ulfurinn

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  1. Make sure you set the right permissions on the file you create? I don't know the details, I don't do native Windows programming. The least you can do is leave more instructions for users, of course
  2. It's a permissions issue, apparently the patcher messes them up for the dll. Make sure that the Users and Power Users groups have the Read and Execute permission set. Upd. not the dll itself, but the temporary .dll.new it creates.