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I'm putting my Visual Basic 5.0 Professional application on another machine that does not have Visual Basic on it. It's almost certain there will be missing resource files(DLLs for example)  that I need to copy along with my regular VB5 files.

How do I get a list of those? I tried using the "Setup Wizard" but it crashes because I have missing OCX files. I did an upgrade from 4.0 to 5.0 recently, and maybe something was wrong with the upgrade CD I purchased.

Does VB5 have a writeup pertaining to the missing OCX files?
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You can download ALL the required files from the following web address
http://www.softseek.com/Utilities/VBRUN_Files/Review_11110_index.html

As for the OCX error, it could be a REGISTRY problem. Do a REGEDIT and search for the OCX file in question. If you find an entry that points to a file that DOESN'T EXIST, DELETE THE ENTRY out of the registry.

WARNING!: Before deleting registry keys, it's reccomended to use the EXPORT function in regedit to export the keys from the registry as a backup.
for more info contact jlove1@email.usps.gov
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