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    Asymetrix ToolBook Runtime

    Hi To All,

    After successfully completing the download and installation of GD&T software, which is an geometric dimensioning & tolerancing training package, I attempted to launch the program and got "This executable requires Asymetrix Toolbook Runtime, please make sure these files are installed and in the path"

    Before downloading this package I'd like to know a little more, not much detail on the web, does anyone have any experience with this matter?

    Thank you...
    Marty

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojave1 View Post
    Hi To All,

    After successfully completing the download and installation of GD&T software, which is an geometric dimensioning & tolerancing training package, I attempted to launch the program and got "This executable requires Asymetrix Toolbook Runtime, please make sure these files are installed and in the path"

    Marty
    Marty,
    Hello... You say that you have completed the download "exe" and received the error message... I don't know anything about GD&T software... Just an idea... Most times that i have "downloaded a software package " all the is required is usually included with the download ... But, when i have attempted to "run the .exe" and get "that message", it has to do with "ownership" of the folder that the program is trying to access. If you do not have permission ( running as an administrator ) or taking "ownership" of the folder in that path, i would get a similar message. Check and find the "path" usually a "temp folder " (C:>Users>Your PC name>AppData>Local>Temp) and see if the file is actually there . Post back with more details.... Regards Fred
    Last edited by Just Plain Fred; 2011-01-23 at 17:05.
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