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I am running vb5.0 - when i try to put a msflexgrid control
on a form i get a error - no license - The control is registered - i have used this control in about 10 programs
is my registry junk ? how can i remove the license requirement. i am running on an NT 4.0 box
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mskannan earned 50 total points
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hi diamondp,
Go to the following question and see the answer and suggestions, I think it will surely help you solve your problem.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q.10075562

mskannan
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by:diamondp
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Hi mskannan

A vb5 app was installed and put a license lock on the msflxgrd
control.

The problem was fixed by using the " vbc.exe " (Vbcmpfix.exe)
File i downloaded from Microsoft.

Thanks for the help


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by:diamondp
ID: 1434204

Hi mskannan

A vb5 app was installed and put a license lock on the msflxgrd
control.

The problem was fixed by using the " vbc.exe " (Vbcmpfix.exe)
File i downloaded from Microsoft.

Thanks for the help


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by:diamondp
ID: 1434205

Hi mskannan

A vb5 app was installed and put a license lock on the msflxgrd
control.

The problem was fixed by using the " vbc.exe " (Vbcmpfix.exe)
File i downloaded from Microsoft.

Thanks for the help
          diamondp

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