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1 Oct 2007
The currently bundled plugin for Paragon HD Mgr 8.0 SE works fine if you only want to run it from the PE environment. But if you want to run it straight off the CD without booting to PE, it fails to load. thumbdown.gif

The reason is that it can't find the qtp-mt334.dll file. When booting into PE, the qtp-mt334.dll file is there in the \I386\SYSTEM32 directory so it works. But when running it from the CD outside of PE, qtp-mt334.dll isn't in the right place. Currently the plugin copies it to the \PROGRAMS\HDM8 directory but it should instead copy it to \PROGRAMS\HDM8\Program directory.

To correct this, I made the following changes to the plugin files in the \UBCD4Win\plugin\Commercial\HDM8 directory:

File: get_files_hdm8.cmd

Change line that currently says
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copy %windir%\system32\qtp-mt334.dll %curr_path%\files\qtp-mt334.dll
to
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copy %windir%\system32\qtp-mt334.dll %curr_path%\files\Program\qtp-mt334.dll

File: hdm8.dat

Find the line that currently says
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files\qtp-mt334.dll=2,,1
and delete that entire line. HDM doesn't need a copy of qtp-mt334.dll in the \I386\SYSTEM32 directory as long as it's found in the program's own directory. And you save 4MB of CD space since the file isn't on the CD in two places. happy.gif

One other comment about that plugin - if you're building UBCD4WIN on a Windows 2000 machine, the get_files_hdm8.cmd batchfile won't work unless you've got the REG.EXE app installed somewhere accessible in the PATH. (It's automatically installed with XP, but not 2000). Windows 2000 users can install REG.EXE by going to their Win2K CD and running SUPPORT\TOOLS\SETUP.EXE.

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