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"class register" problem

"class register" problem

"class register" problem

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I have never seen this before. I copied all of the files from my visual studio debug folder onto a flash drive and copied it into my two other computers at home and everything worked perfectly.

I then copied everything into my nephew's computer as he is the one that needs to run the application, and every time I have to execute an "InitializeComponent()" function I get a popup error saying that a class needs to be registered. Also there seems to be a "class register" problem when I utilize the Interop.AcroPDFLib.dll.

I have no idea why nor do I know what needs to be done.

I even recompiled the application in x86 mode instead of "any cpu" and it still doesn't work.

Does anyone have an idea what needs to be done?>

Thanks in advance,
Jerry

Jerry Scannell

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