[cvsnt] Re: Bad upgrade experience to current CVSNT 2.50.3 (2260)

John Peacock jpeacock at rowman.com
Fri Mar 24 21:06:23 GMT 2006

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Tony Hoyle wrote:
> Not sure why you don't have it.. there's no way I can see that it 
> wouldn't be installed (other than MSI screwing up again - as a general 
> rule don't attempt software upgrades using MSI installers.. the engine 
> sucks and nearly always screws something up).  

Ah, that's it then.  I _did_ use the MSI installer and I was going from 
2.0.58d in one swell foop.  Not your fault, then! ;-)

> Also, even then typing 
> dbghelp.dll into google brings the microsoft redistributable as the 
> second link.

As helpful as that link is, it is a very ancient file (5.0.2195.1). 
Using that DLL will provoke one of those extra helpful "Entry Point Not 
Found" Windows errors.  I was able to find 6.2.0013 on some other site. 
  As near as I can tell, I'd have to download one of the Debugging 
toolkits from Microsoft to gain access to this one file...


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