I had configured it, but incorrectly pointed it to the Debugging Tools for x64 instead of x86.
Now, when i try to use the kernel-mode connect for 1394, it comes back with “Unable to connect to ‘1394://1’. One of the library files needed to run this application cannot be found”
I tried to uninstall and reinstall, but it leaves residue in the system, so it picks up the old folder instead of asking me again where it is.
Any assist is appreciated as I’m interested to see how this might run.
Answer is to go into the registry under:
HKLMSOFTWAREBazisSoftVisualDDKDDKDebuggerParameters (add Wow6432Node before BazisSoft if you are 64 bit)
Find the “DebugToolsPath” and make sure its set to the correct folder.
C:Program Files (x86)Debugging Tools for Windows (x86)
It would be good to have it not allow the selection of the 64 bit debug dll (just try to load it under 32 bit context at selection and if it fails, dont allow)
Or remove that key when you uninstall (as it was being left behind as residue after uninstall).