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    Default A dynamic link library DLL initialization routine failed

    on this page: http://www.chapinrealtyfl.com

    For a dynamic slide show.

    Any clues? I've never seen this error before.

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    That is a local error. DLL's are code library files on your computer. If one that is required by a program that you are running fails to initialize, you will get that error. It has nothing to do with that page other than perhaps a program on your computer needed to view it. There is an error on that page though:

    Error: document.getElementById("cap") has no properties
    Source File: http://www.chapinrealtyfl.com/
    Line: 154
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    Did you ever resolve the DLL initialization problem? I am having a similar problem and am wondering how to fix it.

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    Nora

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    That is, as I said, a problem on the local computer. Many things can prevent a dll from loading. The file may be missing, corrupt (due to disk or other error) or out of date. Another program may have overwritten it. Some add on or update that didn't run correctly or that is incompatible with your set up may be responsible. A virus or trojan could be the cause. One approach is to copy the exact error you are receiving and Google it. Sometimes that will yield useful information. Also, go back over all your recent updates and make sure they installed correctly. Go back over any toolbars or other recent add ons, remove them to see if this fixes it. Scan for and eliminate any adware/spyware on your system. You can try reinstalling the program that is having the problem (best to eliminate viruses and trojans as possible causes first).
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