View Full Version : can't find ilcor10.dll
09 September 2003, 06:05 AM
I've downloaded the winXP ver. of EXP and install SI SXI EXP (latest) but when i try run the SXI.bat, file SI won't start, the command window closes and nothing??? when i run the SXI.exe, it can't find 'ilcor10.dll
Ilcor10.dll is on my system though.
Maybe it won't run on a dual athlon system, I don't know. What I found most disconcerting is the fact that in their forum, another user had the same problem and ask for a solution on 9/9/2003. No answer. That is not a good sign at all. Is this the lengendary Softimage support?
09 September 2003, 09:40 AM
What forum would that be? I suggest that you either e-mail this to the XSI list or send a letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember that they don't usually have the time to read postings on forums like this one. If you e-mail the support I can promise you that you will get an answer.
09 September 2003, 10:22 AM
Sounds like your system is screwing something up... I ran EXP on my XPpro dual Athlon system without problems...
09 September 2003, 01:34 PM
Originally posted by MJV
but when i try run the SXI.bat, file SI won't start, the command window closes and nothing??? when i run the SXI.exe, it can't find 'ilcor10.dll
Huh? Sorry but I think you are trying to run the wrong thing. It should be XSI.exe, not XSI.bat. Unless I misunderstood you....
09 September 2003, 03:41 PM
I had the same problem way back with version 3 and for sure you have something screwed up either in your system or in SIXSI installation. The reason is that your environment variables are set incorrectly - at startup, xsi chooses what kind of platform are you on - p4 or p3/athlon and loads the corresponding ilcor10.dll and mental ray library (you have two versions).
Solution: run runonce.bat file in your bin directory again to re-register the modules. Then run xsi.bat again and the application will start (assuming you haven't messed up setenv.bat file)
If that doesn't help reinstall everything (deleting Softimage registry keys)
Cheers, hope it helps
09 September 2003, 01:32 AM
Thank you A&K, that did the trick.
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