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I have installed TOAD to my pc and have all connection environment setup to the oracle db.
At point of login to the database, this is the error that I get:
OCI.DLL - The specified module could not be found.

A search thru my disk shows that I have OCI.DLL in \oracle\ora90\bin

What is TOAD expecting?
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Question by:JamilahMS
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Oracle 10g stores this installation information to:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ORACLE\KEY_[home name].
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