We have one Vista laptop here which we get a bunch of "Could not load vba..." errors when we try to run Aecosim. Any ideas what could be causing this?
One possibility is that Windows UAC is not allowing the VBA to run, please try turning off UAC (unless you have already tried that).
Yes this was one of the first things that I checked. UAC is turned completely off. It's the only Vista machine we have so I'm wondering if that has something to do with it. Thanks for your input.
The other thing is whether 'Run as Administrator' was used at installation?
Is the first message:
"Can not load VBA project file C\Program Files (x86)\Bentley\AECOsimBuildingDesigner V8i Ss4\AECOsimBuildingDesigner\vba\BMECH_CheckReferences.mvba."
Reinstallation using 'Run as Administrator' fixed the last instance of that I came across.
Yes I do believe that is the first error message. The user is an administrator on that machine but I will try what you suggest anyway. I'll let you know if it works.
Well I tried doing what you suggested Marc but I'm still getting the same errors. Aside from this computer only having Vista, it also does not have MS Office installed. That wouldn't cause VBA issues, would it?