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1. Is there any compatibility problems to be aware of when deploying a VB5 app developed on Windows 95 and deploying the app to Windows 98.

2. What problems can I expect if I upgrade the VB5 development system to Windows 98 and deploy the VB5 app on Windows 95.
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I can't say this categorically, but my guess would be:

1) No
2) None

We're developing our apps here under WinNT 4.0 SP5 and we never have any problems running them on Win9x at all.
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same here
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:-( Don't you just hate it when you only add a comment and then it gets accepted as an answer... with a "B".

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;-) Thanks for the points though.
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Caraf_q: I'm new at this EE site. :) I'll have to learn how to reward you experts when my questions are anserwed quickly and completely. Thanks.
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No problem, my comment was a bit tongue in cheek ;-)
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