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VB Setup Wizard - STKIT432.Dll Problem

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Hi, I have a vb5 project and want to make a setup program of same. When i run the setup wizard, i get this message - "No dependency information found for the following files - STKIT432.dll.
I tried to register this file but it gave the message - Cannot find entry point.
if i continue with the setup wizard ignoring this error, the setup disk are created but when i run setup from disk1, The files get copied but in the end i get the message - The file 'C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\$(DLLSelfRegisterEx)' could not be registered because it was not found. Then the setup removes the installation files.
Please send me a solution. Its urgent.
Thanx,
Asha.
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by:Eyal
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Try to replace in your computer the file from VB setup disk register it and try again.
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There is a update to the setup kit for vb5. Go to the microsoft web page and register for the owners access area. Then download the file. Run it. The install program will install the setup kit and fix the bugs.
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