I was able to get Codewarrior 5.9.0 for HCS12(X) Microcontrollers running on Windows 7 x64 using the following steps. It was such a pain to get working that I decided to share with the community. Please note that I have experienced instability with this setup, but it generally works ok. It seems to be faster than running Codewarrior for HCS12(X) on Windows Virtual PC in Win XP Mode. (Some of these steps were borrowed from a previous post.)
1) Install the p&e drivers version 10 from:
This includes drivers for all windows versions and windows 7 x86 and x64 too !!!
2) Copy from win32 intalled CodeWarrior (like xp 32bits) from Program Files\FrescaleCodeWarrior for S12(X) V5.0 to the c:\Program Files(x86)\Freescale\CodeWarrior for S12(X) V5.0
3) Now, this step is the MOST IMPORTANT:
Look at the file "Mwregsvr.exe" in the c:\Program Files(x86)\Freescale\CodeWarrior for Microcontrollers V6.1\bin and click the right button on this file, then click properties.
Now, in the compatibility tab,set the compatibility to WindowsXp (sp2) and set the checkbox
to run in administrator mode.
Now, click apply button then click OK button.
4) In the same folder, run once the file regservers.bat
When windows ask for the permisions, just click yes everytime.
5) You may want to create a desktop icon at this point.
6) If you have a node locked license, you may need to generate a new license file for the new setup since the Win x64 will have a different MAC address than your donor Win XP install or your Windows Virtual PC in Windows XP mode. See the MyFreescale for how to do this.
7) I could not get my USB Multilink (USB-ML-12E Rev C) to be recognized by the True Time Simulator & Real-Time Debugger, so I contacted PEMicro. They provided me with an updated unit_12z.dll file. Using this file (attached here zipped) to replace all other current versions of this file. (The only version I had was at "C:\Program Files (x86)\Freescale\CodeWarrior for S12(X) V5.0\Prog")
Now everything should work with Win x64.
Hope this helps anyone trying a work around with Win x64.
I've done some tests using 32bit version of Windows 7 (build 7100).
I was able to install and run CodeWarrior v6.2 without any problem.
(Simple project was loaded into MCU flash, stepping, I/O pins control via debugger)
[HCS08 - EVB9S08DZ60 Starter Kit by Softec]
* Full Chip Simulator
* P&E USB Multilink
* Softec HCS08
* HCS08 OpenSource BDM
[CFv1 - PCF51AC256A]
* Full Chip Simulator,
I've installed CW IDE V5.70 HC(s)12 on win 7 64 bit (transfering to a new PC) . I've a dongle licence (FlexId) but the IDE doesnt see the dongle. I've got the latest win 7 drivers (Aladdin) for the dongle and when plugged in the dongle light turns on (no hardware issues).
I've put dongle licence file in the CW folder as well. This worked on an XP 32 bit machine.
Any solutions out there ?? Is it a 32 to 64 bit problem?
I've got a similar problem like Shaun001.
I've installed CW V7.2 on win 7 32bit and the IDE was working with the Evaluation license.
After the Evaluation periode I did install the tool flexLM and the dongle. With the latest drivers for the dongle
the dongle is displayed in the FlexLM Tool and seems to work and the red light on the dongle is on as well.
I was working with CW V6.4 before on a XP 32bit machine with a dongle license.
The IDE doesn't see the dongle although the dongle license file is in the CW folder.
I think it is not a 32/64bit issue.
Any other thoughts?
Anyone tried it on the Windows 7 64-bit?
I'm getting the same problem as when running on Vista 64-bit.
I tried to install Codewarrior on WIN 7 x64 bit Prof. edition, but the only one version that run correctly is Codewarrior V7.1 for Coldfire V2, in this moment i work with MCF52259EVB.
It is not possible to install Codewarrior v6.2 or latest version 6.3 because they are made for win x86 32bit OS, also if you change compatibility on precedent versions.
About driver problem for P&E tool cards I just got a newest driver with XP/Vista/7 32bit and 64 bit support. This driver is very new and isn't available on P&E or Freescale website yet.
But if you need just write me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and i'll reply with the installation file that is 27Mb size.
Thanks for the information.
I've use Win7 32bits version, CodeWarrior 7.1 for Coldfire v2 and CodeWarrior 6.3 for HCS08 can install correctly.
And, I already fixed the problem of USB dongle(that's just a misunderstanding).
Everything works fine, but error when closing CodeWarrior(v6.2). There is application error and I need to kill the process of CodeWarrior IDE using TaskManager.
Anyway, thanks for you informations.
I'm using CW6.2, recently downloaded, on WIN7 RTM 32-bit version of Ultimate, not the RC version (ref:7100). My laptop would not install x64-bit version due to a ROM BIOS issue. Anyway, I'm successfully running on WIN7x32 Ulimate with just one problem, my lack of experience with CW (;-0)).
I have excellent results with the new WIN7 O/S on all fronts. No, I dont work for MS.
The OSBDM driver also works fine. I plugged in my S08QE8 low power eval bd. from Future. The driver is stable and it recognized the eval. bd without issues ( I hate issues).
I'm trying to write an application that reads the temperature sensor on the eval bd. and sends it up to the host via USB serial. I have yet to find any help online. Any suggestions are appreciated.
Sorry for this late response on this thread.
After trying several ways to make CW work on WIN7, I got tired of CW crashing when it talks to hardware ( USB, QE8, BSD, MC13123). I wiped the drive on another system and installed WIN XP Home ed.
This cured the crashing and other issues that wouldn't work even in XP_SP2 compatibility mode under WIN7. I'm using WIN7 on all of my other PCs and love the new O/S. It's the target platform for this project but XP is needed for CW stability.
I'm currently evaluating IAR Workbench as an alternative to CW.
my $0.02 worth!
It sounds like you have a driver issue there. Have you seen this thread? Maybe it will help.
I got application exception all the time when using CW 6.2 or 7.1
This is an example when I try to run my project on win7rc using CW7.1
Faulting application name: IDE.exe, version: 184.108.40.20624, time stamp: 0x4874561c
Faulting module name: kernel32.dll, version: 6.1.7100.0, time stamp: 0x49eea60e
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x00062ac8
Faulting process id: 0x97c
Faulting application start time: 0x01ca879eb95d26be
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Freescale\CodeWarrior for ColdFire V7.1\bin\IDE.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\system32\kernel32.dll
Report Id: f3e27e6f-f392-11de-a3c4-001fd051f679
not only on win7rc, but also on XP
It(CW) crashed often, even I just try to change project option
Is that any fix?
Can any one help me im trying to run Codewarrior 6.2 on my windows 7 and when im trying to create a new project it just gives me an error to see that error, please refer to the picture and the document I HAVE attached below.
I think you need to disable desktop composition. This can be done editing properties of CW IDE.exe shortcut
I've tested CW 6.3 for HCS08 on Win7 prof. 32 bit and Win7 home 32 bit. Everything's working fine (compiling, programming, debugging a MC9S08QG8), but when I close CW I got several error messages on both computers. It is absolutely reproduceable.
Cause of some reason, I'm using Windows7 RC from last week, CW6.2 can run with no problem, but need to be set as 'Windows XP SP3 Compatible" mode.
CodeWarrior 7.1 for ColdFireV2 works too.
But, I got problems. I bought a download version of CodeWarrior BASIC, which version should I download? Evaluation or Special(Free) version?
And, the big problem is, FLEXlm cannot read USB dongle ID. I tried to install latest driver and driver updates. And also try different modes(XP SP3 compatible or run as administrator, etc.), it seems the driver cannot be installed correctly.
Every I run driver installer, it shows driver need to be updated.
I tried for 2 days.
Has any solution?
I HAVE THE SOLUTION !!!!!
I have CW 6.1 working on Windows7 x64 bit version.
Just do the following steps:
2) Copy from win32 intalled CodeWarrior (like xp 32bits) from Program Files\Frescale\CodeWarrior for Microcontrollers V6.1 to the c:\Program Files(x86)\Freescale\CodeWarrior for Microcontrollers V6.1
Look at the file "Mwregsvr.exe" in the c:\Program Files(x86)\Freescale\CodeWarrior for Microcontrollers V6.1\bin and click the right button on this file, then click in properties.
Now, in compatibility tab,set the compatibility in WindowsXp (sp2) and set the checkbox
Now, click in aply button then click in OK(accept) button.
When the windows ask for the permisions, just click yes everytime.
Now, the CW is running on Windows7 x64 !!!!
Jus try with CW 6.2 and 6.3 and tell me !!!
I'm using windows 7 x86 version. CodeWarrior crashes much less after I installed P&E driver 10 for win7.
I've try two days, crash only once.
It seems solved the problem almost.
I have recently switched from XP SP2 to Windows 7 Home Premium. Codewarrior 8 ran fine in XP. However, though I can develop and "Make" in the Win7 environment, when I try to "Run" or "Debug" (depending on the version of the "Make") I get the error "PRC file could not be loaded" followed by "Connection failed". The prc file in fact exists in the "Obj" subfolder of the app and can be loaded and executed in POSE using "Install" and on the physical device using the HotSync Manager, so I can test and distribute but cannot debug.Developing Palm apps is not my primary job function but I am the "Palm guy" in my organization and unfortunately need the debugger!It appears I am missing a setting someplace, but I don't know how to fix it. Any help greatly appreciated.
For the record, we no longer support the Palm developement tools.
Having said that, I will take a stab at what might be the problem. The first issue might be the USB driver--if the Palm tools use that. A lot of the problems with CodeWarrior on Windows 7 seem to be rooted in the USB driver, and that is being looked into.
Second, since it's complaining about the file rather than the USB interface, it might be an access rights issue. WIndows 7 is supposed to have tightened up the privileges on what can access the Program Files folder, and CodeWarrior likes to pick up odds and ends from its CodeWarrior installation directory as it runs. This causes it to butt heads with the operating system. A workaround that I have heard of is to install CodeWarrior outside of the Program Folders directory.
Hope this helps.
Any Idea, by when will codewarrior (for SG8) will officially support windows 7 ? Tried all workarounds and acrobatics possible but couldnt make peace between cw(6.3) and windows 7. To me, my trouble seems to be because of P&E multilink driver issue but P&E guys are pointing fingure at CW.
Awaiting for things to fall in place
I tried the following:
1) Install the p&e drivers version 10
Now, in compatibility tab, set the compatibility in Windows Xp (sp2) and set the checkbox
Now, click in apply button then click in OK(accept) button.
Now the CW6.2 on win7 works although still crash sometimes. But I can not debug since it can not detect the P&E. I powered the target board and both the blue and yellow light of the PE are on. Can any body tell me how to solve this problem?
I think you fogot to post your attachment...
could anyone help me? i have been impeded by this issue for almost 2 months
working good with 6.1 and 7 64-bit
got some multilink issue tho...
Which CW version you use? 7.1 or 6.2/6.3? I use XP compatibility mode with administrator permission for CW 7.1 and 6.3.
Both upgrade to latest version.
CW 7.1 works not so smooth but acceptable.
I have tried using CW 6.2 and CW 6.3. I am running Windows 7 Ultimate x86. I have tried to run the IDE.exe file with administrator permissions in Win XP SP2 and 3 compatibility modes as well as the Regsvr.exe file under the same conditions. I have even tried running both files in Vista compatibility modes as well and I get absolutely no luck whatsoever. I have even tried in XP mode using the Microsoft virtual PC app and now I get licensing issues.
Wow, what I would do for a working solution!
I have that bad experience too. And I also have other problem using P&E USB MultiLink in XP. The MultiLink cannot be detect by windows when I running VirtualBox.
All I can suggest is, try to make the software environment clean and simple. (That's why I reinstall my XP)
As I tested, the USB dongle cannot be used in virtual machine, but I did not try XP mode, I use VirtualBox.
I'm using windows 7 home premium x86 version, installed CodeWarrior 6.3 and 7.1 eval version with 7.1.2a patch. They were installed with XP compatible and administrator permissions. P&E MultiLink driver version 10 installed too.
Cause of node lock license, I installed Flex License manager and dongle driver too.
For these weeks, CW crashed all the time, but it worked better after I installed P&E multilink driver ver 10. ( I'm not try Regsvr.exe cause I'm not using 64bits version)
Hope these do some help with you.
Here comes reports for this week
CodeWarrior 6.3/7.1 crashes all the time
Normally happened when do file access, like reading project file, reading normal files, compiling, linking.....
I try to do alejandrolunadj wrote, run regservers.bat to re-register the files. Hope it's working...
I am trying to do what alejandrolunadj suggested. Have got the IDE to work but facing problem while installing the drivers. I get an error message " can not run x86 build on this utility of x64 platform". This is strange since the drivers from PE micro are meant for x64.
OS: Windows 7 Home premium
Any pointers ?
driver version9 was giving the error.
driver version10 seems to have been installed properly as device manager shows USB multilink2.0.
but multilink fails to be detected by true time debugger. it gives error message "Port: undetected. Disconnect/Connect USB cable. Click refres list"
I am attaching a snap shot of my system
To make the PE micro USB multi link work with Code Worrior 6.1 in Windows 7
-Install the DRIVERS10_install.exe. http://www.pemicro.com/downloads/download_file.cfm?download_id=301
-Copy the PEUSBMGR.dll from C:\Program Files (x86)\PEMicro\Drivers\windriver\redist to the folder C:\Program Files (x86)\Freescale\CodeWarrior for Microcontrollers V6.2\prog
-renme the PEUSBMGR.dll file to PEUSBWD2.dll
That made it work for me.
That's right, the solution that Uffe has posted make my Cyclone Pro work on the Win7 x64 using the CW 6.2 and the CW 6.3 by USB too!
I have hp dv7-4060 with default win7 premium. Freescale would not install. upgraded to win7 pro. Install MS xp mode.
Freescale runs. pulled in 6805 masm code and re-assemble with 3 types of fixes. Code now assembles... Project saved! migrated from 6805 to 08gb60 in 3 hours work. SHWEEEEEEETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
I have port remapping to engage in next. No biggie.
I am way so pleeeezzzzedddd.
This project will incorporate wireless robot to pc database app. Muwahaha...
Great work Natep!!!
Step 7 seem to be where I am stuck. I can use a Cyclone Pro via Ethernet, but can't use the USB BDM.
The updated dll, however, did not appear to be attached. Could you please upload it again?
Can you please re-send the attachment
Sorry all. I don't know why the unit_12z.zip attachment did not post. Here is my second try.
where should i place this dll file? I searched the entire fold of the CW and find no former copy to replace.
my system has this dll at :
C:\Program Files\Freescale\CodeWarrior for S12(X) V5.0\Prog
I used the attachment, and i still can not get my multilink connected
Natep provided DLL is used by CW for S12(X). CW for MCUs uses different unit_xxxx DLLs. Using Natep instructions I was able to install CW for S12(X) V5.0 on 64bits Win7. P&E debugging didn't work with original DLL. Replacing unit_12z.dll with attached one made debugger working.
thank you for your reply.
I tried both for S12 and S08, but none of them worked. I even tried different version of codewarrior, from 5.5 to 5.9. Now I only compile the code in my win7 and download it into the S12, but i can not debug.
I contacted with P&E and they reply me that the driver of multilink in win7 doesnot support codewarrior. I almost give it up, but in this post many of you seem to make it work fine. Is it possible that i intalled both for S12 and S08 in my computer?
I don't think that your problem is caused by installing both CW for S08 and S12. Maybe you have older unit_12z.dll somewhere in the search path and debugger loads older DLL?
Did you install older P&E drivers before installing v10 drivers? Did you check driver version in device manager?
I followed Natep instruction and that worked. The only instruction I violated - I installed (copied) CW to users\my_user_name, not to Program Files\ . But I think this is not very important, since as I understand CW is working on your machine, except multilink connection.
Chances are we need not new unitxxx DLL's, but some DLL's from older P&E drivers. CW5.0 for S12 and CW6.3 for MCU's seem using DLL's from WINDOWS\SYSTEM32 folder, which are now not present on 64bit machine after installing P&E V10 drivers! When PEUSBWD2.DLL is missing, hiwave is unable to detect USB Multilink. I copied PEUSBWD2.DLL from x86 WinXP WINDOWS\SYSTEM32 folder to CW\PROG folder on 64bits Win7, and to my surprise hiwave now is able to detect multilink and connect to target. I didn't test yet if flash programming and everything else is working.
ToBeNoOne, I have no idea why your setup isn't working. Are you using full multilink in plastic case, or multilink integrated to some demo board?
thank you kef, i will try it again.
i'm using the full multilink in plastic case. i hope this method will work
Regarding PEUSBW2.DLL. I knew it must be not as simple as I thought. On one 64bits Win7 machine I tried if CW for MCUs V10.0 installs and if it is working, including P&E drivers. It's working. I guess V10.0 will be improved to decent level soon, but I'm not happy with this new concept, at least at the moment. Maybe I'm too conservative.
So I tried to make V6.3 working. IDE worked, but not P&E drivers/API. Hiwave gave a clue about PEUSBW2.DLL, I copied it from 32bits WinXP install, and voila, it got working.
But what the lack of success, on machine on which CW V10.0 wasn't installed, PEUSBW2.DLL trick didn't work! I compared driver versions - the same. I compared contents of system folders - no missing relevant files. Etc etc.
I found that wdapi900.dll is missing on 64bits machine. But copying wdapi900.dll from WinXP install didn't help. How it worked on mahine with CW 10.0 installed? - It must using different wdapi900.dll. I searched CW 10.0 folder and found two folders with wdapi900.dll:
"CW MCU v10.0\MCU_10.0\ccs\drivers\usb\x32\redist\wdapi900.dll"
"CW MCU v10.0.zip\CW MCU v10.0\MCU_10.0\ccs\drivers\usb\x64\redist\wdapi900.dll"
"CW MCU v10.0.zip\CW MCU v10.0\MCU_10.0\ccs\drivers\usb\x64\redist\wdapi900_32.dll"
I found that our wdapi900.dll is renamed wdapi900_32.dll from x64\ folder.
So my solution is to
1) take WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\PEUSBW2.DLL from WinXP machine and copy it to CW\PROG folder.
from CW 10.0 install, rename it to wdapi900.dll and copy CW\PROG folder.
Great man! the wdapi900_32.dll worked smoothly over CW v. 6.2 for MCU on my 64bits win 7 macihne!!! All I had to do was copy this Dll to PROG folder to make codewarrior find the BDM 64 Bits driver! good job!
My best Regards!
PS: I could not attach the dll file here! someone please do it to help other people!
thank you very much, kef
now i can use my multilink, it's great to see these debug windows again!
Thanks for confirming it works with your PC. I attached required DLL's
Thank you a million times over. I've been trying to get my Multilink to appear for days and was at my wits' end. Note to others: Be sure to rename his wdapi900_32.dll to wdapi900.dll (as he said, but as I forgot to do for about an hour) or it won't work.
I am behind the curve here and have read through all the posts.
I have Win 7 ultimate x6;, do I just copy an xp installation to the correct directory and update the drivers as mentioned above? The registry enteries don't matter?? I have never done an install like this but would really like to get away from XP. I run VMWare with XP in a window on Win 7. It is a pain. VMware is great but there are lots of things to account for with network drives, priviledges, network timeouts in the middle of a compile and all the other sorry stuff that goes with a muddled up XP windows system using a network.
Registry entries are fixed executing regservers.bat in <CW root>\bin folder. Before executing regservers.bat, it is recommended to set compatibility of MWRegsvr.exe to WinXP SP2. At least I did like was suggested by Natep on page 2 of this thread.
I must mention that solution with P&E drivers seems to be semiworking. After some time P&E drivers may start complaing that they are not registered. I guess Windriver, on which P&E drivers are based, can expire if not installed properly. I don't know how to fix it. Workaround is to run and close some application, that installs and runs natively on x64 windows. I tried running NoICE debugger. After NoICE is closed, CW debugger works until reboot.
Thanks kef, your solution worked like charm! =D (now i can uninstall the 32bit windows that i had only for running CW, yay!)
PS. I'm working on a vaio w7 x64 machine with a P&E DEMOJM board
You should not hurry uninstalling 32bit windows. Unfortunately installing it this way (copying files and adding dll's), Jungo WinDriver will expire after a month or so. Probably it is working in trial mode and then expires. I don't know how to fix that. I tried to run NoICE debugger. NoICE works fine on 64-bit windows. You run it once, and then Freescale debugger works until you PC reboot. Not very nice .
Crap... well, i guess a month is enough for now. Anyway... thanks for the advice kef! =D
I tried the above methods but i couldn't get the cyclone to work for debugging/simulation. Does anyone have a solution for this ?
bellow is the message i got
Make sure you rename the Wdapi900_32.dll file to Wdapi900.dll file and that solved my problem.
Thank you a lot for the unit_12z.dll !!!!!!!!!That's works fine ! For the instal of CW 5 on a Seven pc, it's work on a Seven Ultimate 64, but it doesn't work on a Seven Home 32.
Wow you guys are amazing. Sounds like too much fiddleing for me....
I just took my free XP mode vm that comes with Profesional Plus, imported into VMware, set the MAC to match my license file and it all runs perfectly. If you import the VM (never say copied always say moved) correctly, you can even make copies of the vm Of course I need to run 4 different versions of CW, so I guess I would have to play those trick time 5x (I use CFV2 7.1 and 7.2). The real beautie of it I can make a backup and run it on other Win7 64 boxes as well.
I map a drive from the host machine for the code base.
I have problem with programing by FlashPrommer using LPT port.
Earlier (Windows XP) it worked good, but now (Windows 7 64bit) i have error
CCCSClient::ConfigChain::CC not present
Could you help me with this truble?
CodeWarrior version: CW fo DSC56800 R8.0 IDE 220.127.116.118
This question is completely unrelated to the subject "Codewarrior 5.9.0 for HCS12(X) Microcontrollers on Windows 7 x64".
Please create a new post in the "CodeWarrior for 56xxx DSC" forum.
Hey, I use Windows 7 Professional x64. I have installed it by getting a previous installation of it on a Windows 7 Professional x86, it worked, but when I tried to run the debug, it says that was no device connected. Then I replace the unit_12z.dll but it still not worked. What should I do now?
como resúmen de las propuestas para operar el CW 6.2 en W7 x64 opté por:
-instalar el CW 10.1 eclipse (Special), correr mi aplicación y debugearla correctamente.
-copiar la instalación CW 6.2 en XP x86 al W7 x64 (usar el mismo path de carpetas).
-ejecutar el registro de los elementos con regserver.bat (sito en .../bin ) (no toqué la compatibilidad del Mwregsvr.exe).
-copiar el PEUSBW32.DLL en el W7 ../system32 y por las dudadas en ..../sysWOW64.
Ejecuto el IDE 6.2 cargo mi aplicación la compílo entro al debuger se conecta con el USB Multilink graba la flash e inicia en brakpoint.
Todo se ejecuta correctamente sin mensajes ni notificaciones de errores.
Es muy notable el incremento de velocidad de los sucesos respecto al XP.
Suerte y gracias a todos !!!
Alright, I have spent about 5 hours and have resolved the problem with help from some of the posts in this thread, but info from elsewhere was also crucial. I have v6.3 running now on Windows 7 x64
What you need:
1) A script (see source below). Create a new file with the filename and extension of RemoveOSCHeck.vbs
2) wdapi900_32.dll. This file can be obtained by installing Codewarrior V10.0 in Windows XP Virtual Machine.
Copy the script code, exactly as is, into RemoveOSCHeck.vbs, save and close
' name this file as RemoveOSCHeck.vbs
' This script can be used to remove operating system version checks (2000, xp, vista, 7)
' or architecture checks used for (32-bit x86 or 64-bit x64 systems)
' that are part of an MSI installer. To use drag an MSI file to RemoveOSCHeck.vbs icon.
Const msiOpenDatabaseModeReadOnly = 0
Const msiOpenDatabaseModeTransact = 1
Dim argNum, argCount:argCount = Wscript.Arguments.Count
If (argCount < 1) Then
Wscript.Echo "Please supply the name of the msi file to be modified."
' Scan arguments for valid SQL keyword and to determine if any update operations
Dim openMode : openMode = msiOpenDatabaseModeReadOnly
openMode = msiOpenDatabaseModeTransact
' Connect to Windows installer object
Dim installer : Set installer = Nothing
Set installer = Wscript.CreateObject("WindowsInstaller.Installer") : CheckError
' Open database
Dim databasePath:databasePath = Wscript.Arguments(0)
Dim database : Set database = installer.OpenDatabase(databasePath, openMode) : CheckError
' Process SQL statements and delete the crap out of this installer!
Dim query, view, record, message, rowData, columnCount, delim, column
Set view = database.OpenView("Delete from LaunchCondition") : CheckError
wscript.echo "Launch Conditions Removed"
Set view = database.OpenView("Delete from InstallExecuteSequence where Action='OnCheckSilentInstall'")
wscript.echo "OnCheckSilentInstall step removed"
Set view = database.OpenView("Delete from Property where Property = 'ISSETUPDRIVEN'")
wscript.echo "Property ISSETUPDRIVEN removed"
Set view = database.OpenView("INSERT INTO Property (Property,Value) VALUES ('ISSETUPDRIVEN',1)")
wscript.echo "Property ISSETUPDRIVEN added"
Dim message, errRec
If Err = 0 Then Exit Sub
message = Err.Source & " " & Hex(Err) & ": " & Err.Description
If Not installer Is Nothing Then
Set errRec = installer.LastErrorRecord
If Not errRec Is Nothing Then message = message & vbLf & errRec.FormatText
Now, drag the installer msi package, onto the script, in Windows Explorer. It will then pop up some dialog boxes about having removed something. Click OK on all of them.
Then, proceed to run the setup package (the msi package) and it should install fine. Sometimes it will abort during installation the first time, just try again and it should be OK.
When installation is finished, load a project and compile it, it should all work properly, Click on debug, and then you will note HIWAVE throws an error message, specifically complaining about a DLL. Close Codewarrior and HIWAVE.exe
The DLL you copied from Codewarrior 10.0, rename it to wdapi900.dll and copy it into the "prog" folder under your Codewarrior v6.x installation.
Then launch Codewarrior again and all should work.
CodeWarrior 6.3 works out of the box for Windows 7 32-bit.
For Windows 7 64-bit checkout checkout this post including info about programmers.
Install CodeWarrior v6.3 directly under Windows 7 x64
I think it's time to let this CW6.2 thread goto sleep.
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