Creating a COM object with CF9 32-bit on Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit machine

I'm using a 32-bit version of CF9 and it's installed on a Windows Server 2008 R2 machine (64-bit).  The problem I'm running into is that it won't allow me to create a COM object - it gives me the error, "no ntvinv in java.library.path null" when I try to run,
<cfobject type="COM" action="CONNECT" name="Engine" class="JRO.JetEngine">
<cfcatch type="Any">
    <cfobject type="COM" action="CREATE" name="Engine" class="JRO.JetEngine">
Then when I run it a 2nd time, I get "An exception occurred when instantiating a COM object. The cause of this exception was that: java.lang.RuntimeException: Can not use native code: Initialisation failed."
Can you help me?

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