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Mfc42.dll error ?

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Hi!
Suddenly I can´t load my PaintShopPro 5.01,
it gives the same error message every time.
Tried to reinstall, and delete all registry
entries, but it didn´t help....so some ideas?
Heaps of thanks in advance!!
Peter

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You can try different versions of MFC42.DLL to see if that helps...  I
have 4.21.7303 on my machine and PSP works fine. To see the version,
after using Find->Files or Folders... to find all copies, and in the
resulting Find window, right click on the copy located in Windows\System
(that's the copy win9x will use unless there's a different copy in the
folder of the program you're running), choose Properties, click on the
Version tab.

Wish I knew what installed 4.21.7303, here... could have been the IE5
beta1(?) - after an hour of searching for *any* version of MFC42.DLL on
www.microsoft.com support.microsoft.com & ftp.microsoft.com, I gave up
on them and did a web-wide search. Results:

Jay Garcia (keeper of the Unofficial FAQ for Netscape) has version
4.21.7022 @ http://www.jazzland.net/jgarcia/ufaq/downloads.html

Channel 1 Internet Utils has MFC42.DLL v4.21.7160 @
http://www.allreality.com/support/software/runtime.html

Motorola has the newest version I could find on the web (4.21.7325) @
http://csps1.corp.mot.com/MIMS/lexicus/patches/index.html

For the ultimate answer see
Paint Shop Pro Tips & Tricks!
http://www.babeard.simplenet.com/psptips.html

Regards,
Bud
http://www.geocities.com/~budallen/
http://www.budstroubleshooter.eliteservers.net/
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Judging of your answer,
I´m a lazy bastard,
( I should have thougt of it myself),
but thanks for an experts answer :)
regards
peter
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