From: kilikini on 07/02/2000
I was just told that if you get an invalid page error (I was getting a repeated one with cooledit.dll) it may mean that more than one programs are using that file simultaneously. The error may be occuring because that file (most likely in the Windows Registry) that is duplicated, could have two different versions in the system.
For example, my cooledit.dll was causing the error because Photoshop, Illustrator and Acrobat were all using the file, but 3 different versions of the file. I installed an older version of the photoshop cooledit.dll file over the new acrobat file and as a result, photoshop no longer opened.
I don't know if this will help your situation or not, but I had to reformat and reinstall the programs in the order in which they came out. Photoshop first, Illustrator second, and Acrobat 3rd. The sytem works fine now.