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I've created an install program for the program that i wrote. When i run the "Setup.exe" of the install program, the message shown below prompts out and the removal process is triggered.

the message:
The file 'C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\msftqws.pdw\$(DllSelfRegisterEx)' could not be registered because it was not found.

I noticed that the installation program halts if i add 'MSCAL.OCX' to the install list.

do advice me on this. Thank you.
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Solved my problem...
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