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Error G0432: Error opening dynamic library
I'm a new user for this program. I got stuck on the following:
When I ran Gauss code, the error message is : Loadlibrary error 126 occurred.
error G0432: 'C:\gauss13\dlib\PszTgSen.dll': Error opening dynamic library.
Can any one explain what does it mean and how to fix it?
The error you are reporting:
Loadlibrary error 126 occurred. error G0432:
Error opening dynamic library.
almost always happens because someone tries to load a 32-bit DLL in a 64-bit version of GAUSS (or the other way around). The other less common possibility is that the DLL you are referencing does not have all of its dependencies. You can check the DLL's dependencies with dependency walker on Windows, the command line tool otool on Mac or the command line tool ldd on Linux.
Aptech has made a 64-bit version of the particular DLL library that you are referencing. We will happily provide this library to anyone free of charge. To obtain it, send a request on the Aptech Contact Us page.