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   I wrote a DLL in Delphi3 and compiled it under NT
when I run my main program that uses the DLL, it gives me the messsage that "DLL not found c:\winnt;c:\winnt\system;c:\winnt\system32" But in at least one of them DLL exists.
What can be the reason ?
thanks in advance...
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This question is a double post!

you should remove it
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Ronald Buster earned 100 total points
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On some windows systems you need to register your dll with

regsvr32 yourdll.dll

after that no errors are given

regards,

Cono
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