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Your file OCI.dll is corrupt or missing. You could so a system restore to a date before your trouble. However, this may or may not work. Worth a try though.

Do a search in Windows explorer (or my Computer) for the file. If you manage to find it, right click it and choose "properties" Now take note of the version of the file.

(If you are lucky, you might find it in the Recylce Bin - if so, just restore it)

Next, if you can't find it but have the CD/DVD from which it came, you should copy the file (making sure you have expanded it if it is a compressed file) to the C:/Windows/System folder.

You may be tempted to download the file from the net. Only use this as a last resort. The version of the file is important. If you were able to find the file version, make sure you get the same version from the net.

Reboot, and try again. If you get the same error message, go to
Start
Run
type in regsvr32 oci.dll (note the space between 2 and o)
and press enter.

If you suspect that a program crashed and caused the loss of oci.dll, uninstall (via Control Panel) and reinstall the program.

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Your file OCI.dll is corrupt or missing. You could so a system restore to a date before your trouble. However, this may or may not work. Worth a try though.

Do a search in Windows explorer (or my Computer) for the file. If you manage to find it, right click it and choose "properties" Now take note of the version of the file.

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Reboot, and try again. If you get the same error message, go to
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and press enter.

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