When opening Toolkit 6, you might see: "Error 3041 Can't open library from earlier version"
To date, we have seen only a handful of reports of this error. In one case the member was having other problems with his computer, and re-formatted the drive. In another, the member got fed up with Windows 8, and reverted to Windows 7, and has not reported the error.
As of this writing (06/26/14), we have not seen a 100% reliable solution to this error. The following steps have helped some members, but if they do not, we would suggest to try Toolkit on another computer if possible.
Make sure that your copy of Windows is up to date:
For steps on how to do this, see the 'Do I need to check for updates topic at: https://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/windows-update-faq
Register a set of .dll files:
1. Bring up a command prompt in admin mode:
In Windows 8:
a. Right-click at the very bottom left hand corner of the computer screen.
b. From the menu that comes up, left-click on ' Command Prompt (Admin) '.
In Windows 7:
a. Click the Start button, and in the search box at the bottom of the list of programs, type ' command prompt ' without the quotes.
b. Right-click the listing for Command prompt when it shows up in the list, and then left click ' Run as administrator '
2. If you have a 64-bit copy of Windows, Type: cd \windows\syswow64 and then click Enter on the keyboard to switch to the system directory, if it is not already in that directory.
If you have a 32-bit system, or are not certain, start by typing cd \windows and then clicking Enter.
3. From the system directory, type the following and press ENTER after each:
After each one you should get a message that says "DllRegisterServer succeeded..."
When this is complete, re-start the computer, and try Toolkit again.