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How can I tell what service pack is installed on a machine?

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I thought it was on the Help-About screen in VB 6.0 but it doesn't seem to be there.

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your right... it should be at the top of the about screen in brackets .. just looked on mine and it shows up...

What edition do you have?
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If you have a service pack installed you will see

Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 (SP5)

Service Pack 5 is installed

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It should read "Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0(sp5)" on the first line....
do you have any service packs installed?
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It's in the registry:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\CSDVersion
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You're looking for VB service pack?

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\6.0\ServicePacks
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Mine shows (SP3) on the top line, right next to Microsoft Visual Basci 6.0

I seem to recall it being blank before I added the SP.
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And...

you can also read it on your so-called "splash-window" (the first window at startup of VB).
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It is on my personal machine, but the one at the client site doesn't have it.  So I guess they don't have any SPs installed (though they claim to!).

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