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Crystal XI in C# - Method IPromptingHTMLRenderOption error when running Parameter reports

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I am using Crystal XI ActiveX viewer in C# (VS 2003).
I can display reports that do not prompt for parameters but when I try to display a report that would ask for parameters then I get the following message.

Method 'IPromptingHTMLRenderOption_reserve10' type 'CrystalDecisions.ReportAppServer.Prompting.PromptingHTMLRenderClass' from assembly
'CrystalDecisions.ReportAppserver.Prompting, version=11.0.3300.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=692fbea5521e1304' is overriding a method that has been overriden.

Has anyone any ideas waht might be causing this?
I have .Net framework 1.1 and 2.0 on the machine.

I am a bit confused because I am not using a browser to display the report it is just on a normal C# form in the Crystal Viewer.

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Andy
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I have managed to resolve the issue by upgrading Visual studio to 2005.
Articles on the web were pointing to version issues of .Net Framework, Crystal and all sorts of things so this seemed to be the easiest solution.
My installation is now .Net Framework 2.0, Visual studio 2005, Crystal XI SP2

Andy
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