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Installing on old ver of win95

Installing on old ver of win95

Installing on old ver of win95

I have a out of process local server. We'll call it svrA. svrA is called from MsOutlook. svrA updates an Access database with data from the outlook form. Works fine on my development system (vb6 ). Works fine on my laptop (VB5 or VB6, I've upgraded it to VB6 since it didn't work somewhere, so I know it works in both compiled versions of VB). I sent the VB5 version to someone(we'll call this system A). Had a problem will an MSAccess DLL on system A. Upgraded to compiled version to VB6. I sent the compiled VB6 version back to system A and ran setup. This updated some files in such a way as to cause a reboot as I suspected it would. It solved the database opening problem but now I'm having a problem with CreateObject in Outlook. I get "Internal Application Error" when I press the update database button. I know from debugging that it is the create object command of outlook that is causing this. I suspect that the problem is an old version of win95, but I don't have enough experience to know what to do. Also, after it wouldn't work, I did uninstall and searched and deleted all references to svrA. In Outlook I'm doing:
set A = item.application.createobject("svrA.CClass"). Please help. Thank You.

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