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License information for this component not found?????

Posted on 1998-02-07
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I just did a complete reinstall of NT 4.0 and Visual Basic 5.0 Pro. But now when I try to use any of the controls from Comctl32.ocx like the toolbar, status bar, etc. I get the error:
"License information for this component not found. You do not have an appropriate license to use this functionality in the design evnironment."

I've tried reinstalling VB again but no luck. What did I do wrong or miss?
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Question by:LostOne
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by:shogi
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Probably you have the wrong OCX version: take a look you need
Comctl32.ocx with the date 28-02-97 15:23.
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erund earned 100 total points
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Try running VisualBasic 5.0 Setup, Press UNINSTALL & when the UNINSTALL completed, restart your computer.
After it, install again VisualBasic 5.0 to OTHER FOLDER.
On my computer it works!!!
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          E. Rundstein
          talrun@actcom.co.il
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by:superboy
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just a new answer to solve yr prob..
some of the old controls u have in vb4 are not
uninstalled ..so u cannot use them in vb5...
u have to have vb4 in yr computer to be able to use them in vb5..
don't uninstall vb4 if u need the control in vb5..

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