[VB6] - installation trouble

Posted on 2003-03-31
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Last Modified: 2010-05-01
My program is one form, with only textboxes, labels, command buttons, and a main menu. I used Inno Setup Compiler to create an installation program (setup.exe). To test it, I tried to install it on a Win95 machine. All went well with the installation, but when I ran the program, it gave me an error that said something like: "Missing dll file MSVBVM60.DLL" I created and compliled the program with VB6 on a WinXP machine and it installs fine there. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
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Éric Moreau earned 200 total points
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be sure that all the files listed in your setup.lst created by PDW are included into your INNO package (except MSVCRT.DLL)

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thanks, i think that should work. i'll let you know after i test it.

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