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    Default RhinoCam 2 issue

    We've been using Rhino4 and RhinoCam 2 for years without many issues. Saturday when we selected Rhino to work on some projects we got the following error message concerning RhinoCam.

    Unable to load RhinoCAM 2.0rhp plug-in: no class derived from CRhinoPlugIn in plug-in file.

    Please contact the plug-in vendor to get the latest version.


    I know that 2 is no longer supported but does anyone have an idea on how to fix this. We spent a lot of money on this program but now the only answer we got from the manufacture was that we needed a $6000 upgrade.

    Thanks,

    Mike

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    Default Re: RhinoCam 2 issue

    I had this same issue about a year ago. The problem was attached to a user on our domain. The domain user could go to any machine and get the same error, while no one else had any problems. I looked through my email to see how we resolved it, but it must have been resolved over the phone. I think we had to delete some files(or registry entries) for them to repopulate, or maybe we just reinstalled rhinoCam for that user. Sorry I can't remember exactly what we did, but it was definitely tied to the user account. Have you tried another user account?



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    Default Re: RhinoCam 2 issue

    It seems to be tied to one user account. We can sign in on another machine using a different account and it works. Now to figure out what files.

    Mike Westvang
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    Default Re: RhinoCam 2 issue

    I am thinking it might be registry related, but I'm not positive on this.



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    Default Re: RhinoCam 2 issue

    He had a windows update on Friday night and Saturday morning it didn't work. I think he's going to run a recover back to Friday and see if that fixes it.

    Mike Westvang
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    Default Re: RhinoCam 2 issue

    OK. Keep me posted.



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    Default Re: RhinoCam 2 issue

    Just found this by putting the error code in a Google search.

    We identified the issues as caused by an entry in the Windows registry:

    In the registry folder:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers

    There is an entry:
    “C:\Program Files\Rhinoceros 5.0 (64-bit)\System\Rhino.exe”="$ IgnoreFreeLibrary<symvol.rhp>"

    (Where symvol.rhp is our plugin.)

    Deleting this entry allowed the plugin to install/load correctly. It appears our plugin triggered some Windows compatibility behaviour somehow (maybe a crash during loading or unloading or something), which then got in the way of the process Rhino uses to load plugins.

    this is the website: https://discourse.mcneel.com/t/no-cl...-file/11254/29

    Mike Westvang
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    Default Re: RhinoCam 2 issue

    Glad you got it straightened out!



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    Default Re: RhinoCam 2 issue

    The registry edit did the trick. Thanks for your help.

    Mike Westvang
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