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Hi all,
I have written a program that should be able to run both on Windows 98 and Windows 2000.

When I start the program on the 2000 machine,
it tells me that the reference is not found
ADO ext library for DDL and Security

When I open the code and select the reference manually (other version of that reference) the program runs fine.

Anyone has an idea?

Tim
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by:Éric Moreau
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Have you installed MDAC_TYPE.EXE ?
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No I don't have installed that.

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See www.microsoft.com/data to download and install the same version on your Win2K computer.
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