I am suspicious that there are more than one versions of the plugin .dll on your system, at least one of which is the wrong bit architecture.Active Colors wrote:I also tried to turn off and close an antivirus to check if it disables plugin to work. Still...
I would do the following.
- Exit Rainmeter
- Use some search capability to find all versions of RunCommand.dll and delete them. You want to be sure you get rid of any that are in C:\Program Files\Rainmeter\Plugins and %APPDATA%\Rainmeter\Plugins.
- Install that skin I linked to above. Installing it will also start Rainmeter with that skin loaded.
Does the example skin now work?
If not, tell us exactly what your Windows setup looks like. First, use the About / Version dialog and click the Copy to Clipboard button there, paste that here. If you are on XP, what Service Pack version are you at?