Hi Bill,

On Sun, Mar 8, 2009 at 20:00,  <bill.hew...@sentex.net> wrote:
> >
> > What changed?
> I honestly don't know what was the initial cause, but I suspect it is
> related to IE7 (32) being inoperative.  IE7 (64) runs just fine.  My
> default browser is Firefox, which is also ok.
> I can sometimes get DQSD to run after a fresh install but eventually
> it will not load giving the initial error that I posted.  That error
> is followed by three or four others.  DQSD will still be present in
> the toolbar showing white space and lifeless.

Hmm. I can't really tell what's wrong, but if you could check the
following, we may be able to figure something out:

First, I'd check the registry, to see what DQSDTools.Launcher points to:
1) Open regedit
2) Go to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT/DQSDTools.Launcher and open its CLSID sub-key
3) The default value should be '{FA8211C1-F85B-4CCD-8C51-1587A37E566A}'
4) Go to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT/CLSID/{FA8211C1-F85B-4CCD-8C51-1587A37E566A}
and open its InprocServer32 sub-key
5) Check its default value, it should be the path to your local
DQSDTools64.dll -- is it?

- Kim

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