I just ran into a scary situation.
I already had LO 3.3 installed on a Win2K system and working great. That
system also had OOo 3.2.1 installed and working. I upgraded the OOo to 3.3 to
compare OOo & LO and after that neither one would start. It was complaining
about the file MSVCR90.DLL missing. I searched the entire system drive and it
was indeed not there. Apparently it had been there previously since LO
worked. All that I can assume is that the OOo3.3 install deleted it. Seems
REALLY strange to delete a file that you need. During both installs there was
an error message about not finding some entry point into the kernel to set
the Heap Size, but neither time did it stop the install. Could these problems
BTW, I checked on my wife's computer which only has OOo and it had the dll so
I was able to copy it to my computer and get LO and OOo running again.
Without that I would have been is dire straits.
Has anyone else seen this?
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