Hate to do this to you but I'm hoping that one of you may have come across the problem we are facing on our Windows 2003 Standard box.
When running a page which has XML script, the page hangs for a while then returns this error;
The system cannot locate the resource specified.
Any ideas, feedback, sympathy, stress-relief tips etc are all greatly appreciated.
Have you checked what versions of MSXML are inatalled? You can do this by opening Internet Explorer on your *server* desktop (not on your own PC) and pasting this URL in:
It will tell you what versions are installed.
To install the latest version (MSXML4 SP2) go to
if you actially need MSXML3 then it's
The code returning the error is a domain WhoIs lookup script that checks all the main domain suffixes, including a handful of .uk domains.
We think the error is caused by Nominet (The UK registrar) putting a temporary block on our IP address due to our site making too many requests to their database in one go. Apparently, they only allow you to make one search / request every 5 seconds. If you do, they block your IP for 60 minutes, after which you can try again. Our script is currently making 6 requests to their database in one or two seconds. Removing the .uk lookups allowed the script to run again.
Got computer error message like:
"Dll was not found"
"the procedure entry point Dll error"
"Dll could not be located"
"Cannot register Dll"
at startup or shutdown or run program?
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