Have you tried copying the file and then renaming the copy? Seems to me that 
that should work...Not ideal I know, but as a workaround, should save a lot of 
fiddling about. /Gary
>Okay, I renamed the file libxml2.dll, in my WINDOWS/System32 directory. 
Gimp
>now starts up.

I have discovered that renaming the file causes Systran (a popular commercial
translator) to fail to start.  So now, I have to rename the file before
starting Gimp, then rename the file back before starting Systran.

This is not absolutely fabulous.  Is there a better way?

-- 
SChan




      
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