Package & deployment

I am having trouble getting my ADO application to run on another computer. (WIN 95 and WIN 98) I used the "Package & Deployment" wizard
to create floppies.  At the end of running setup, the setup program said some of the files on the target machine were old
and I should reboot to continue.  I did that.  After PC rebooted
I ran the setup again, and all seemed to go fine.

When I tried to run the my application, I got the error msg
"ActiveX component can't create object or return reference to this object (Error 429)"

I finally coppied my MSADOR15.DLL (Ran regsvr32 if needed) to the target machine
Window\system folder. an this message went away.

Noe I get the error msg  "Run Time Error 3706   Method '~' of object '~' failed".

Thanks Microsoft... :)
What must I do now?
I need this to be very easy to install.  The users may not be very experienced computer users.

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pentominoAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question.
Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
Install DCOM98.EXE (which you can find on your VB CD) before doing your setup on WIN 9x computers.

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pentominoAuthor Commented:
I tried running DCOM98 after I ran the setup,  same problem
Then I uninstalled my app. and ran dom98 again, and then my setup.  That seemed to work. it was MSDAO15.DLL that made the 429 go away.

How can I make that part of the setup?
Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
You definitly have to run DCOM98 before your setup.

With PDW, I never found a way to automatically execute DCOM98.EXE.
pentominoAuthor Commented:
thanks, the program is running now.
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