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No, you shouldn't need to reinstall anything. The mk:@MSITStore is the protocol used for help files and the current help viewer is version 1, so that's not too old.
My guess is that your .chm was somehow corrupted when you last compiled. When you compile do you get any error messages? Does the current file seem to be the right size? Can you open the .chm on another computer?
Sorry - more questions than answers here.
Thanks for trying to help out. It's solved now. I should have written the solution here right away, but I was so happy that I could continue with my work so I forgot about it.)
What I did was that I looked at the single source layout and I thought that Optimize CHM File Size might cause a problem (a shot in the dark - but you have to try everthing). I deselected it and regenerated. Voila - it worked. Then, with trembeling hands, I selected it again and regenerated - it still worked. Maybe this change of the layout made it save again properly and restart from scratch. But i thought that I had tried a similar thing before when a made new layouts to see if they would work, and they didn't.
So, it's solved, but I'm not really sure what was wrong and what solved it.
I also have this problem. I have 30 or so chm files that I have created and all open except one. I have tried all the things mentioned in this thread, including what's listed as the answer. Nothing has worked.
Does anyone have any ideas? I have searched all over the place and cannot find any solutions.
Any help greatly appreciated.
Sorry, I was offline for a couple of days.
No, the chm is in the same location (folder, even) as the other 30 or so chms.