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Not able to Add Components(Registry?)

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Hi,
I have a strange Problem and I hope somebody can help me

If I start VB with an empty standard Project an I try to add some components to the Toolbar I always get the Errormessage
0x80004002 Interface Not supported.

So I am not able to add some controls.
Do anybody know how to fix the Problem?


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Cause and solution documented here:

PRB: System Error "No Such Interface Supported"

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;183370
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Thank you very much!
It works
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