said by Cudni:
I think it is more likely that the incompatibility is with that, I assume older software. What version OS are the other PCs ?
The OS it worked on was XP and her laptop is XP as well. The software disk was created in 2010. I tried running it in compatibility mode for 98/ME, Win 2000 and NT4.
This is the book the CD is from:
»www.amazon.com/Lippincotts-Revie ··· d_pt_1_0
I can only remember one of the 2 dlls that it said it couldn't find. This was the first one, IML32.dll. I searched the drive and couldn't find the file. Googling revealed that file was part of Adobe Shockwave Player so I downloaded from FileHippo the latest version and installed it. I was then able to find the file which was included in the Adobe Folder in System 32. Still more problems stating the software couldn't find that dll so I copied it from the Adobe Folder to the system 32 folder itself (thought it might be easier to find??) and then was told a different dll (can't remember the name) was missing. I searched the drive and found that dll in the Adobe Folder as well. So, I copied it and placed it in the system 32 folder. At that point, no further boxes about dll files not being found occurred but an error box stating the Macromedia Projector had encountered an error and needed to close and without it, the program doesn't run.
I've tried the solutions your links point to without success. Thank you for those links.
She is going to try the disk in her boyfriends Mac this evening. I may fiddle around exploring the undoing of the WebDAV but I was hoping someone here might think this could be an issue. I've already spent more than a couple hrs messing around.
Sometimes a problem when locking down a Windoze PC. Some software just isn't cooperative.