Have problems running AceKard_skin_editor on Windows 7 64bit

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  1. galaec
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    Newcomer galaec Member

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    Hey, I am trying my hand at making skins again but I seem to be getting an error about "MSINET.OCX" about it not being registered or a missing or invalid file. What does this mean and how can I fix it? Does it have to do with windows 7?
     
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    I use AKEdit myself in win7 64-bit with no problems except for the bug that makes the app not recognize if you've already converted you bitmaps to 16-bit color.

    Wild guess, you need to install framework for .NET, though I have no idea what version you'd need. try looking for a Readme file or something for your skin editor
     
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    Member tk_saturn GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Based on the title of the thread, the op is using AceKard_skin_editorV1.01 from the Acekard website and not Dan Taylor's AK Edit

    Perhaps the OP should try akedit instead? http://www.mediafire.com/?kwtjajw353t
     
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    Newcomer galaec Member

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    I am using the latest version of skin editor and I would rather not use akedit at this stage.
     
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    If you aren't already, you need to run it as administrator (at least that is what got it working for me on Vista)...maybe the right-click option or something
     
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    Start -> type 'cmd' -> right click 'cmd.exe' -> Run as Admin
    Navigate to your AceKard_Skin_Editor folder -- e.g. C:\Users\\Desktop\AceKardSkinEditor\
    Then type the following for each OCX error:CODERegsvr32 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/146219


    But to be honest... I'd say give up on AceKard_Skin_Editor.

    Once you get past all the OCX errors (there's about 7 files you need to register), you'll get into another error where you don't have permission to use a file because of an invalid/oudated(?) license.
     

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