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Is VB transferable???

Posted on 1999-01-05
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I have just got a new computer on which I wish to put my compy of VB5, The CD has been damaged and I don't have a backup copy, is it possible to find out which files VB uses that are not in the VB directory, Ie. DLL's etc so that I can copy these across????
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Oh No,
Just too many files!

However, call Microsoft Tech. Support, they will replace your CD for around
5$. (Shipping and Hand.)


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