99% of the code that runs the instruNet systems is contained within one DLL file called "iNet32.dll". This
resides on the end user computer at the following location:
32bit Windows: c: Windows \ System32 \ iNet32.dll 64bit Windows: c: Windows \ SysWow64 \ iNet32.dll (32bit DLL runs under Wow64)
This file is installed
automatically when one installs the instruNet software from a CD or the web. If you want to upgrade to the most recent
iNet32.dll (e.g. 5MB file), without going through the full upgrade procedure, please
implement the following steps:
Locate your existing iNet32.dll file with something like Windows Explorer.
It resides at "c: Windows \ System32 \ iNet32.dll" on a 32bit Windows Computer; and "c: Windows \ SysWow64 \ iNet32.dll" on a Windows 64bit Computer.
on this file, select Properties, and note the version number.
Another way to see the version number of this dll file is to
run instruNet World software and select About under the Help menu.
All i4xx Cards require version ≥ 3.0.
You will see compressed .zip file(s) that can be de-compressed using the popular WinZip software program.
The version # is noted in the file name (e.g. "iNet32_v3-0-11.zip" is version 3.0.11).
If you see a version number here that is newer than what exists on your computer,
then please proceed; otherwise you are currently up to date.
Right-Click on the .zip file and select "Save As" or "Save Target As". This will
copy the file to your computer's hard disk. Alternatively, if you drag the file from the internet window, it might
copy a link to the file instead of the actual file; therefore Right-Clicking is safer.
After copying, decompress with a software program such as WinZip.
Exit any instruNet software that you might be running (e.g. "instruNet World").
Rename your old "iNet32.dll" file to something different
(e.g. "iNet32, older ver X-Y.dll").
Copy the new iNet32.dll file to the same directory as your old iNet32.dll. The
computer will use the file with the name "iNet32.dll", and the
renamed file will be ignored. If you want to switch back to the old file, then
rename (again) the old file to"iNet32.dll", and give the new file a different name.
Run instruNet World to test the new DLL. To see what version you are running, select About in the Help menu.