I installed "Lotus Notes Mail" as provided by my computer support people. Apparently, the install was designed for W95 and changed a file. Programs continue to function, but many applications (Word, Tecplot ...) give me an error window that says " This application uses CTL3D32.dll which is not the correct version. THis version of CTL3D32.dll is designed only for Win 32S or Windows 95 systems." The file CTL3D32.dll is located in Winnt40\system32. What is the best method to correct this error??
Should I simply replace that file with the NT version (files have different create dates)?
Do I need to do a system repair?
Any guess on whether or not Notes Mail will run if I do replace the file with the NT version?
Try downloading the NT version of this file from here -
Here is a good link that explains all the details around these annoting errors as well.
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