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    Michael Bacon
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    @michaelbacon

    Hi! I followed Nailbuster’s guide in the wiki, but when I run PUPDMDControl_Register.bat, I get the following error:

    PUPDMDControl.exe – System Error
    The code execution cannot proceed because dmddevice.dll was not found. Reinstalling the program may fix this problem.

    What should I do?

    #211667
    NailBuster
    Moderator
    @nailbuster
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    rewatch the install video again… you’re not copying files into the correct locations.

    #211682
    Michael Bacon
    Participant
    @michaelbacon

    I just watched the video again (4th time) and I can’t see what I did wrong. Here’s my VpinMAME folder.

    UpR8Wm2

    #211686
    NailBuster
    Moderator
    @nailbuster
    ModeratorMember

    you shouldn’t run anything as-admin.  so take that off of dmd control exe.

    where is the batch file to register?  same location as the pupdmd control.exe?

     

     

    #211687
    Michael Bacon
    Participant
    @michaelbacon

    I removed the run as admin checkmark.

    And yes, the bat file is in the same folder. I rearranged the icons to make this new screenshot more readable (and actually even include all of the relevant info, I think.)

     

     

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    #211689
    Michael Bacon
    Participant
    @michaelbacon

    Running the bat file again after removing admin privilege generated errors displayed in the CMD prompt.

    First: “System error 5 has occurred. Access is denied.”

    Then, in a different CMD prompt window:
    “There are no entries in the list” appears alongside a normal windows error message that says

    “PUPDMDControl.exe – Application Error
    The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b). Click OK to close the application.”

    #211691
    NailBuster
    Moderator
    @nailbuster
    ModeratorMember

    very strange…. all i can think of is perhaps you have some ‘blocked’ files.  check all the exes/dlls and see if windows has them blocked?

    you can try and edit the batch to just have the line (run batch as admin once)

    "PUPDMDControl.exe" /regserver

    pause

    and see if it gives you any more info

     

    #211693
    Michael Bacon
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    @michaelbacon

    I did as you suggested above. I found what seems like at least part of the problem. It’s trying to run in /windows32/ for some reason.

    EDIT: Forgot to say I checked every .dll and .exe in the directory. They’re all unblocked.

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