Subject Re: [IBO] Installation problem - Nag screen
Author sgharp
--- In, Helen Borrie <helebor@t...> wrote:
> At 09:46 PM 14/07/2004 +0000, you wrote:
> >Hi All,
> >
> >I'm having trouble getting rid of the nag screen used by the un-
> >registered version (4x). Here are the steps I took to install.
> >
> >1. downloaded registered version from the download section of
> >
> >2. removed packages from Delphi 7 pallett
> >3. renamed old IBO installation folder
> >4. created new IBO folder
> >5. un-zipIBO_4_3_A.Zip and IBO_4_3_Aa.Zip into new IBO folder
> >6. deleted all old IBO*.BPL files from C:\Program
> >Files\Borland\Delphi7\Projects\Bpl
> >7. opened IOB40_D7.bpg and did a build all
> >8. right clicked all design time packages and installed
> >
> >I had no errors with any of this.
> >
> >Since the installation, I've built a project using the new stuff
> >then, after closing Delphi, I still get the nag screen when
> >the application.
> >
> >What could I have missed?
> Check your hard disk for any stray BPL files, e.g. in the system
dir. If
> you're still getting the nag screen on a freshly compiled project,
then for
> sure the compiler is linking those eval packages from somewhere...
> As a reality check, look at the dates on the BPL and DCP files;
and also on
> the EXE that you're running.
> Helen

Ok. Now I've deleted everything IBO from my disk and done a
completely new download. I've done a search for IBO*.bpl and
removed everything (even stuff in archives). I rebuilt the BPLs
with the newly downloaded source and check the timestamp on
everything. I then did another search of my drive to make sure no
old files exist. I've deleted all DCU files for my project to force
a full compile. I still get the nag screen. Is it possible that
the wrong stuff got put up on your server? I'm downloading from Is there another place?