I have C# application which is using C# DLL named [url removed, login to view] and, in turn, using it as wrapper to [url removed, login to view] At my system (XP-SP2, VS2005 Pro) I was able to build application and run it after I copied manually [url removed, login to view] into app folder. My client have Windows 7, also tried to run app on XP (not sure about SP version), but at his computer exe terminated because DLL is not found. Of course he also have both DLLs at app folder. I need to know what is the reason for such a weird problem, whole project with DLLs and sources available for evaluation here: [url removed, login to view] p.s. should work under Visual Studio 2005, .NET 2.0
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So far no suggestions helped to solve the problem: 1) Building as Release leads to the same problem 2) Copying to Windows-System32 folder not work (dll not found anyways) 3) Regsvr32 says that the dlls (both of them) cannot be registered
C# Visual Studio 2005, .NET 2.0