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Help with dependency and vb5

Help with dependency and vb5

Help with dependency and vb5

(OP)
Help please.  I wrote a nice program in vb5 and used crystal reports 7 to design the reports.  The program compiles ok and runs ok on my PC. When I try to create a set up program for the program I get the following warnings

Could not find dependency information for

c:\windows\system\comctl32.ocx
c:\windows\system\cryptext.dll
c:\program files\seagate software\ shared\cdo32.dll
c:\program files\seagate software\ crystal reports\craxddt.dll
c:\program files\seagate software\activexviewer\sviewhelp.dll
c:\program files\seagate software\ crystal reports\craxdui.dll


Dependency for these files are out of date

cpeaut32.dll
crviewer.dll

If it means anything vb5 and CRW 7 are both installed on the same PC).

What does all this mean and how can I correct it so my program will work on other pc's.



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