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Posted on 1997-05-07
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Hello, everytime I try to compile and run my application I receive an error: Exception Error #32747 (Could not load description string <owl\except.rc> not bound?) BUT I only get this error when I do not have the resource workshop running. When the resource workshop is running in the background everything is OK.

When I link in except.rc I just get the exception error "ObjectWindows Create failed".

If this a bug? Has anyone ever seen this?  Thanks for your help.

Regards, Gerry
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You used borland style control, which in turn need to load bwcc.dll. Put it into windows\system dir.

If bwcc.dll is already in windows\system, then move your exe or dll to bc45\bin to see if it can run, if still not, check the versions of dll.

good luck
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