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  #1  
Old April 18th 05, 06:08 AM
Rebecca S
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Im trying to set up the fax feature. My computer is new and came with SP2
pre-installed.

When I try to add fax services from windows components wizard, I get the
message : "Setup cannot copy the file fxsperf.dl_ "

I read in another post that I might need to decompress the files with the
"Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor" but when I try to do that with the files in
the I386 folder I get the message "a required resource cannot be located"

Any Ideas on what I should try next?

thanks
rebecca
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Old April 18th 05, 06:28 PM
Byte
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To enable ZIP folder support run this command: regsvr32 zipfldr.dll.
Restart Windows for the change to take effect.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

Im trying to set up the fax feature. My computer is new and came with SP2
pre-installed.

When I try to add fax services from windows components wizard, I get the
message : "Setup cannot copy the file fxsperf.dl_ "

I read in another post that I might need to decompress the files with the
"Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor" but when I try to do that with the files in
the I386 folder I get the message "a required resource cannot be located"

Any Ideas on what I should try next?

thanks
rebecca

  #3  
Old April 19th 05, 06:09 PM
Rebecca S
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I did that but I'm still getting the same error messages.
any other ideas?
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

To enable ZIP folder support run this command: regsvr32 zipfldr.dll.
Restart Windows for the change to take effect.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

Im trying to set up the fax feature. My computer is new and came with SP2
pre-installed.

When I try to add fax services from windows components wizard, I get the
message : "Setup cannot copy the file fxsperf.dl_ "

I read in another post that I might need to decompress the files with the
"Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor" but when I try to do that with the files in
the I386 folder I get the message "a required resource cannot be located"

Any Ideas on what I should try next?

thanks
rebecca

  #4  
Old April 20th 05, 04:04 PM
Byte
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You can do a Search of your harddrive for the fxsperf.dll file. But, you
should already have a copy of it in: C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386
If it is listed as fxsperf.dl_ that means it is zipped/compressed.
If it is listed as fxsperf.dll then you can copy/paste or drag and drop it.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

I did that but I'm still getting the same error messages.
any other ideas?
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

To enable ZIP folder support run this command: regsvr32 zipfldr.dll.
Restart Windows for the change to take effect.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

Im trying to set up the fax feature. My computer is new and came with SP2
pre-installed.

When I try to add fax services from windows components wizard, I get the
message : "Setup cannot copy the file fxsperf.dl_ "

I read in another post that I might need to decompress the files with the
"Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor" but when I try to do that with the files in
the I386 folder I get the message "a required resource cannot be located"

Any Ideas on what I should try next?

thanks
rebecca

  #5  
Old April 21st 05, 02:24 AM
Rebecca S
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it's a .dl_ file, and I can't get it (or any of them) to decompress.
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

You can do a Search of your harddrive for the fxsperf.dll file. But, you
should already have a copy of it in: C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386
If it is listed as fxsperf.dl_ that means it is zipped/compressed.
If it is listed as fxsperf.dll then you can copy/paste or drag and drop it.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

I did that but I'm still getting the same error messages.
any other ideas?
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

To enable ZIP folder support run this command: regsvr32 zipfldr.dll.
Restart Windows for the change to take effect.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

Im trying to set up the fax feature. My computer is new and came with SP2
pre-installed.

When I try to add fax services from windows components wizard, I get the
message : "Setup cannot copy the file fxsperf.dl_ "

I read in another post that I might need to decompress the files with the
"Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor" but when I try to do that with the files in
the I386 folder I get the message "a required resource cannot be located"

Any Ideas on what I should try next?

thanks
rebecca

  #6  
Old April 28th 05, 10:31 PM
DAVID MURPHY
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1. Click on the Windows Start Menu.

2. Click Run.

3. Type esentutl /p %windir%\security\database\secedit.sdb in the Open
box, and click OK.

4. Install IIS through the Control Panel Add/Remove Windows Components
applet.



And Bob's your uncle



"Rebecca S" wrote in message
...
it's a .dl_ file, and I can't get it (or any of them) to decompress.
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

You can do a Search of your harddrive for the fxsperf.dll file. But, you
should already have a copy of it in: C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386
If it is listed as fxsperf.dl_ that means it is zipped/compressed.
If it is listed as fxsperf.dll then you can copy/paste or drag and drop
it.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

I did that but I'm still getting the same error messages.
any other ideas?
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

To enable ZIP folder support run this command: regsvr32 zipfldr.dll.
Restart Windows for the change to take effect.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

Im trying to set up the fax feature. My computer is new and came
with SP2
pre-installed.

When I try to add fax services from windows components wizard, I
get the
message : "Setup cannot copy the file fxsperf.dl_ "

I read in another post that I might need to decompress the files
with the
"Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor" but when I try to do that with the
files in
the I386 folder I get the message "a required resource cannot be
located"

Any Ideas on what I should try next?

thanks
rebecca



  #7  
Old April 29th 05, 06:54 AM
Rebecca S
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Thank You!!
It's working now.
rebecca

"DAVID MURPHY" wrote:

1. Click on the Windows Start Menu.

2. Click Run.

3. Type esentutl /p %windir%\security\database\secedit.sdb in the Open
box, and click OK.

4. Install IIS through the Control Panel Add/Remove Windows Components
applet.



And Bob's your uncle



"Rebecca S" wrote in message
...
it's a .dl_ file, and I can't get it (or any of them) to decompress.
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

You can do a Search of your harddrive for the fxsperf.dll file. But, you
should already have a copy of it in: C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386
If it is listed as fxsperf.dl_ that means it is zipped/compressed.
If it is listed as fxsperf.dll then you can copy/paste or drag and drop
it.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

I did that but I'm still getting the same error messages.
any other ideas?
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

To enable ZIP folder support run this command: regsvr32 zipfldr.dll.
Restart Windows for the change to take effect.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

Im trying to set up the fax feature. My computer is new and came
with SP2
pre-installed.

When I try to add fax services from windows components wizard, I
get the
message : "Setup cannot copy the file fxsperf.dl_ "

I read in another post that I might need to decompress the files
with the
"Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor" but when I try to do that with the
files in
the I386 folder I get the message "a required resource cannot be
located"

Any Ideas on what I should try next?

thanks
rebecca




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Old May 5th 06, 09:52 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
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thank you great help

"DAVID MURPHY" wrote:

1. Click on the Windows Start Menu.

2. Click Run.

3. Type esentutl /p %windir%\security\database\secedit.sdb in the Open
box, and click OK.

4. Install IIS through the Control Panel Add/Remove Windows Components
applet.



And Bob's your uncle



"Rebecca S" wrote in message
...
it's a .dl_ file, and I can't get it (or any of them) to decompress.
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

You can do a Search of your harddrive for the fxsperf.dll file. But, you
should already have a copy of it in: C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386
If it is listed as fxsperf.dl_ that means it is zipped/compressed.
If it is listed as fxsperf.dll then you can copy/paste or drag and drop
it.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

I did that but I'm still getting the same error messages.
any other ideas?
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

To enable ZIP folder support run this command: regsvr32 zipfldr.dll.
Restart Windows for the change to take effect.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

Im trying to set up the fax feature. My computer is new and came
with SP2
pre-installed.

When I try to add fax services from windows components wizard, I
get the
message : "Setup cannot copy the file fxsperf.dl_ "

I read in another post that I might need to decompress the files
with the
"Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor" but when I try to do that with the
files in
the I386 folder I get the message "a required resource cannot be
located"

Any Ideas on what I should try next?

thanks
rebecca




  #9  
Old March 14th 17, 06:42 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
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DAVID MURPHY於 2005年4月29日星期五 UTC+8上午5時31分11秒寫道:
1. Click on the Windows Start Menu.

2. Click Run.

3. Type esentutl /p %windir%\security\database\secedit.sdb in the Open
box, and click OK.

4. Install IIS through the Control Panel Add/Remove Windows Components
applet.



And Bob's your uncle



"Rebecca S" wrote in message
...
it's a .dl_ file, and I can't get it (or any of them) to decompress.
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

You can do a Search of your harddrive for the fxsperf.dll file. But, you
should already have a copy of it in: C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386
If it is listed as fxsperf.dl_ that means it is zipped/compressed.
If it is listed as fxsperf.dll then you can copy/paste or drag and drop
it.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

I did that but I'm still getting the same error messages.
any other ideas?
rebecca

"Byte" wrote:

To enable ZIP folder support run this command: regsvr32 zipfldr.dll.
Restart Windows for the change to take effect.

"Rebecca S" wrote:

Im trying to set up the fax feature. My computer is new and came
with SP2
pre-installed.

When I try to add fax services from windows components wizard, I
get the
message : "Setup cannot copy the file fxsperf.dl_ "

I read in another post that I might need to decompress the files
with the
"Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor" but when I try to do that with the
files in
the I386 folder I get the message "a required resource cannot be
located"

Any Ideas on what I should try next?

thanks
rebecca



Thanks a lot!!
It still works on Windows Server 2003 R2.
 




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