Problems with Autoroute Express 2003
obc at toast.net
Fri Apr 16 21:37:31 CDT 2004
With respect to install issues, as a general rule, I start with a fresh,
known functional wine install (latest version usually) with a fake win dir.
Then I install msi (InstalMsiA.exe) and then install the application of
interest. It usually works thru install. App functionality will based on
watching wine(dbg) feedback in a console to find out if native or builtin
dll's are best (somewhat trial and error) and if any API's are called that
are not yet fully implemented.
Hope this helps
> Sorry for sending this mail to maillinglist and newsgroup, but I want be
> shure, that as much as possible wine-users are reading this an perhaps
> someone has a clou for me.
> I am very new to wine, but tried nearly everything to get MS Autroute
> Express 2003 to run.
> (I need this Program for work, have to drive much and afaik it is the only
> map program, which can zoom to city maps for even for the smallest
> First I tried to install the program with wine (wine setup.exe) but it
> didn't work, some mysterious errormessage and quit.
> Then I copied the installed folder from a windows-computer to my
> course into my virtual c drive) and tried again hmmm now i got the
> errormessage from wine, that some dlls where missing.
> No problem, I thought. copied the DLLs to the right folder, changed the
> in the wincfg and FINALY.........
> It didn't work:-)
> Now I got the errormessage (a WindowsMSG Box ), that the program was not
> correctly installed, so the registry entrys were missing.
> I copied every registry key, which had something to do with autoroute,
> from the WindowsPC, and tried again...
> And again... the thing won't work... But no DLLs were missing, no wine
> error... simply this message...
> Has someone a clou, how I can get rid of this?
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