WARNING: Searching the system Registry is harmless.  However, great caution should be taken when editing the Registry.  Make only the changes specified if needed.  The following instructions are for Windows 95 and Windows 98.  If you are running another version of Windows refer to Windows Help for instructions on editing the system Registry.

1.  Verify the location of DXT2WL.EXE at C:/DXTELNET/DXT2WL/ on your hard drive.

2.  Run REGEDIT.

3.  From the Registry Editor, go to
Edit pull-down menu and choose "Find...  Ctrl+F".

4.  Type in DXT2WL.EXE in the "Fi
nd what:"  box and click the "Find Next" button.

6.  Verify the results as the correct path "C:\DXTELNET\DXT2WL\DXT2WL.EXE" as shown under the Data column on right had side of the screen.  If the path is correct, continue to on to Step #7.  If the path entry is not correct, double click on Name (Default) which should already be highlighted.  A window will open where you need to type in the correct "Value data:".  Type C:\DXTELNET\DXT2WL\DXT2WL.EXE and click OK.

7.  Hit F3 again and continue searching for each location of DXT2WL.EXE.  If the path entry is not correct on any of the search results, double click on Name (Default) and enter the correct path C:\DXTELNET\DXT2WL\DXT2WL.EXE and click OK.

8.  Continue hitting F3 until Search has finished.  If Search stops at a long list of file locations where C:\DXTELNET\DXT2WL\DXT2WL.EXE is not specifically noted in the Data column, ignore it and continue searching F3 until Search is finished.

9.  Close the Registry Editor.

10.  Open WriteLog.  Go to the Window pull-down menu and select Packet Window.  The DXTelnet packet window should now open.  Close WriteLog and continue on with the next set of instructions - Configuring UDPSEND.


In step #1 above, you need to verify that DXT2WL.EXE is located on your hard drive in the correct location.  Although DXT2WL.EXE can be run from any location, for simplicity sakes, it should be run from the default location at C:\DXTELNET\DXT2WL\.  To search for DXT2WL.EXE, go to the Start button, then to "Find", then to "Files or Folders".  Enter DXT2WL.EXE in the "Named:" entry box and click on the "Find Now" button.  If there is more than one DXT2WL.EXE file on your hard drive, you should delete all of them EXCEPT the one located at C:\DXTELNET\DXT2WL.  Delete any unwanted DXT2WL.EXE files by placing the mouse pointer over the file name,  right click the mouse and choose "Delete".  After deleting unwanted DXT2WL.EXE files, reboot your computers and continue to step #2.

To run REGEDIT, go to the Start button, then to "Run" and type in REGEDIT in the "
Open" entry box and click "OK".
Searching & Editing the System Registry
The Registry Editor appears much like Windows Explorer.
The Registry has thousands of entries making it impossible to navigate to each location of DXT2WL.EXE.  Using the "Find" function of the Registry Editor is the only practical way of locating each DXT2WL.EXE entry.
The Registry entries for DXT2WL.EXE you are looking for are on the right hand side of the screen and look like this.
If the path entry under the "Data" column is not correct, it needs to be changed.  To edit the entry, double click on the highlighted (Default) listing under the "Name" column.
Continue searching DXT2WL.EXE entries by using F3 on your keyboard.  It may take several seconds to search out each entry and there may be several entries.  Continue searching and verify each result until Search is finished.
If no entries are found in the Registry, check to make sure you entered DXT2WL.EXE correctly in the Find window.  If that is correct, then DXT2WL.EXE was never run on that PC.  Go back and run DXT2WL.EXE.  Otherwise, you are finished with REGEDIT.  Close the Registry Editor.  Open WriteLog.  Go to the Window pull-down menu and choose "Packet Window".  The DXTelnet packet window should now appear.  Close WriteLog and continue on with the configuration of UDPSEND.