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I've build an app that uses ADO 2.5 and have installed it successfully on multiple machines.  There is one box in particular, however, that it will not run on.  This box has the same basic software config as the others...

The runtime that I get is "Run time error '430': Class does not support Automation or does not support expected interface"

I looked at MSDN and found info that this is a ado dll versioning thing - http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q259/3/79.ASP however this article pretty much says that you need to use ado 2.0 (Msado20.tlb) if you want backward compatibility.  That seems ludicrous to me!  The setup for the app automatically includes an install of MDAC 2.5 so that dll should be there...

Anyone experience this or have a suggestion?

Thanks.
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chandukb earned 50 total points
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I had this problem once, Here is what I did:

I checked the ado dlls once client machine againes my
development machine and I found that the client has two
ado dlls one is the old one(because of a different app installation) and a new one with my installation, I deleted
the old one and reinstalled my app, then everything works fine.

Hope this helps.

Just make sure the versions are same in your client and
development machine.

Chandu
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by:Richie_Simonetti
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Take your mdac files from your Service pack on development machine and reinstall them on target machine. Believe me.
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by:TimCottee
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The question is, did your installation package actually include MDAC 2.5? Sometimes even though you have installed this it does not get included in the package because the version of MDAC_TYP.EXE in the \program files\microsoft visual studio\vb98\wizards\pdwizard\redist folder is not the correct one. Check the version of this file in this folder first, you may well find that it is actually 2.0 rather than 2.5 and therefore the older version is being included in the installation package.
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by:jogmen
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Appreciate all the help...will try out your suggestions and let you know.  Thanks!
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