We would like to inform you that your problem might be caused by two important Microsoft drivers (MDAC and JET), which are responsible for the handling of databases on WINDOWS systems. It could be that they are misconfigured or not installed properly.
To check this we wonder if you could install these drivers once again by using the links below. The links guide you to the english download side. So if you use another language for your operating system, please change the language to the correct one before you start the download.
MDAC 2.8: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... layLang=en
Jet 4.0 SP 8 for XP: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... layLang=en
After the download and the installation of these drivers the system should be relaunched. Subsequently please check whether the problem still exists.
In case the problem is not solved:
It might be that during the last installation/update of DIALux a module was not registrated properly. To check this we would like to ask you to registrate all DIALux components manually by following this little guide:
At first please close all running applications and be sure that you have administrator rights on your machine.
Please search for the file "_RegDll.bat" by using the Windows search function (the standard directory is C:\....\DIALux\Support). Now please run the "_RegDll.bat" batchfile by double-clicking it, so that all DIALux components will be registered manually. A Dos window will appear and you will get a messagebox for every single module. Please confirm every messagebox with a click on OK, if the registration step was successful. If an error message occurs during one registration step, please make a note of it. After that please restart DIAlux and check if the problem is solved.