Posted on 2003-03-14
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When I make a setup using PD Wizard, I naturally get messages about dependency files. I'm getting used to live with them:P

Q1) Is there a way to get all updated dependencies at once?

I search the latest dependencies of the necessary files and make my setup. This is usually working. But not always. Sometimes, the wizard says "everything's OK, fine, the weather is sunny:) the setup is complete!" .But when I try to install it, it barely gives various errors. Like invalid command lines in setup.exe, File not found etc.


Question by:medenizme

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igfp earned 120 total points
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Well this deppends on witch controls are you using. Try to install from microsoft the Visual Studio Installer. It's free to download and install. Then make the setup as a Visual Basic Project and it'll give you the dependencies. I believe this should do the trick!

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