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I am developing on a win98 machine and have set up an application on a winME machine with loading errors galore..  can I do this or do I have to be running winME too  

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daveherrmann earned 20 total points
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Hi
It doesn't matter what operating system you develop on and deploy to (however there are a couple problems with nt and the 3d controls).  Are you running with service pak 5 for vb6?  Or are you running a previous version?  As long as your current with service paks you should be fine.

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Thanks..  Have found out that my setup program needs to have a file msdbrtptr.dll   Have the points for your trouble..  Derek.
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