Install from binary package nettxrx-bin.zip:
1) Extract the contents of nettxrx-bin.zip to a directory of your choice.
2) Right click nettxrx.msi and select "install". On Vista and Windows 7 you
may be prompted for Administrator credentials.
3) After the install program completes there will be a nettxrx entry in your
Programs menu. You can start nettxrx from there.
Note: If you get an error message when you start nettxrx about a missing
MSVCR100.dll you will need to install the Microsoft Visual Studio 10 Runtime.
You can find it in the same directory you created when you extracted the
files in step 1) above. Just select the runtime for your system
(example: vcredist_x86.exe if you have a 32bit Intel platform). You will
need Administrator credentials to install the runtime.
You can also download the correct runtime from Microsoft.
If you get an error when you try to install nettxrx.msi, you probably need to
upgrade your Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI). Please search on the
Microsoft website for the download link to their latest version of MSI.
Build and install from source package nettxrx-src.zip:
I used the Microsoft SDK version 7.1 to build nettxrx. It should also build
with earlier SDK versions with minor changes.
Extract nettxrx-src.zip to a directory. The nettxrx sources will be in the
nettxrx directory. The hgperfmon.dll source will be in nettxrx\hgperfmon\ and
the help files will be in nettxrx\nettxrx-help\.
There are two binaries you need to build: hgperfmon.dll and nettxrx.exe.
There is a Makefile for each. First run nmake to build the dll. Then you'll need
to copy the hgperfmon.lib to the same directory containing the nettxrx.exe
source files. Then you can run nmake to build nettxrx.exe.
Nettxrx.exe expects to find the html help files and jpegs in its working
directory (the same directory where it has been intstalled).
You could also import both hgperfmon and nettxrx as makefile based projects
into Visual Studio and build from the Visual Studio IDE.