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Loading Richtx32.ocx (VB5/SP2)

Posted on 1998-06-10
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When I try to load Richtx32.ocx I get the message:
Could not be loaded.

The control is correctly registered.
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Check the language in the Riched32.dll properties, if the language is different from the one of Richtx32.ocx that may be the problem.
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I can't check the answer since I have bought a new computer. I have uninstalled VB5 on the old computer. I did however looked at the version number for the two filer.
Richtx32.ocx: 5.01.4319
Riched32.dll: 4.0

In my new computer Riched32.dll has version number: 4.00.9934 and it all works fine!
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