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i having problem register crystl32.ocx when running the installation general from VB package. i have try to register it with myself by using regsvr32 and even downlad the pacth file for it but can't work.

when i running the program, keep prompt the error "339- failed to register or file not found.

can i know teh solution for this problem.
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Try copy the crystl32.ocx to your System folder first.
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well! since u create package using VB. u need to modify a file in your setup file:-

1) open the file called "setup.lst"...
2) open with notepad...
3) search for the "MSCAL.ocx"
4) delete the letter "Ex" from the register=$(DLLSelfregisterEx)
5) the save the file ..re-run the installation..
6) if still can't then u need to recreate the installation
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"MSCAL.ocx" is the calendar from Access. It has nothing to do with CR. Do you still have problems?
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make sure that you have the file crpe32.dll in the same \system directory as your crystl32.ocx
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