# PACKAGE LOAD FAILURE

I have VS2005 Pro

The error occurs the momment i start up VS.

This started after I uninstalled the Trial version and installed the full version of mysqldirect .net v 4.2 team.

I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling numereous times checking and unchecking boxes but i still get the error.

How do i fix this?

and my collegue is having the same exact issue on her computer.
woolf2k

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Please create a text file called fix.reg with the following content:
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`Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\8.0\Packages\{56ECB50E-9170-472e-8EED-67E016185FAB}]@="CoreLab.MySql.Vs.MySqlDataProviderPackage""Class"="CoreLab.MySql.Vs.MySqlDataProviderPackage""CodeBase"="C:\Program Files\CoreLab\MyDirect.NET2\CoreLab.MySql.Vs.dll""InprocServer32"="C:\WINDOWS\system32\mscoree.dll""Assembly"="CoreLab.MySql.Vs, Version=4.20.17.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=09af7300eec23701""CompanyName"="Core Lab Software Development""ProductName"="MySQLDirect .NET""ProductVersion"="4.00""MinEdition"="Standard""ID"=dword:000003ee`

Execute it. Then fire "devenv /resetskippkgs" from the command line.
Last edited by Alexey on Mon 03 Sep 2007 07:24, edited 1 time in total.
Alexey

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I have VS 2005 Standard installed with 4.20.17.0 and get the same error message, applied the suggested fix above but did not seem to help.
cglock

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Trying to get this nuisance taken care of I forgot to check the drive letters listed in the fix.
cglock

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Hi,

I get the same problem after upgrading from v4.0.13 Pro to 4.20.17 Pro with VS2005 Pro.

Checked the registry and the settings are as per reg example (with exception of drive paths).

Tried the suggested fix (with drive changes) and devenv /resetskippkgs but same problem.

For now I have uninstalled 420.17.0 and went back to 4.0.13.0 and all is OK.
capt_henry

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cglock wrote:Trying to get this nuisance taken care of I forgot to check the drive letters listed in the fix.
So the problem doesn't persist anymore?
Alexey

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The above registry patch fixed the problem for me as well - thanks! :)
Vic D'Elfant

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The Patch Worked for me also!!

Thank you for the prompt reply.
BobMc

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Joined: Tue 24 Apr 2007 20:52

thank you. It appears like that patch worked.
woolf2k

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You are welcome.
Alexey

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