QUOTE (cdanr @ Jul 14 2005, 23:35)
SUCCESS at last!
I wasn't able to revert to a prior version of IconPackager but I visited the Stardock support groups and noticed someone in there having problems with compatibility between IconPackager and Visual Studio recommended unregistering the iprepair.dll.
from the start --> run (or a command prompt) type:
regsvr32 /u iprepair.dll
and all will be good again.
I did this and AT LAST MP3Tag is back again!
Thank you all very much for your help and for pointing me in the right direction with Iconpackager.
I did have the 3.00 version archived, but reverting to it didn't seem to fix the problem. I even uninstalled it first. Maybe it doesn't remove the iprepair.dll (or at least didn't in my case.) Unregistering the iprepair.dll did it for me too! Thanks for the tip! :slight_smile:
As for restoring previous versions from Stardock Central... If you don't have auto archive turned on, you can still manually archive your apps. Select "Archive Application" from either the File Menu or by right clicking on an app. To restore an archive, select "Restore" from either of the same two locations. I try to keep my apps archived in case of a problem with them crashing, etc. so I can revert. Supposedly you can archive an app on one machine and restore it on another with a copy of Stardock on it. I don't know whether it has to have the same license number though. I am going to try to back down to 3.00 on my home machine also to fix the incompatability with MP3Tag and see if it works there.