|27 Dec 2012||#1|
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Using Windows 7 Path Statement
I have a couple a couple of older software programs that I was trying to get to communicate with each other and tried using the Windows 7 path statement to get that accomplished. So far, bad luck.
This is the process I followed:
After I rebooted, not only could I not get the communication I'd hoped for but now get an error that reads a DLL file is missing from my system. The DLL file is indeed present but it appears that I need to get it either into a location where the error stops occurring OR get it's current location back into the PATH where my system sees it on boot. I was under the impression that I would just append one path to another with a semicolon in between but that hasn't been too successful.
This really seems a far stretch from the old DOS path opportunities.
Any thoughts or ideas are appreciated.
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