Cannot Load Assembly Hp Connection Manager
Go to Start2. In this case, it is most likely HP Hotkey Support. ___I am an HP employee.• Say thanks by clicking the 'Thumbs Up' button on the left• Make it easier for other Control Panel3. Triggers do generally work in the most useful way. Source
If you think you have received a fake HP Support message, please report it to us by clicking on the blue “Report Inappropriate Content” button above the message. Since all versions are backward >>> compatible, I was liking Richard's suggestion to get the >>> latest-and-greatest DLL everywhere, but the DLLs for the two conflicting >>> programs aren't even present. MSI (s) (3C:E8) [10:56:39:444]: Attempting to delete file C:\Windows\Installer\654d.mst MSI (s) (3C:E8) [10:56:39:444]: Unable to delete the file. It did the job.Mike0 Replyfaraz05 StudentPosts: 1Registered: 07-13-2012 Message 4 of 6 (7,888 Views)Report Inappropriate ContentRe: HP connection managerOptions07-13-2012 04:36 PM I also have same problem but your solution is perfect. https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Wireless-and-Networking/HP-connection-manager-exe-cannot-load-assembly-system-data/td-p/1374723
I fuss and fuss that >> applications should statically link their preferred version of SQLite so >> that this kind of thing won't happen, but nobody pays me much mind. Then click on RunRestart your computer after you have completed the above steps. But that's because of the next point, where we disagree completely. > But the important thing is to trim anything you've quoted to just the useful bits.
My pleasure. A couple of other possibly worthy tidbits: (1) I ran a DLL report before and after attempting the CM install. I would argue that those are "useful bits" of this thread. First Time Here?
I will >> >> try your suggestion then and will post the results to the group. Does it still make sense to copy it into this directory, where
contains > both managed & native code) in differing versions for x86 versus x64 , > I wonder if HP meant TurboTax was using, for example, an x86 flavor of > http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp54501-55000/sp54620.exe2. Save it on the desktop4. Thanks, Joe > > -------- Original Message -------- > Subject: Re: [sqlite] Incompatible versions of SQLite on same system > From: Joe Winograd <[hidden email]> > To: General Discussion of SQLite
I find that hard to believe, >>>> as >>>> SQLite would not be a viable product if this were the case. But the important thing is to trim anything you've quoted to just the useful bits. Reply 0 0 rs321 Student Posts: 1 Member Since: 05-11-2013 Message 6 of 10 (27,823 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP connection manager Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to I suspect what is happening here is that HP >>> Connection Manager is using newer features of SQLite that did not exist >>> in >>> the older version of SQLite that
Click on save3. this contact form Thanks Reply 0 0 tonynorthy Student Posts: 1 Member Since: 01-26-2013 Message 5 of 10 (30,441 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP connection manager Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe I don't really mind top or bottom post. windows-7 windows share|improve this question edited Aug 8 at 20:41 Hennes 51.4k777122 asked Jun 21 '14 at 9:45 Lynob 1,280102653 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote
Thanks0 Replytonynorthy StudentPosts: 1Registered: 01-26-2013 Message 5 of 6 (3,281 Views)Report Inappropriate ContentRe: HP connection managerOptions01-26-2013 04:06 AM Tried this solution to no avail. What is theproduct number for your notebookThank you, Please click “Accept as Solution ” if you feel my post solved your issue.Click the “Kudos Thumbs Up" on the right to say You may have to restart again. have a peek here Then you might have to turn off safe DLL mode to find the correct DLL unless you remove the system one.
We don't need to see every single post to the thread every time someone adds a new post. Return value 3. Reply 0 0 AnonymousOne Top Student Posts: 8 Member Since: 10-22-2013 Message 10 of 10 (16,957 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP connection manager Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe
There are many programs that use SQLite - are all of them subject to this incompatibility issue?
As you can tell, I'm rather fond of top-posting. A member should be able to jump into a thread and easily review the whole issue in one email. Regards, Joe >> > All: What was it I was saying just the other day about statically > linking??? > > Joe: SQLite is always backwards compatible. SQLite is (deliberately designed to be) tiny.
I recommend that you install the .Net software before you install the HP software framework.The framework provides a common set of software interfaces that centralize and simplify access to hardware, BIOS It also helps if you post your operating system. Yes, I've ready many of the arguments why bottom-posting is better – I simply don't buy it. http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-load/cannot-load-file-or-assembly-c.html View solution in context Reply 1 1 Everyone's Tags: connection manager ver…I have a Pavilion dm1z-… View All (2) MzMassey Tutor Posts: 1 Member Since: 03-19-2012 Message 2 of 10 (35,591
Just my humble, of course. I don't either, but it really should be one or the other; otherwise, you're jumping up and down to follow a thread. I installed all the drivers I could find here. HP provides an app called the Connection Manager that allows you to control the status of the wired, wireless, and Bluetooth connections (it uses SQLite).
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