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VB6 Setup trouble - cannot self register dll

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Hi,
I am made a setup program in VB6 but am getting the message "c:\windows\temp\msftqws.pdw\$dllselfregister could not be registered because it was not found." And the setup is removed. Can somebody please help ?
Its URGENT.
Thanx,
Asha.
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when u got this msg - reset the machine. the software is installed. checked.
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by:ashas
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By reseting the machine the job is done but i can't ask my clients to reset there machines when they get this message. Please is there a permanent solution to this problem ???
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Check this site :http://www.pncl.co.uk/~sbutler/tips/tip6.htm
it deals with same problem when using the MSCAL control.
maybe u have the same problem with other control, and the
cure fits u in a way.
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