Message: Unable to read ... rroad5 ...
Message: Info: Unable to execute ... rroad5 ...
Message: Info: Unable to read ... rroad5 ...
Message: Unable to execute ... rroad5 ...
The rroad5_sa17_bin64.dll and/or rroad5_sa17_bin32.dll files may be missing from the Foxhound installation folder,
or their Windows permissions may be set to prevent them from being loaded.
The message "Unable to read ... rroad5_sa17_bin64.dll" and/or "Unable to read ... rroad5_sa17_bin32.dll"
will appear if Foxhound is unable to read the file.
The messages "Unabl to execute ... rroad5_sa17_bin64.dll" and/or "Unable to execute ... rroad5_sa17_bin32.dll"
will appear if Foxhound is unable to call a procedure inside the file.
Try reinstalling Foxhound.
Here is where the files are installed by default on Windows 10:
If you have created a custom installation for Foxhound here's what you can try:
First, make sure that rroad5_sa17_bin64.dll and rroad5_sa17_bin32.dll are located in the same folder as the Foxhound database foxhound5.db.
Second, stop and restart the Foxhound database to ensure the file can be loaded.
Finally, use the DSN tab on the Foxhound main menu to connect to a database without getting
the "Unable to..." message.
These files contain the very small but critical portion of Foxhound logic that had to be written in C.
How do I reinstall Foxhound?
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