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HELP File (F1) Not Working?

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I have scite and autoit installed at my office and it works fine, but when I work on script at home and need the help file, I keep getting this error when I try to use the scite pulldown?

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Autoit3Help.exe - Entry Point Not Found

(X) The procedure entry point GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library PSAPI.DLL

[ OK ]

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Thanks for any help,

inov8iv

Edited by inov8iv

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hmm i just got that error message today aswell. I just restarted scite and it worked fine. Do you have any scripts running when you try to use it?

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No other scripts sometimes and some sometimes, but the help has never worked from home for me.

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I think that, in this case, you got that error because the text "GetProcessImageFileNameW" was selected. When you open the helpfile from SciTe, it will try to search for the text that is selected. It happened to me when I had all my script selected once.

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

I think that, in this case, you got that error because the text "GetProcessImageFileNameW" was selected. When you open the helpfile from SciTe, it will try to search for the text that is selected. It happened to me when I had all my script selected once.

Doubt that is the issue. My guess would be that there are multiple PSAPI.DLL on the PC that are different versions causing compatibility problems like this ... Edited by JdeB

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That was the issue on my computer.

PSAPI.DLL was version 4.0 in the AutoIT folder.

PSAPI.DLL was version 5.x in the Windows folder.

Copied the 5.x version to the AutoIT folder. Works perfectly now. :)

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