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adc1032.dll

Post by Bob Mehew » Sat Jun 29, 2013 8:11 pm

I am trying to run both Picoscope 6 (with my 4424) and Picoscope v5.20.8 (with my 200) on a lap top, though (not yet) at the same time. I am getting a curious message that Picoscope v5.20.8 can't load because "The file adc1032.dll failed to load correctly". But Picolog v5.20.8 runs OK in this set up. I have tried to repair the program but the installer gets so far and then just rolls back the installation. I have also deleted and reinstalled both programs. Any suggestions to solve this? I am sure I did this a while back when the demand arose previously for 5 channels.

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Re: adc1032.dll

Post by Hitesh » Mon Jul 01, 2013 11:08 am

Hi Bob,

Which operating system are you using? Is it a 32 or 64-bit version?

When you installed the PicoScope 5.20.8 software, did you tick the option to install for other devices?

Have you tried installing PicoScope 5.21.2? It's worth confirming if the adc1032.dll is present in the PicoScope installation directory.

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Re: adc1032.dll

Post by Bob Mehew » Wed Jul 03, 2013 4:49 pm

I am running a 32bit machine using Windows XP plus SP3.

I ticked the box but got no option to select a second device. It just went straight on to load the software.

I uninstalled 5.20.8 and tried installing 5.21.2 but all that happened was the installed ran through to some point and then rolled back leaving me with no installation. I have tried to reinstall 5.20.8 but that now just rolls back so I can't check if adc1032.dll is present.

sorry, that is a step backwards.

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Re: adc1032.dll

Post by Hitesh » Thu Jul 04, 2013 9:45 am

Hi Bob,

It looks as though there is a glitch with the software install relating to the parallel port.

In the Windows Device Manager, please disable the Parallel Port. Next, reboot the PC and then install PicoScope 5.21.2.

You can then renable the parallel port once the software has been installed.

The screen I was referring to should look like this:
Select_Device_Installer_dialog.PNG
Installer dialog.
I hope this helps.
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Re: adc1032.dll

Post by Bob Mehew » Thu Jul 04, 2013 12:00 pm

many thanks for the advice which worked!

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