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Translation:

Hello, I have a problem installing version 1.0.8. The following error message appears:

The entry point for the procedure sqlite3_open_v2 cannot be found in the dynamic link library sqlite3.dll

[The next sentence is ungrammatical in the original and therefore its translation is in doubt.]

Previously I had version 1.7 Wroclaw, which I uninstalled before installing the new one.

Thank you for your help.

Original

Bonjour, J'ai un problème pour installer la version 1.0.8, le message d'erreur suivant apparait:

Le point d'entrée de procédure sqlite3_open_v2 est introuvable dans la bibliothèque de liens dynamiques sqlite3.dll

J'avais avant d'installer la version 1.7 Wroclaw que j'ai désinstaller pour installer la nouvelle.

Merci pour votre aide.

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Downgrading or should it be 1.8.0? –  Oskar Karlin Jul 27 '12 at 14:47
    
thanks, i renamed sqlite3.dll. it works. –  Nelson Barit Jr. Jul 15 at 12:35
    
Nelsom, this should be posted as a comment rather than an answer. If you found an answer useful, please upvote the answer. gis.stackexchange.com/help/deleted-answers –  GISKid Jul 15 at 13:04

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I assume you're referring to qgis 1.8

A quick google search pointed me on this:

Manually copying sqlite.dll from C:\osgeo4w\bin to C:\osgeo4w\apps\qgis\bin DID SOLVE my problem.

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I renamed file sqlite3.dll of (system folder) c:\windows\system32\ folder to something like renamed_sqlite3.dll. It solved the problem. But it might cause other errors but till now its working fine. You can restore the renamed file at any time if other applications get issues.

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