Help with Error 3633

I have a VB6 Project that works fine under windows 98.
I made a setup for it, and installed it on another PC Running NT.When it encounters this line:

 Set ws = DBEngine.Workspaces(0)

I get an Error 3633. I can't seem to find what might be the problem. All the components were in stalled with the Setup. And bringing it up in Design give no error.

any ideas?
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The error itself is "Can't Load DLL <DLL Name>", which means that somehow one of the DLL's is not getting registered during setup.  I'd register your custom-DLL's, or any other DLL's that might be missing.
I had the same problem once.
Change DAO 3.6 to DAO 3.51.

I don't know why this change worked, why DAO 6.0 does not, perhaps someone reading can explain.

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tfy69Author Commented:
Yes. This worked!
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