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Runtime 429 OLE Automation server can't create object

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I wrote an app in VB 4 which uses DAO to access an MDB database. It worked fine at work. I copied the files (frm, vbp, frx, mdb) to a floppy work on at home. When I try to run it at home I get a messege "Runtime 429. OLE automation server can't creat the object". Any ideas????
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Mellibo earned 100 total points
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There is a component ( or custom control) that is installed at Work but is not instaled at home ( or the version is minor).
At Work see the references and controls ( menu: Tools -> references, Tools -> Custom controls).
Excuse me if my english is not very well
 


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Thanks. I just reinstalled VB and it worked like a charm.
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