I'm getting the follwing error for a couple of files when installing the suite:-
"Something's gone wrong. module c:\program files (x86)\Common Files\Nokia\Tss\Communication API\cmn_usbdcm.dll failed to register. HRESULT -2147010895. Contact your support personnel"
I have tried to uninstall/re-install. I have manuallay deleted all Nokia folders and run cccleaner to remove Nokia registry keys.
Any idea what to try next?
Could you check your Intermediate CA certificates the following:
1) Please go here:
to update your Intermediate CA certificates.
2) You will see 2 boxes with garbled text - one primary and one secondary.
3) Please copy and paste the text each into a text file using a text editor
such as notepad. Then save those files with a .cer extension.
4) Then import those certs into Windows by right clicking on those .cer files
and selecting Install Certificate from the menu.
You can also try to download it again the complete Nokia Suite installer package.
If it does not help, Could you please attach a screenshot here in this post?
It will help investigating the problem more quickly.
Nokia Suite Team.
2012-03-20 15:17 - edited 2012-03-20 15:18
This has nothing to do with certificates. Most likely your system's VC++ runtimes are somehow corrupted.
Try installing this:
Running repair for your current Nokia Suite installation should fix it too.
If you get the same error again even installing the VC++ libraries. I would recommend you to repair your Windows installation. This might also help resolve your issue.
Waiting for your next reply.
Nokia Suite Team.
2012-03-22 6:57 - edited 2012-03-22 6:58
If repair doesn't fix this then download dependency walker from http://www.dependencywalker.com/. It's easy to use program which doesn't require any installation. Just download and launch it. Then browse to "c:\program files (x86)\Common Files\Nokia\Tss\Communication API\" and simply drag and drop cmn_usbdcm.dll to dependency walker window.
What you should then see is pretty much what I have in the attached picture. Complains about GPSVC.dll and IESHIMS.dll are fine, but if you have something else then that should be the problem.
Ok. It's definately runtime issue. If repair didin't fix it then try installing vcredist_x86.EXE from: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?
You can try to download 3.4.16 beta release from http://betalabs.nokia.com/apps/nokia-suite-beta/do
You can use same Nokia Account credentials to login to Nokia BetaLabs site.