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John
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I'm receiving some "LoadLibrary brclientdll... error code 126" error messages when attempting to launch my BRClient. I can't find any documentation on these error messages. Does anyone have any tips or familiarity with them? I think I can just restart my computer, which I'm about to try - but I thought I'd ask just in case I might be able to fix the error in the future. :?:

I know it is related to bouncing back and forth between different version of BRClient.exe.

-John

P.S. Actual error message screen shots are included in the attached in docx file
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Note: Rebooting did not fix.
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Post by bluesfannoz »

Do you have the client dll that corresponds to the brclient.exe that your running in the same folder as the brclient.exe? You must have the original corresponding dll there no matter if it has been upgraded to a newer version.
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Yes - in my shortcut's Target directory I do, however not in the "Start in" directory.
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Post by bluesfannoz »

Not sure I explained myself. If I have brclient.exe version 4.30a and its been upgraded to 4.30l by applying dlls. If I setup a new machine and just copy that brclient.exe and the 4.30l dll to that new machine it will fail. That brclient.exe is still tied to its original 4.30a dll until the proper entries are made to the registry that upgrade it to work with 4.30l. This is what Dan explained to me early on when I was experimenting with it. Gordon will have to chime in if this has changed.

So its always a good idea to keep all the old dll's around. Unless you track what actual version the brclient.exe you got from ADS was designed for.
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Post by John »

I added the appropriate files to the starting directory and that fixed it!

Thank you Sir.
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