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I have installed VB4-32 bit and yet when I want to use the MSCOMM32 control. I receive and error indicating that the license information for this component is not available, and that I need the license to use the control in the design environment. But it came with VB4 so what is going on?
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The address to download the file is:

ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/Softlib/MSLFILES/VBC.EXE

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The response was timely and on the correct track. However, the Microsoft KB answer is for VB5 not VB4. Therefore the VBCFix program works if you have VB5 installed but not VB4.

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