I encounter this run-time error only when I run the executable on a machine that does not have the VB 4.0 development environment on it. The app was developed with VB4.0 and has a couple of 3rd party controls in it.
The application is wrapped using Install Shield before being distributed.
Is there a procedure, utility or VB method which will help me trace which DLL is the cause of the above problem.
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