KielL wrote: »
I just booted my XP instance in VirtualBox to try the same thing, except it seems www.amx.com isn't coming up now (DNS problems?). Oh well, at least I got the Wcry security patch installed.
John Nagy wrote: »
Don't cheer too much, you are likely to find sudden crashes when you cut and paste rows or hex.
MLaletas wrote: »
Finally got a new laptop with Windows 10 so I am finally up to date now. Needed to modify IR of course shortly after and I knew the problems that this could cause. So I downloaded IR system files, in compatibility mode I set to xp sp3, and enabled administrator. Did the same with IRedit and it worked, so yay.
Got a new Laptop, Windows 11... Tried to install IREDit as Administrator and in Mode XP SP2. No success.
But it got installed with the following procedure:
Windows 8.1 and higher doesn't support .NET 1.1 framework, which is required for IREdit.
Instead of using the IREditSystemFiles Setup (which will install, but will not be detected by IREditSetup later..), you have to install .NET 1.1 manually.
The procedure I got IREdit installed, is based on this guide:https://techjourney.net/install-microsoft-net-framework-1-1-on-windows-10-8-7-vista-fix-regsvcs-exe-error/
in cmd shell (w/o the < >): <dotnetfxsp1.exe /Xp:C:\DotNet\netfxsp.msp>
-> This I did not get executed in my setup. But I got IREdit installed anyway, ignoring this step
execute netfx.msi, let it run.
After this procedure, IREditSetup.exe could be launched and will install IREdit.
-> and it's not only installing, it also works :-)
Seems the .NET files are take down by MS....
I have uploaded an archive with the required files in this thread on October 12, 2022:https://proforums.harman.com/amx/discussion/138626/iredit-installation-problems
Thanks Marc, quite the project to get it done.
I suggest you or someone improve your instructions and remove the reliance on the link to the steps listed at the Techjourney web site... which might change or move or otherwise 404 just when someone needs it. I'd write it but I don't have a W11 machine to test the steps.
The archive contains also a word document with the stuff from the website. The files linked to the Microsoft website are contained and already renamed in the archive. So you just have to create the folder c:\DotNet they refer, and follow the additional steps for the cmd shell.
I added this in the thread I posted the link earlier.