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VB6 on ME?

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Is it safe to install VB6 on a PC running on ME. Everything seems to work but I notice that it is not returning the true version number of a file if I check its properties. So I was wondering if VB6 is supported by ME.

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Merlin007
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leojl earned 100 total points
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hi

I am certain that VB6 is supported by ME.

I did have VB6 on my computer with Windows 98 and then I installed ME and did not see any change. Now I am running Windows 98 and VB6, because I just moved and cannot find my ME disk.

It may be that version numbers get screwed up when you install a new operating system.

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hi again merlin007

I just checked your profile and note that you have asked 3 questions , but graded 0 since long ago.

05/16/01 .... did no one try to answer your questions?
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Hi leojl

The three questions were asked yesterday and I am just leaving them open for another day to see what answers I get.

Thanks

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hi merlin007,

ok

I did find my ME cd so I may install it again.

Then I can tell you for sure that VB6 works ok
in an ME OS system.

leo
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Hi leojl
Any luck with tye test?

Merlin007
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by:leojl
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hi merlin,

thanks for the points etc....i still have not changed from win98 to ME...busy,busy,busy after selling a condo and buying a house and moving 1250 miles from san diego to ocean shores washington.

two deer were were eating grass in our yard this evening..
this place is fantastic..deer,seagulls,eagles,ducks,pheasents ...etc etc.

hard to find time for the computer.

leo
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Hi leojl
Sounds like you have it sorted. Living in a natural enviroment is great. I am working from home here in Ireland. I am also with nature in fact I have a farm as well as the S/E job. Worked for a few years in the city...didn't like it.

Let me know when you get ME going. I am working with it at the moment and it seems OK.

Merlin007
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