Hi Kim,

On Sun, 8 Mar 2009 20:44:07 +0100, you [Kim Gräsman] wrote:

}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?

Yes.  After a fresh install the CLSID default value and file location
were correct, as above.  DQSD is now fully operational - including the
help which I assume is using IE, but is it the x32 or x64 version of

If this follows past experience DQSD will remain working for a while,
it may even be a couple of days.  I am not going to tempt fate by
making changes to the local*.* files and will just let it run as is.

I have my fingers crossed...

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