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Re: Re: Re: MathPlayer???
The problem occurs exclusively on systems running 64-bit versions of Windows XP, 2003, or Vista which have never had version 6 installed. It does not occur, for example, under 32-bit versions of Windows running on 64-bit CPU's, which tends to be a much more common configuration being sold from the big names like Dell and HP. The Windows Mathematica Player download has been updated to resolve this problem, incidentally. The FAQ remains in place for those who already installed the earlier version. The only change to the new Windows Mathematica Player is to effectively apply the step outlined in the FAQ, so there is no reason to download it again if you've successfully followed the FAQ. As a reminder, again, the FAQ is... http://support.wolfram.com/player/systems/windows/52andplayerincompatibility.html Sincerely, John Fultz jfultz at wolfram.com User Interface Group Wolfram Research, Inc. On Sat, 5 May 2007 06:09:31 -0400 (EDT), Murray Eisenberg wrote: >Does this apply to Windows 32-bit versions (for 32-bit PCs), or only for >64-bit machines/Windows? > >shezar.alan at gmail.com wrote: >>[See the twp previous posts by John Fultz for official details - >>moderator] >> >> >>If you're on windows check your Mathlink Libraries under C:\Windows >>\System32\ These may have been replaced by MathPlayer versions that >>are incompatible with 5.2. If they have try overwriting them with the >>ones from 5.2. They are located in $TopDirectory\AddOns\MathLink >>\DeveloperKit\Windows\SystemAdditions