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    WKTVBDE v1.4 problem

    This is such a fundamental problem, I thought I'd have no problem finding info, but after googling it to death, I can't even find anything similar - on installation I get the following error -

    error opening file for writing:
    C:\WINDOWS\system32\IMAGEHLP.DLL

    The dll is there and not read only, so I continue after hitting retry several times by hitting "ignore"

    Now when I try to open a Pcoded file I get the error that the VB dll's can't be found on this computer - yes I did copy BDASMDLL.DLL to both /system and /system32 - and I have VB6 installed on this machine so all the files MSVBM60 etc. are there - is this a problem with XP SP2? or am I being patently stupid again and missing something obvious?

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    According to http://64.233.179.104/translate_c?hl=en&sl=zh-CN&u=http://bbs.pediy.com/printthread.php%3Fs%3D99ffbb8c0c86007e11610c6de933bc84%26threadid%3D1724&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dwktvbde%2BIMAGEHLP%26num%3D100%26hl%3Den%26lr%3D%26safe%3Doff, you need an older version of msvbvm60.dll ("2003 version"). No clue if this is true or not.

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    you can rename your imagehlp.dll, edit the renamed with lordpe, setting the charateristics of .text to e00000020, save it, rename to the original name and that should do the stuff.
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    Thanx fighter 81 I'll give it a try.

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    disavowed, fighter_81 -

    Combination of the 2 fixed the problem! many thanx! - for anyone else who reads this in the future - the part to change of the .text sec. is the flags - my file was 60000020 - change to E0000020.

    SiGiNT

    Also - don't replace your MVBVMXX.DLL files in system32 put the 2003 versions in your target's directory.


    OOPS! spoke too soon - I now get an information window that says running under WINNT with an ok button - when I click on that it exits - shit!
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    FYI, one trick that I've seen is when the author of the target VB program changes "MSVBVM60.DLL" to "msvbvm60.dll" in the Import Table, since IIRC WKTVBDE does a case-sensitive search for the DLL name in the IT. This can obviously be fixed by changing the string to the uppercase one.

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