May 2 2003, 09:43 PM
When I try to install FlashFXP I get the following message "This application uses CTL3D32.dll which is not correct version. The version of CTL3D.32 is designed only for windows NT systems." If I click ok then it goes ahead to install its self. I'm running windows 98 on my pc so should I just ignore the message and go ahead and install?
May 3 2003, 12:47 AM
CTL3D32.dll is the dll that parses the program's calls to write 3d buttons and other controls.
The fact that the installer knew to check whether or not the version was signed for NT-based kernels or not means (to me at least) that the system chose to use its version of the dll instead of the one trying to be installed.
At least that's how I remember DLL hooks being passed in 95/98.
Does FlashFXP work? (if it does, you should be fine, as it would cull the hook into that dll as soon as it started.)
May 3 2003, 12:53 AM
It's all about the Wu.....heheh.....tmi....info overload.....
May 3 2003, 10:47 AM
Hey thanks for the reply. I haven't installed it yet cause I wanted to make sure it would be ok to go on installing it.
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