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License information for this component not found problem threed32.ocx

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I am trying to edit a project on a new machine.  I installed VB6 and when I bring up the project the sheridan 3d controls will not load.  I get the licence info not found message  It says I do not have an appropriate licence.

I thought this Sheridan threed32.ocx came free with VB?

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I used this link from Microsoft support and it worked (VB6.0 not VB5.0)  This one named that specific control along with others.

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q177/7/99.ASP

Thanks,  you got me to look in the right place.
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Oh you were right I clicked on the first link first and missed the second one.
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