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Thread: Delphi 6 on 32 bit Win 7 problem?


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J Hviid

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Delphi 6 on 32 bit Win 7 problem?  
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  Posted: Oct 21, 2016 12:47 AM
I am running Delphi 6 Prof. (SP3) on a 32 bit Win 7.
The basic install works and so do some of my additional components.

However, when I install Async Pro, the install at first works fine, I get the components and I can compile my apps.
But if I then close Delphi down and start it up again, I get this (translated from Danish):
Program can not start, as A406-R60.bpl is missing on the computer. Try to reinstall.

This is followed by (in mixed English and Danish):
Can't load package c:\radarwin\installs\async\A406-D60.bpl
Specified module was not found.
Do you want to attempt to load this package the next time a project is loaded?

If I do reinstall, the package works again. Until I start Delphi again.

It does not help setting compatibility to XP.

Is this a Delphi problem, Win 7 or is it because the laptop is set up to run in the company domain with unknown network restrictions?
(I am supposed to be local admin)

As some of my other components (that work) are only for D6, I can not simply go to a newer version.

Edited by: J Hviid on Oct 21, 2016 12:50 AM

Edited by: J Hviid on Oct 21, 2016 12:55 AM
Björn Schreiber

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Re: Delphi 6 on 32 bit Win 7 problem? [Edit]  
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  Posted: Oct 21, 2016 5:13 AM   in response to: J Hviid in response to: J Hviid
Am 21.10.2016 um 09:55 schrieb J Hviid:
This is followed by (in mixed English and Danish):
Can't load package c:\radarwin\installs\async\A406-D60.bpl

Put C:\RADARWIN\INSTALLS\ASYNC to your PATH environment variable. Or
copy the BPL file to a directory which already is in your PATH variable.

hth,
Björn
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Re: Delphi 6 on 32 bit Win 7 problem? [Edit]  
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  Posted: Oct 21, 2016 10:39 AM   in response to: J Hviid in response to: J Hviid
J Hviid wrote:
I am running Delphi 6 Prof. (SP3) on a 32 bit Win 7.
The basic install works and so do some of my additional components.

However, when I install Async Pro, the install at first works fine, I get the components and I can compile my apps.
But if I then close Delphi down and start it up again, I get this (translated from Danish):
Program can not start, as A406-R60.bpl is missing on the computer. Try to reinstall.

This is followed by (in mixed English and Danish):
Can't load package c:\radarwin\installs\async\A406-D60.bpl
Specified module was not found.
Do you want to attempt to load this package the next time a project is loaded?

If I do reinstall, the package works again. Until I start Delphi again.

It does not help setting compatibility to XP.

Is this a Delphi problem, Win 7 or is it because the laptop is set up to run in the company domain with unknown network restrictions?
(I am supposed to be local admin)

As some of my other components (that work) are only for D6, I can not simply go to a newer version.

Edited by: J Hviid on Oct 21, 2016 12:50 AM

Edited by: J Hviid on Oct 21, 2016 12:55 AM

It isn't the design time package the IDE is having trouble locating (that has
full path info to load) it is the run time package that design time package
needs is not on the path. Find the location that it installed the run time
packages and add that to your path or move that to someplace on your path.

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J Hviid

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Re: Delphi 6 on 32 bit Win 7 problem?  
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  Posted: Oct 24, 2016 11:21 PM   in response to: J Hviid in response to: J Hviid
Well, I have not been able to solve the problem as such.

However, I have been able to change my code and forms (six different applications) using another COM port component.
And the new (rather old) component, VaComm, also does handle port numbers above 9 (at least until 16), which is an ultimate requirement.

Async Pro has now been removed.
Shlomo Abuisak

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Re: Delphi 6 on 32 bit Win 7 problem?  
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  Posted: Oct 24, 2016 11:51 PM   in response to: J Hviid in response to: J Hviid
J Hviid wrote:
I am running Delphi 6 Prof. (SP3) on a 32 bit Win 7.
The basic install works and so do some of my additional components.

However, when I install Async Pro, the install at first works fine, I get the components and I can compile my apps.
But if I then close Delphi down and start it up again, I get this (translated from Danish):
Program can not start, as A406-R60.bpl is missing on the computer. Try to reinstall.

This is followed by (in mixed English and Danish):
Can't load package c:\radarwin\installs\async\A406-D60.bpl
Specified module was not found.
Do you want to attempt to load this package the next time a project is loaded?

If I do reinstall, the package works again. Until I start Delphi again.

It does not help setting compatibility to XP.

Is this a Delphi problem, Win 7 or is it because the laptop is set up to run in the company domain with unknown network restrictions?
(I am supposed to be local admin)

As some of my other components (that work) are only for D6, I can not simply go to a newer version.

Edited by: J Hviid on Oct 21, 2016 12:50 AM

Edited by: J Hviid on Oct 21, 2016 12:55 AM

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Edited by: shlomo abuisak on Oct 24, 2016 11:56 PM
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