CoCASA Questions and Answers on Error Messages
Q: I’m getting the following error message when I try to install CoCASA: Not a valid Win32 application.
A: This is usually caused from an incomplete download of the CoCASA installation file. The first thing to try would be to download the file again, and try installing. If that doesn’t work, then you may want to try the other method of installing CoCASA. (There are two methods of installing CoCASA from the web site. The first method is to click on "Run" or "Open" to install directly from the web site. The other method is to click on "Save" to save the installation file to your computer, then double-click the file on your computer to install CoCASA.)
Q: I’m getting an error message that says “Failed to load resources from resource file” when I start CoCASA. What can I do to fix this?
A: Download and install Service Pack 1 for the .NET Framework 1.1
Q: I'm getting an error message that says “Foxpro driver does not support this function” when I try to import legacy WinCASA data. What can I do to fix this?
A: If you have Windows XP, download and install an updated Foxpro driver
The file you need to download and install is the VFPODBC.MSI file (not the VFPODBC.MSM file). You should click on the link that says "English" under the heading "VFPODBC.MSI" towards the bottom of the web page.
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