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Can not run Unicode version of ATL.DLL on Windows 95.

My operating system is Windows 98 SE and my email client is Outlook Express (OE) 6.0. While click on the OE icon to launch it, a pop up with title ATL mentioned "Can not run Unicode version of ATL.DLL on Windows 95. Please install the correct version. When click OK, a pop up with title Outlook Express mentioned "Outlook Express could not be started because MSOERES.DLL could not be found.Outlook Express may not be installed correctly.

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  • Ahdi Apr 16, 2008

    Actually, I have already tried it. The situation has improved but when click the Outlook Express icon, the earlier pop-up still appear that is "Can not run Unicode version of ATL.DLL on Windows 95. Please install the correct version.", although the latter part has been solved. Well, my internet service provider only support Microsoft Outlook Express email client at the moment.

  • Ahdi Apr 17, 2008

    Hi Jemthy and all those out there who need it,

    I have found the solution. I have tried it and it works!

    The solution is:
    Find and allocate a atl.dll file in the hdd e.g. in the Adobe Acrobate 6.0 reader folder. Extract the file and replace the atl.dll file in the Windows system folder with the extracted file.

    The steps are as follows:

    Click Start and select Find/Files or Folders. Type atl.dll in the Named box. Click Find Now and you will get the location of the atl.dll file in hdd. Select Start/Run, type SFC in the 'Open' box and press enter. When System File Checker opens, select 'Extract One File from installation disk'. Now enter atl.dll in the search box and press enter. When the 'Extract File' window opens, type the location of the atl.dll file found e.g. , C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat 6.0\Reader in the 'Restore From' box. The 'Save file in:' box should read C:\Windows\System. Now select 'OK' and follow the prompts.

    So, learn it and keep up your good work!!

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Hi,
http://www.fix-all-dll-errors.com/msoeres.dll/

u can go to this site...this will help in case of missing or for downloading dll's or also if there is errors in dll's..!
I also registered few dll's from this site...worked in my case :)

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Your outlook express is corrupted you need to re install it or upgrade it . download outlook express in install or go to microsoft site and download the new internet explorer and install it because the outlook express is pack in the internet explorer. If still not working use microsoft outlook instead

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

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    jemuel osorio Apr 18, 2008

    anyway thanks for the rating my friend

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Fig. 01
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