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File Are out of date!!! Please help A.S.A.P !!!!

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Hi.

I made a package with the "packege and deployment wizard" and everything went well.

When i installd it on another system (both are the same windows2000) i get the setup error: " Setup cannot continue because some filef are out of date on your system.."

He ask me to restart' but it's not helping and the eror comes again.

WHAT TO DO?!?!?!?

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download vbrun60sp5.exe from http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;290887&Product=vb6 and run it before you run your setup.

you may also want to remove msvcrt.dll from your setup.lst
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by:RivKin
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to run it before i recreate the setup of befor i run the setup for installation?
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you need to run it on your client PC before you run the setup you created.

I hope you already have installed SP5 for VB6 !
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