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Posted on 2003-11-11
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Im getting the below message when I try to bulid a project in VB6 enterprise:

Run Time error '429'.
License information for this component not found. You do not have an appropriate license to use this functionality in the design environment.

I have downloaded VB6CLI and this runs fine but I still get the above error

Any ideas ???
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There are some controls that need to be registered seperatly on your machine. They are not usually automatically installed correctly with VB6. You will find all these files on the installation disk.
These controls are :
ANIBTN32.OCX
DBGRID32.OCX
GAUGE32.OCX
GRAPH32.OCX
GRID32.OCX
KEYSTA32.OCX
MSCHART.OCX
MSOUTL32.OCX
SPIN32.OCX
THREED32.OCX

After copying to System32 would need to merge the following into the registry (There is a readme in the same directory as the controls on the setup disks)
VBCTRLS.REG
MSCHART.REG
DBGRID.REG
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Do you have any of the Service Packs for VB6 installed?
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