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Ezdok Installation problems on Windows 7

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HELP PLEASE!!!

 

Just purchased EZDOK for FSX and its driving me nuts!!

 

Spent all evening trying to install the software and it refuses to run!

I have installed and reinstalled several times and I get the following error message:

When I run the EZCA Configurator (ezca config.exe), I go under 'Options' in the menu bar, select "Registry Components", and get this error messages:

 

RegSvr32 - The module "dx8vb.dll" was loaded but the call to DLLRegisterServer failed with error code 0x80070005

 

RegSvr32 - The module "dx8vb.dll" was loaded but the call to DLLRegisterServer failed with error code 0x80040201

 

I have searched and downloaded the permissions fix from Microsoft but this wont work. I have also run everything as "Administrator" and that doesn't help either. I have watched several Youtube installation videos and they just show working installs.

I have 2 main drives:

 

C: which is O/S
I: Which holds ONLY my FSX files

 

None of the install instructions tell you where Ezdok should be installed ?

My system is: Chillblast Fusion running Windows 7 Home premium 64 bit

i7-4790K
NVIDIA GTX780 3GB
16GB ram
C: drive = 250Gb SSD
I: drive = 2TB SSHD

 

Perhaps someone could help me with this install ? Please note I am not a programmer so keep it simple please

 

Regards

 

Ian

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Apologize for moving this from the Help Using the AVSIM Forums Forum to the Crash to Desktop (CTD) Forum but think the FSX Forum is the best place for you to find an answer to this problem.

 

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