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can't launch dreamweaver3

Posted on 2000-04-10
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last month i installed dreamweaver 3 on my win98. on many occasions i could start the program. but today when i doubleclicked to launch it, windows says the .exe is in an invalid format. The detailed error message is

"c:\windows\system\IMM32.DLL can't load at the desired address and is not relocatable."

I removed and re-installed dreamweaver but no help. My other applications are working fine. The same dreamweaver installer cd i also used on my office win98 pc, and so far no problem.
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Hi,
IMM32.DLL is the Input Method Manager dll,and it seems to be corrupted on your system (posibly during the install of dreamweaver or some other software).
it is quite common fault ,which also occurs when installing other software,autocads,fromtpage etc..
it should be able to be corrected simply by copying another imm32.dll  accross from another pc to overrite the bad one.
cheers Barry

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problem solved. thanks.
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