Run-Time error 429

I use a MAPI custom controls in my project, It runs without nay problem with Win ME, and when i make a setup program and run the Exe file from WinXp, before showing the target form that contains the control, an error msg appears:
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- Run-time error '429'
- You do not have an appropriate license to use this functionality
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In the same time another project that uses the same control runs okay in the same plateform.

Why that msg appear?

thanks
elzohry
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gencrossConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Here is an MS article.  Hope it helps.

PSS ID Number: Q152609
Article last modified on 01-11-2001
 
WINDOWS:4.0
 

 

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The information in this article applies to:
 
 - Microsoft Visual Basic Standard Edition, 32-bit, for Windows, version 4.0
- Microsoft Visual Basic Professional Edition, 16-bit, for Windows, version 4.0
- Microsoft Visual Basic Professional Edition, 32-bit, for Windows, version 4.0
- Microsoft Visual Basic Enterprise Edition, 16-bit, for Windows, version 4.0
- Microsoft Visual Basic Enterprise Edition, 32-bit, for Windows, version 4.0
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SYMPTOMS
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A Visual Basic program runs properly on the development computer. The executable
file, along with the associated control (.OCX) and .DLL files, are copied to
another computer. Attempting to run the program on the other computer results in
the error 424 with the following message:
 
   You do not have an appropriate license to use functionality.
 
CAUSE
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 - The controls or DLLs used by the program were not registered in the system
  registry of the other computer.
 
 - Some controls used by the program require dependency files that need to be
  installed and registered in the other computer.
 
 - Some files, such as those for JET, are required to be in specific
  directories.
 
WORKAROUND
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Use the Setup Wizard in Visual Basic to create an installation program that
copies all the required files to the correct locations and makes the proper
registry modifications. To install the program into another computer, use the
installation program and the compressed files developed using Setup Wizard to
properly install the program.
 
STATUS
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This behavior is by design.
 
MORE INFORMATION
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Visual Basic version 4.0 uses substantially more OLE components than version
3.0. These components have dependency files and require system registry
modifications. Even if another setup program is used, Setup Wizard should be run
on your application to allow the Wizard to determine all the necessary files
needed by your program.
 
To reduce the number of required program files, remove unneeded controls from the
project in the Custom Controls dialog box by following the steps below:
 
1. From the Tools menu, click Custom Controls, or press CTRL+T to display the
  Custom Controls dialog box.
 
2. In the Custom Controls dialog box, clear the checkboxes of the unneeded
  controls. Click OK to close this dialog box.
 
3. From the Tools menu, click References to display the References dialog box.
  Clear the checkboxes of the unneeded controls. Click OK to close this dialog
  box.

 
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elzohryAuthor Commented:
Thanks of your comment, and Sorry for Grading B.

elzohry
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gencrossCommented:
Ok, but why grade B?
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elzohryAuthor Commented:
Because i am sure that my error msg is
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Run-time error '429'
- You do not have an appropriate license to use this functionality
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and i belive that the error due to registry probelm, but i dont know why.
and i lastly found that when i compile my project and run it in XP it shows the error msg, and in another time it works ok.
My be a GOUST!!!

elzohry
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