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Hi, I have an interesting problem, I compile an Active X Exe with no compatibility, then I make no changes to the exe. I go to properties of the project and set the project to binary compatibility with the .exe just created as the version compatible component, When I make the exe, during the time when progress bar says "writing exe" it gives me a linker error 1104.
I am using VB5.
I have a 13GB with 128MB RAM, PIII processor

Help!!!

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