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Object server not correctly registered?

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I have recently reformated my hard drive and reinstalled Visual Basic 4 - Pro/32.  Now when I try to add a custom control, I get the message "Object server not correctly registered".  This did not happen before. What could be the cause?
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ngpudding earned 100 total points
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Did you check the control file existence ? If the file does not exists, there will be a ":Not Found" line just beside the control. If the file do exists, maybe you can try using Regocx32.exe in the Setup directory of VB.


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ngpudding
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