How to Install or Re-Install iX Developer 2.10 SP1

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Kyle W.
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How to Install or Re-Install iX Developer 2.10 SP1

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Before installing iX Developer, make sure to run the install as an administrator, and that you are logged in as an administrator user.

If your copy of iX Developer came in a .zip file, be sure to unzip all of the files onto your local hard drive before installing.

Right-click "setup.exe" (not "NeoSetup.msi") and select "Run as Administrator"
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You should see a setup screen where you will click "Next" to start the installation. You will to select a default language and installation folder.
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The setup process will install libraries for SQL Server and the .NET framework. You may need to accept the license agreements for these products. If iX Developer has become corrupted, you may need to repair or uninstall/reinstall these libraries. Please see the next post in this topic for this.
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After iX Developer successfully installs you will see the following screen:
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If you have a full version of iX Developer, then you will need to register online to get an activation key. Click on the register hyperlink first shown when starting iX Developer. You will not see this if you have a demo version. It will take 3-5 business days to receive your activation key via e-mail.
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Best Regards,

Kyle W. | Applications Engineer
Beijer Electronics, Inc.

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How to repair or uninstall/reinstall Microsoft libraries

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This FAQ will show where to uninstall or repair Microsoft libraries. Be aware that removing Microsoft libraries can affect other applications.

The first thing to try if your version of iX Developer is crashing is to uninstall and re-install it. This will re-install the .NET and SQL libraries necessary for iX Developer to work.

You could also remove these libraries and run iX Developer setup again. Here is the list of libraries that you should either repair or remove:
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Best Regards,

Kyle W. | Applications Engineer
Beijer Electronics, Inc.

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