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Posted on 1998-07-09
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I've got an Automation Error after running Wizard Setup. The program is Ok when I run it. I followed all steps corretly when I tried to make the setup copy.
I'm looking forward to solving this problem.
Thanks in advance.
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Question by:mpiece
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by:drasin
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Are you using a database with this application?  Any 3rd party libraries or controles?  
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mtoft earned 200 total points
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Try out the program DllLook from this site:

   http://www.slip.net/~thui/sharewar.htm

Its able to locate the DLL's used by your application... Make sure your setup program includes all the loaded dll's showed from this program..

/mtoft
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by:mpiece
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  Thanks everyone!!!
   I'm very happy now, because We've just solved this problem.
We've tried out to make the Setup in other format.The first one was NATIVECODE and the second one was PCODE.It's run.

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