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unexpected error: error in the dll. looking for ob


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iFlyJets

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Got a big problem trying to run a program for keeping track of flying hours.

As far as i know it is a MS Acces based system.

I keep getting the following error and have absolutely no idea what it means or how to go about fixing it:
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unexpected error: error in the dll. looking for object with clsid: {00000010-0000-0010-8000-00AA006D2EA4}
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I had no problem running this program on my old system (ME) but now that i transferred to na new laptop with XP Pro i can't use it. The program is invaluable to me but i am in despair trying to search on the internet for a fix/cure.
Any help is much appreciated.
Thank You,
iFlyJets

PS; The program is called Airfile, it is available for download free at www.declanward.com

The problem happens consistently when I try to launch the application, as the program tries to open up it happens, as a result i have not been able to use it whatsoever on my notebook.
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are you running the latest version of the program? If you are, have you tried launching the program in compatability mode?
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yes this is definitely the latest version.

By compatibility mode what do you mean?

I have to apologise i'm a bit of a novice.

Thanks for your help,

iFlyJets
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closing as a duplicate post. user getting help in other post.

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