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Using VB6, SP3, NT.  Problem history:  Inherited computer from former employeee. Got a window: "Update is scheduled to run now Yes/No".  I clicked Yes.  Got a message that Norton Antivirus was up to date.  Then discovered that the system registry was HOSED!  After a great deal of sweat, I managed to get the system running again, then got VB to run again.  Several tools need re-registration also.  I got most of them fixed, but there are some which are evidently third party things.  If I knew where they were, I could re-register them.

Does anyone know anything about the following tools:

SSCheck, SSFrame, SSCommand, SSpanel, SSOption, SSRibbon, Outline (no "SS" on that last one). Please help. -- Norm
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sheridan 3d controls...threed32.ocx is the name of the file
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not sure about the outline one though
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Yes, the ss controls are Sheridan controls that come with Sheridan's Active Suite Plus.
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Are any of the three-d controls still shipped with VB 6.0?  I know they are on the VB 5.0 CD in the tools folder.  You just double click the Vbctrls.reg file to register them.
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Thank you all! -- Norm
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