Re: [Emerald] crystl32.ocx file
Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Wed, 09 Dec 1998 22:23:09 -0800
Ben Conner wrote:
> What role does the crystl32.ocx file play in Emerald? I am getting an error message "Can't load (or register) custom control CRYSTL32.ocx" when I try to run Emerald.
> I recently applied SP4 to NT4. The directory information for the crystlxxx files are:
> Directory of M:\WINNT\system32
> 11/08/98 04:00p 19,194 crystl19.tlb
> 11/08/98 04:00p 559 crystl32.dep
> 11/08/98 04:00p 993,996 crystl32.ocx
> 08/29/96 04:00p 16,086 crystl32.tlb
> 11/08/98 04:00p 19,194 crystl49.tlb
> On an NT server where Emerald still works I have the following:
> Directory of C:\WINNT\system32
> 02/03/97 08:58p 116,224 CRYSTL32.OCX
> Can Emerald use the more recent ocx controls? Tried reinstalling it but couldn't get past this file during installation.
Emerald 2.2 and 2.1 uses that file to get to the print engine,
crpe32.dll. Emerald 2.5 does not use that file anymore and accesses
the print engine directly. You need the same version of the
and crystl32.tlb files. I believe you must also have the same version
of the crpe32.dll as well.
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