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vb Service Pack5 install reports error "Not a valid Windows NT app"

Posted on 2001-07-30
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I have downloaded from the web Visual basic service pack 5

vs6spvb5.exe  58 mb

Attempting to run this app on my NT pc reports in a msgbox "Not a Valid Windows NT Application"

Any suggestions/fix much appreciated
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are you sure it downloaded all the way? I've had the trouble where it gets to about 60% and then dies. I've had similar errors as to what you're getting. try downloading it again maybe...
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Please download it agian and it will be much better if you use getright to download this software. i donot think so that withouth the help of the softwares like getright it is possible to download such a long application from web specially from the microsoft site where thousands of users try to same.

please download it completly because when i have download the .net package i got the similar errors but with the help of getright it become possible.

Bye

loveneesh
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2nd download works ok

thanks to both for suggestions
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