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20532 Cannot find database Dll

Posted on 2006-06-20
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I have done some searching and this is a problem with a .dll for CR. I tried to register the dll and I get a message saying that it failed. I tried to reinstall the application (out application not CR) to see if that would fix the problem but it didn't. We don't have CR on the client machine so installing it to fix the problem would not be an option. Has anyone been able to fix this in the past? The only thought I had was booting from a cd and replcing the dlls that may be corrupted but I don't know if I need any others besides that one. Thank, arajoe.
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by:arajoe
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and we are using CR8 with VB6
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If the dll you are trying to register has any dependants, you have to copy those depandants into the same place where the dll and try register again.
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