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Distributing OCX

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I have the following:

a) Delphi 2.0 application using TGraphicsServer
b) Installation created using InstallShield Express
c) the three required files (OCX, DLL, EXE) are in the install

The problem is:

I am getting a 'Class not registered' error. The OCX and its associated files have been registered. They are in the registry.

What is this error and how can I get rid of it ?

Thanks.
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I suggest you to download the program exescan.zip from the following site:

http://www.eschalon.com/Html/FileLibraries.htm

With this you'll be able to know exactly which files does your exe program uses.

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Anyway, for the TGraphicsServer you have to install de following files in your WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory:

GRAPH32.OCX
GSW32.EXE
GSWDLL32.DLL
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Not too helpfull. What was there I knew already. It still did not solve my problem.
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