Why does my W95 complains that ctl3d32.dll is designed for Nt and is not the right version.
I have copied the dll from the Office97-cd and when that didn`t help i expanded it from the win95-cd to the systemdirectory.
There is only one file on the system and it "lives" in the systemdirectory.
I have scanned the registry and all pointers are to the one and only file on my system.
I am running a centraly installed shared w95 so this problem affects all my 140 users.
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