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CADKEY 97 I am using Windows XP Home. How can I get CADKEY 97 to work correctly. After installation, the installer indication statedthat I had to get System dll's. Where can I get these?

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I had a similar problem trying to run under Windows XP and 2000 Pro.

I deleted the file named opengl32.dll from the Cadkey directory and now everything works fine.

By the way, Cadkey would load up and it seemed to be OK until I needed to type anything in, then it would make a warning sound and ignored the key strokes.

I hope this helps and works for you.

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Try Compact Install. Using the standard one failed on my Vista, but for some reason Compact worked.

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