An application that I an maintaining is written in Delphi 3.0 running on NT 4.0. The app runs fine on NT 4.0, I installed the app on a machine running NT 3.51 and I get the following error message when the app tries to display the about form and the same the error on two other forms displayed at start up :)
"Cannont crete Key Options".
I think it has something to do with the registry. The following is the registry key used on the NT 4.0 machine :)
VersionDate=First release (1 April 1998)
I look at the NT3.51 registry and It's quite different. I don't have much experience dealing with registries or Delphi for that matter, it would be greatly appreciated if someone out there could point me in the right direction.
I can't seem to find the Key in the NT3.51 registry. When I do a regedit on NT3.51 its totally different...... I will check to see if I have access to the registry!!!!
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