Graphstudio & windows 7

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  1. SitheSly

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    Hi all,

    Has anyone got the 'connect to remote graph' function of Graphstudio working under win 7? I know you had to register 'proppage' under vista, but this does not work for me under w7. I have read on google somewhere... that proppage is not needed in w7 but that was for another app.

    It works with 'render media file' but not sure if what i'm seeing here is the same as when using the MP's internal player.



    Cheers

    Si
     
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    To answer my own question, well the answer was put in the SAF thread, but as there was at least 2 of us needing to know this answer i thought i would copy / paste the answer here.


    The answer posted by Sjeffery "SAF post number #2293"


    you need proppage.dll
    if you are running 32bit OS, copy the file to windows\system32, then do a regsvr32 proppage.dll from there
    if you are running 64bit OS, copy the file to windows\sysWow64, then do a regsvr32 proppage.dll from there

    So thanks to Sjeffery.
     
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    proppage here: https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...quently-asked-questions-faq-53790/#post502062
     
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