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From: "William T. Flight" <>
Subject: Re: [GENBOX] Help--3.1.6 installation problem!
Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2003 12:47:43 -0500
I don't know why the patch would ask you to restart Windows, because the
patch doesn't change any system files. I don't know what the "Genbox
ENY.dll" file would be either.
I recommend downloading the full installation and trying that. I've updated
the full download installation to include the fix for the "Save Layout"
problem (two values needed to be removed from the registry), so the full
download will help you avoid that potential problem as well.
For others experiencing problems opening their databases after installing
version 3.1.6, there is utility on the download page at
http://www.genbox.com/download.htm that will correct the "Save Layout"
William T. Flight
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 9:39 AM
Subject: [GENBOX] Help--3.1.6 installation problem!
> Hello all,
> I am still using Windows 95, and have never had any problems downloading
or installing Genbox or any patch--until yesterday!
> I downloaded the 3.1.6 patch without problems, and thought the patch had
installed without incident. I did notice that the program asked me to
restart WIndows, which I hadn't noticed with previous updates.
> When Windows restarted, I had a separate icon on my desktop for the patch
(which never happened before), as well as the Genbox icon. Clicking on the
Genbox icon, I got the message:
> "Error: Cannot find file 'GENBOXENU.DLL'"
> CLicking on the patch icon, I get the message:
> "Genbox ENY.dll file missing".
> So now I can't open Genbox at all.
> I hope this is easily "fixable." I neglected to save the latest version
of my database, but luckily I have a backup that's at least reasonably
recent. I have the feeling, though, that this is something that can be
> Am I right?
> Dave Morehouse
> Hopkins, MN
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