd can do a recovery which will
check and make sure all the files it installed are original. I have
already done this and hh.exe still crashes. But as I said the test.chm
that I created doesn't crash the system.

One last thing I tried to pull up your sword.chm in the html help
workshop and it was nothing but a bunch of characters and symbols. 

Jerry Hastings wrote:
> At 03:02 PM 4/16/2000 -0700, Brook humphrey wrote:
> >sorry the files are as follows
> >c:\winnt\hh.exe
> >c:\winnt\system32\hhctrl.ocx
> >c:\winnt\system32\hhsetup.dll
> >c:\winnt\system32\mui\009\hhctrlui.dll
> >
> >these are the files with names like you describe but there is no hh.dat
> >and just so you know there is no way to replace or mess with these files
> >win2k automatically replaces the original. I can't rename, delete, copy
> >over anything. The original file is automatically replaced by win2k.
> There should be a way to at least reinstall from the CD. Perhaps that is
> what you are saying is happening.  Also, installing on an NT/2000 system
> will require administrative privileges on the system. Perhaps NT does not
> use the dat file.
> Jerry