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I am distributing a program using winsock to connect to a server over the internet.
The program is being developed on Win98.
The Package and Deployment in VB is installing the Winsock..
eg
[Setup1 Files]
File2=@MSWINSCK.OCX,$(WinSysPath),$(DLLSelfRegister),$(Shared),12/6/00 12:00:00 AM,109248,6.0.89.88


What problem may i have running on w98.w200,xp etc

Appreiate any help
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jnagl earned 375 total points
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I think you will not have any problem, because the OCX is already 32 bits. I have a program running in W92, W2000, WXP and have no problems.

bye
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by:girish_its
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Hi,

    U can check mannually for the MSWINSCK.OCX in <windows>\system32 folder, if its not there put the OCX file there and mannually register it by running command from the run prompt in start menu.


regsvr32 "<path>\MSWINSCK.OCX"

If the OCX register's successfully then try to run the software.


Hope this will help u.

Bye.



   
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by:kennedymr
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Thanks for your help.
Appreciate the other comment added, thanks.
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