gpzbc wrote:It sounds like you need to register your dll.
a. Open command prompt by typing cmd.exe into start menu.
b. right-click on the command prompt shortcut and select "Run as administrator"
c. Input this command: regsvr32 "C:\Program Files\MediaMonkey\Scripts\XZip.dll" (note this will be different if you are on Win 64 bit)
Hopefully that solves your problem. But post back if it doesn't.
Guest wrote:Tahnks, it was all the problem, its working now
MusicBringer wrote:gpzbc, you beat me with the answer
I'm glad you did, coz I would never have written it as well as you did.
Well Done gpzbc
trixmoto wrote:Thanks, I'm glad you like the script. That's weird, do you get any errors?
SenseMaker2010 wrote:I didn't get any error messages... I wondered, too. I have re-checked. And must admit, it was my mistake. I set a path for the ZIP using a disc which was exclusively setup for backupping, so no "rights to write". Sorry for the inconvenience
Error: Permission denied
Source: Microsoft VBScript runtime error
trixmoto wrote:Sorry, for some reason I never spotted this last post. "Permission denied" usually means the OS or some sort of antivirus software blocked the script from executing - unfortunately there's nothing I can do to work around that, but it seems strange that it only happens occasionally.
trixmoto wrote:but it seems strange that it only happens occasionally.
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