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MSLU(Unicows.dll) can not be found

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I am using crystal reports 9.0 and VB 6.0. I have created the installable with Installshield 5.5.
When i installs my software in Win98 it gives the following message "The Microsoft Layer for Unicode(Unicows.dll) can not be found. This program will now exit".

I have tried to manually register Unicows.dll but it also fails.

Please suggest me something.
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Here are the instructions for obtaining the proper file: http://support.businessobjects.com/library/kbase/articles/c2011871.asp

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