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need to find some dlls ??

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Dear All,

Take me out of this problem.:)

Where i can find out these dlls. Because of these dlls i have problem of deploying sytem. It gives error of msado.tlb file cannot register and for this file is depenedent of these dlls if any body have else perception then pls let me know. Right now pls tell me where i can find these dlls.

- P2BBDE.DLL
- U25STORE.DLL
- U25TOTAL.DLL
- U2LBAR.DLL

i think these r dlls of crystal report writer if u have better idea then pls let me know
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by:arana
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maybe if you remove references that you DO NOT NEED
i will stop asking you for these files, but anyways they should be in your development PC.
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by:anthony_glenwright
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If you have Crystal installed, you will find the u*.DLL (these are crystal extensions, I think) in \Windows\Crystal.  The BDE DLL will probably be in \Windows\System or \Windows\System32
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Éric Moreau earned 100 total points
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About msado.tlb , find vb6dep.ini on your PC, open it in notepad and add this section:

[MSADO20.tlb]
Dest=$(CommonFilesSys)\ADO
Replace=mdac_typ.exe
CABFileName=mdac_typ.cab
CABDefaultURL=http://activex.microsoft.com/controls/vb6
CABRunFile=setup.exe

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by:shirjeel
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Thanks alot for ur comments. Let me try them

ok bye for now.
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by:Éric Moreau
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Any news?
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by:Éric Moreau
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Please maintain:

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by:shirjeel
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i will give u answer in couple of days
who is right or wrong
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by:Éric Moreau
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And the winner is ???
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by:shirjeel
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Thanks alot for the help.
:)
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