When creatging a bathc you get the error "Unable to load Midas.DLL

Midas is a small in memory database we use for bathces. It si win 32 code and some tme WIndows 10 does not let it load.

You midas DLL has not loaded properly. SOmethign in WOndows 10 is restricting it.

1) Quick fix - WHen you star teh TurboCAHS exe RIGHT CLICK and "Run as Adminsitrsator"

2) Edit the TurboCASH Shortcut Properties and under Compatibility, mark it as "Run as Adminsitrsator"

3) Alternately - this is a bit more tricky - from the Windows Command Line

Regsvr32 fullFilenameAndPathToMidas

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