Error after installing Project???

Hi
I created a Setup with VB6. I installed the project on one machine and it worked fine.
But on the second computer the menu comes up but then when I want to run something from the menu I get this error:

Looking for object with CLSID
00000010-0000-0010-8000-00AA006D2EA4
SetProtectionWBDATAERROR

I have no clue that this means?

bufbod007Asked:
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alfaromeoCommented:
That is most likely a missing ActiveX control error .Recreate the setup
and try it first on the same machine.
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gooodyCommented:
Are you using Any ACtiveX controls in your application?. As alfaromeo says it might be problem with ACTIVEX components.
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gashevCommented:
Hi!
In registry in key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID contents all registered activex controls in windows.
If you use unregistered  controls, you receive errors.
For register controls you can use regsvr32.exe in windows\system.
Example:

regsvr32.exe mycontrolname.ocx

After you give message  

"DllRegisterServer in mycontrolname.ocx succeeded."

If you use key /s you ungive message.
All keys for regsvr32.exe you can give on regsvr32.exe /?

Or you can create .reg file for mycontrolname.ocx and add in registry.

Also possible, error your coherent with dataes for your control what use your control.You correct registry your control.Create .reg file in your setup program. In run setup program add command for add .reg file in registry.

Bye.

goleg@zahav.net.il  
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