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Default Error 5 and error 3077

Hi everybody,
I have the following problem:
I am trying to install a program I made with Install Shield Express 12.
The source of the program is running without errors, but after installation with Install Shield Express (which installation is without errors), I get, when running the program, on several occasions error 5 and error 3077. Because the source is without problems I suspect that there is a DLL missing in the installation.
Has anyone an idea what can be wrong? I assume that when the source is OK the program after installation should run without errors.
Any help would be appreciated.


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