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1)error message upon clicking on an .exe/it says my Msinit.ocx is wrong/more details ff; 2) what program do I need if i wish to open a .ppl thingey

All these questions have to do with my interest in the game of Contract Bridge:)

1) I downloaded from a French site (I am a polyglot), Willbridge their .exe.

I could see their nice window however, an error message followed re the Msinit.ocx. My windows is xp and I don't wish to upgrade to vista.

I actually use a Mac and have the parallels windows.

2) I get from Bridge Baron the "deal of the week" and it is a .ppl thingey (Poloroid palette plus or Harvard something originated). What program do I need to download to open the deal of the week in ppl though I actually get it just in a kind of adobo pdf. It is just printed in the email. I wanted the .ppl,it may be better

Can you help on both matters?

It is wonderful to have you there/you are most kind to help, greatly appreciate it.

Best,
Geneviève Béatrice Huang, M.D.

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What was the error message, also you are stating only problems, not questions, please be more specific into what you want to do so people can help you.

the only solution I can think of for the OCX error is to re-register it

Go to 'Start' -> 'Run', type (or copy/paste from here) 'regsvr32 C:\Windows\System32\MSINET.OCX' and press Enter (a message box normally appears containing 'DllRegisterServer in C:\Windows\System32\MSINET.OCX succeeded.')

Also you might have to update your .net frameworks (check microsoft update.

I went to the bridge barron site and only found this

http://www.greatgameproducts.com/weeklydeals/dealoftheweek.cfm

please link to the PPL file.

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