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System Error &H80004002 No such Interface

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Hello all.

Using: Visual Basic Professional Edition 6 SP3

Start up VB6, no problem.
Create standard .EXE, no problem
Go to Project, Components to add a non standard control. Big problem.

No controls, Designers, Insertable Objects are listed. If I browse, the .ocx files are in winnt/system32 like they should be. If i tried to add it, same error (System Error &H8...)

I have tried the following:
Uninstall/Reinstall - Same problem
Registering the ocx files with regsvr32 and retrying - Same problem.

Any clues?
TIA
Daren
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"PRB: System Error 'No Such Interface Supported'"

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q183/3/70.ASP
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Thanks bro
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