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The SAP GUI was recently installed on my pc and now I'm getting the following error message when I start a VB 6 project:

Visual Component Manager : Subscript out of range.

I have found some references to this error on EE and can disable the error message by unchecking Visual Component Manager 6.0 in the Add In Manager for load at startup.  

My question is  how do I get rid of this error with Visual Component Manager enabled?
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I got this error three days back when I installed some third party tool in my computer. Despite surfing through MSDN and other knowledge based sites there was no solution I could get. You will have uninstall VB and reinstall it to get rid of this error. Even reinstalling without uninstalling would not help.
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