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What vb run file do I need to run .Exe on any CPU?

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What vb run file do I need to run .Exe on any CPU with any version of VB.  I am using VB6.

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The required run time is the msvbvm60.dll
If you create the program with VB6, then you need the 6 runtime mentioned above.
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