Re: eLearn info needed
Thanks everyone for responses.
To be sure we're all comparing apples with apples, the easy way to find the eLearn version number is to go into Windows - Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs. eLearn will be listed with its version number.
I bought a Version 1.0 copy on ebay recently. If anyone has a later version, could you let me know?
Trouble with my copy is I'm getting the following error on installation on to an XP Pro system:
Unable to register the DLL/OCX: DllRegister Server failed; code 0x80004005."
The seller was reasonable and sent me a second copy which he says was checked on XP Pro as working and I've no reason to disbelieve him. However, it has the same problem. This may be due to eLearn requiring a specific version of the dll file. I'm not sure how this failure affects functionality, as so far nothing has crashed or failed to respond (but I could be missing things I don't know about). If anyone
has a working version which has NOT displayed this problem, could you let me know the version number of the dll file? To do this, go to the system32 directory within your windows directory, find the
msjetoledb40.dll file, right click the mouse over it, choose "Properties" and open the Version tab. You will see a version number similar to "4.0.4331.4". This should allow me to download the correct version from the net.
Next question - my eLearn CD contains an empty PDF folder - can anyone confirm if this should contain files?
On installing the software, should setup copy the complete CD over to hard disc, or does it simply copy over about 5Mb and require the CD to be inserted all the time to access the remaining data like DTE?
Finally, I understood that eLearn allowed the user to enter the car chassis number for vehicle-specific data. Although there is a field for this, my version will not accept an entry, and also does not allow
connection to Alfa for updates. Has anyone got a version which does either of these?
Thanks in advance for any help - the answers might make us all a bit more street-wise on the various auction offerings out there - and what to avoid.