The reason this problem occurs is because the BlueDragon installer looks in the Windows registry in order to decide if the OS is 32-bit or 64-bit. It looks for the presence of this Registry key:
It appears that that key is present even on a 32-bit OS when the SQL Server Reporting Services are installed. So the installer then installs 64-bit DLLs which is incorrect.
The solution is:
Look in your registry and see if you have the following registry key:
If you do, you will need to:
2) rename this registry node to Wow6432Node.save
3) uninstall BlueDragon.NET.
4) Rerun the BlueDragon.Net installer and your 32-bit standard license key should then work.
5) Name the registry node back to Wow6432Node.