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...were complaining that my sample code didn't work on VS2005 *Saruman*. They were complaining about some conversion errors that kept coming up when calling LoadLibrary. So, here's a solution or two.

Solution 1: Change some settings.
Visual Studio 2005 defaults to having unicode ON. Not such a bad thing really, but sometimes it makes people...choke. Here's how you turn it off for a project:

Solution 2: Change some code.
You can replace the std::string with std::wstring, and don't forget to adjust the string literals to match as well (_T macro comes in handy here.)
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