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Chiro 8000 will not start. Error message is missing w3dbav78.dll. Customer can not find his install disks. If there is anyone using this application who could email me the .dll file, it would be much appreciated. I'm hoping this is the only .dll file that is needed. I'll supply an address if someone has this application.
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wow. Never occured to me that that file was not specific to Chiro. I down loaded and installed the .dll file. Unfortunately it brought up a new error, something about an ODBC error. This is way over my head and would probably take a long time and a lot of questions. I give up. Thanks for pointing me to that file.
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