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VB 5 Question

VB 5 Question

VB 5 Question

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I get an error when trying to install an app I compiled. Basically the error reads "Invalid command line arguments". I had to un-install, unregister a couple of OCX, and then re-install VB 5 just to be able to open it up. It was complaining about License information was out of date for the COMDLG32 and COMCTL OCXs. After performing these couple of steps I was able to open up the project in VB 5 again and execute it fine from within the IDE. Creating the exe performed without any problems too it was only when trying to run the SETUP.exe. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Rob

RE: VB 5 Question

This is the General database forum! Try forum222

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