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Mackenzie, >> What happens if you do "cvsservice -test" from a command prompt? >> > Then, I went to the folder to try to > run the "cvsservice -test" as you asked. > The message that appears is very similar to the last one. > It states: "This application has failed to start because > MSVCP71.dll was not found. Re-installing the application > may fix this problem". The MSVCP71.dll should be in d:\Program Files\Common Files\March Hare Software Ltd (drive may vary depending on where you installed it of course). CVSNT finds it using these registry entries: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\March Hare Software Ltd\SmartLoader] "SearchPath"="D:\\Program Files\\CVSNT\\CVSNT Tools\\;D:\\Program Files\\Common Files\\March Hare Software Ltd\\" "LoaderPath"="D:\\Program Files\\Common Files\\March Hare Software Ltd\\" Can you check the file and registry settings exist? Regards, Arthur Barrett