MSINET.OCX

Hi,

I have reformated my computer recently and now reinstalled VB6 with sp5.

For some reason I did not had the Msinet.ocx in my component list, so I downloded it and registred it with regsvr32.

Now it shows in vb but when I try to drag it to a form vb tell me that I dont have a licence for that component.

I have been using this ocx before, has never been a problem, what am I missing ?
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SNilssonAsked:
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JNSTAUBCommented:
from where did you download it, i didn't  see it available on MS  download? i update VB6 with sp5 without difficulty, try again
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SNilssonAuthor Commented:
Dont remember from where, but I also had support files from my project containing msinet.ocx, I tried that file also same effect.

Apply the sp5 patch again ?
Sure, I can run it again, but there was no errors and everything else is working as expected.

When I installed Visual studio I installed everything but C++, could it be that Msinet.ocx is installed along with that ?
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bhagyeshtCommented:
install the active x option of visual studion inet comes within that.

still if you want you can download it from
http://workshops.prohosting.com/dev/cgi-bin/download.cgi?msinet

check the legalities for using it
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SNilssonAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I must have missed/unchecked that install option the first time :)
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bhagyeshtCommented:
Glad could help!
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DaveRowlandCommented:
I had a similar thing like that... but with VB.NET... sorted now
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bhagyeshtCommented:
:)
Bhagyesh Trivedi
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eljakimCommented:
Try to unregister en reregister it worked for me ;)
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rcruxCommented:
make shure you have the latest IE version installed
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londoner81Commented:
does this work for Excel VBA? I'm getting same error for a macro I've written.
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