After installing Indy, I get a "A device attached to the system is not functioning." when loading another package.  What do I do about it?

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This is a misleading Windows error message that means that a package which depended on Indy can not work with the new version of Indy. 


If you have source-code for the Indy-dependent package, you will have to rebuild it.  If you do not have the have the source-code, you have to get the vendor to rebuild it with the new version of Indy.


If this is happening with the Indy design-time package or with Indy 10, the protocols packages, you should search through your computer and remove all Indy binaries, rebuild Indy, and then reinstall it.