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    MSVCR110.dll missing?

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    I just tried to install the new nlite from 3.9.2 and when I try to launch nlite, I am getting a msvcr110.dll missing message - what did I do wrong?

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    I've updated the package to include this, and others you may be missing. Can you try it again and let me know? http://www.nextpvr.com/nlite-win32.zip

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    Yeah, the updated package seems to work - thanks!

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    One more thing. Nlite does work, however, when it is launched a command window is opened and information is continuously scrolling in thate window - it appears to be log data. Is this expected behavior?

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    Yes try this

    nllite 2>nul 1>nul

    Martin

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    Yes, thanks, I am already doing something similar. Since this is my first venture with nlite, I am trying to gauge what is expected and what is not.

    BTW, Martin, when do you expect to release the next version of X-NEWA?

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    I released the beta earlier just waiting for comments.

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2leftfeet View Post
    One more thing. Nlite does work, however, when it is launched a command window is opened and information is continuously scrolling in thate window - it appears to be log data. Is this expected behavior?
    Yes, this is normal for now. Just ignore the command prompt.

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