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Installing From a CD Rom (Web Download Instructions Below)

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- Be sure your computer is running Windows '95, '98, NT, 2000 or Millennium
- Quit all running applications
- Insert the Control Station CD-ROM
- Click Window's Start button (lower left of screen) and choose Run
- A Run box will open. Click Browse, choose your CD-ROM drive,
and select SETUP.EXE
- With SETUP.EXE showing as your Run selection, click OK
- Follow the directions of the Control Station setup utility
Installing From a Web Download
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- Be sure your computer is running Windows '95, '98, NT, 2000 or Millennium
- Quit all running applications
- Visit: www.controlstation.com/update.html and follow the instructions
on the web to download and unzip the software. It is important that you
save your original Keycode.003 file as instructed on the web page.
- Use Windows Explorer to locate SETUP.EXE on your hard drive
- Double click SETUP.EXE to begin installation
- Follow the directions of the Control Station setup utility
- Copy your original Keycode.003 file to the same directory as file
Cstation.exe on your hard drive.
If You Have Install Problems
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Send a detailed message including the specific error message to:
help@ControlStation.com
Network Installation
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Manual installation is required for networks. Some of the Control
Station files belong on the central network server and some belong
in the C:\Windows\System subdirectory of each computer on the network.
The files we provide to go into the C:\Windows\System directory may
already exist on your computer. In that case, only overwrite your
existing files if ours are newer versions. These files are provided
by Microsoft and are backward compatible with existing applications.

=> Files that can be installed in the main server application


directory:
csdmc.dll, brwsr.htm, cshelp.hlp, csmimo.dll, csrecord.dll,
csrigdis.dll, cstation.exe, cstools.dll, keycode.003, readme.txt
=> For Windows 95, 98 and Millennium the following files must go
in the C:\Windows\System directory of each computer on the
network.
For Windows 2000 and NT, the following files must go
in the C:\Windows\System32 directory of each computer on the
network.
Asycfilt.dll
Comcat.dll

Comdlg32.ocx
Ctl3d32.dll
Dao2535.tlb
Dao350.dll
Grid32.ocx
Mfc40.dll
Mfc42.dll
Mfcans32.dll
Msjet35.dll
Msjint35.dll
Msjter35.dll
Msrd2x35.dll
Msrepl35.dll
Msvbvm60.dll
Msvcrt.dll
Msvcrt20.dll
Msvcrt40.dll
Msxbse35.dll
Oc30.dll
Oleaut32.dll
Olepro32.dll
Pego32a.ocx
Pegrp32a.dll
Pepco32a.ocx
Pepso32a.ocx
Pesgo32a.ocx
Slider.ocx
Spin32.ocx
Stdole2.tlb
Tabctl32.ocx
Threed20.ocx
Threed32.ocx
Vb5db.dll
Vbajet32.dll
Vbar332.dll

About Keycode.003
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Your CD-ROM contains a file called Keycode.003. This file must be
located in the same directory as Cstation.exe for the software to
operate correctly.
Do not edit or change this file in any way or your software may not
run properly. You will know you have problems related to this file
if you see "Keycode Failure - License Invalid" displayed on the main
screen of Control Station.
If a "Keycode Failure" occurs, please copy the original Keycode.003
file from your Control Station CD-ROM to the same directory as file
Cstation.exe on your hard drive. If problems still persist, send a
detailed message to: help@ControlStation.com
For More Information
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Visit us at www.ControlStation.com to learn about
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- proven methods and practices for process control

- the latest improvement to Control Station


For additional questions, please contact:
Prof. Doug Cooper
Chemical Engineering Dept., U-222
University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT 06269-3222
Phone: (860) 486-4092
Email: cooper@controlstation.com