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If the directoy trees of the old and new boxes match, and if the programs in the direcotries are all the same, I would assume there is a problem with the setup of the new Perl.

I would try re-installing the Win32::ole stuff looking for any error. If that doesn't help, try installing Perl 5.14 to try and match your old setup exactly.

If it still doesn't work, do it all again until it does.


In reply to Re: Win32:OLE errors when running same code on Windows XP by Anonymous Monk
in thread Win32:OLE errors when running same code on Windows XP by HelenCr

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