RSLINX problem with XPe

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Roberto Cortiana

Hello.
I've a problem with RSLINX, a rockwell software that provide the
communication between PC and PLC.
I'm not able to set ETHERNET driver communication with my XP embedded image,
while in XP PRO it works correctly ( i think that some component is
missing) .
Anyone of this newsgroup had similar problem?
Thank-you very much
Roby.

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Roberto,

Make sure to:
- Satisfy all the driver dependencies. Start with Dependency Walker to analyze the binaries.
- Check out SetupApi.log file to see why the driver installation failed.

It'd also help if you mentioned what errors you saw, how you included the driver to your image (componentazed or else).

Please also follow the link to read some tips on the componentization of 3rd party drivers:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/embedded/community/community/tips/xp/thrdprty/default.aspx
 
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Roberto Cortiana

Thank-you KM.

i used Dependency walker and i've found missing dll rpcns4.dll.
I've included "RPC Named Service" in my image and now it works fine
Thank-you again. Bye
Roby.


KM said:
Roberto,

Make sure to:
- Satisfy all the driver dependencies. Start with Dependency Walker to analyze the binaries.
- Check out SetupApi.log file to see why the driver installation failed.

It'd also help if you mentioned what errors you saw, how you included the
driver to your image (componentazed or else).
 

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