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Registering CRYSTL32.OCX

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I am trying to install a VB application which uses CRYSTL32.OCX on a clean PC (which includes copying the accompanying .OCA and .DEP files to the Windows\System directory). However, when I try to register the above .OCX I get a LoadLibrary (Crystl32.ocx) failed GetLastError returns 0x0000001f
Whatever I do I cannot seem to register this .OCX  
 I have had problems with other OCX's in the past and never had any resolution.  PLEASE can anyone help....???
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Usually that means that a DLL needed by the OCX is not present, just look in the DEP file for other DLL's/Files required by CRYSTL32.OCX.

Although the easiest way is to create an install with the VB Setup Wizard to make sure you get all the Files needed.
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