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VB6 active X controls showing errors while making exe which were created in intel PIV computers in win98 or win2000 OS

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In VB6 Enterprise Edition ActiveX Control(.ocx) has been created on Intel P4 machine and added 2 the project and i have copied the same Project as well as ActiveX control on Intel PII/PIII machine. When i am opening the project on PII/PIII machine (Win98,win2000) it is giving the error "Errors occurred during load". error occured where creating .exe file in the middle which says"fatal error c1001-internal compiler error (compiler file-->\e:\8783/vc98/p2/src/p2/name.c)" .. ironically this folder doesnt exist in the computer. VB Service Pack 5 was installed. Otherwise if a new project is created using the same active X controls in PII or PIII systems the project works fine. The problem occurs only when a project has been created in a P4 and then trying to create an exe in PIII or PII. Now again lets say we want to run the project created in PIV using active X controls the very same project works perfectly fine. Plz reply immediately as v r loosing time here.
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this is very interesting but i bet it has something to do with either permision on files
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Anyways guys it was a problem at mah end .. due 2 communication gap b/n programmers they forgot 2 register the ocx in the machines which were created. But anyways sorry 4 wasting ur time. The problem was solved as soon as the ocx files were registered
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Yah Mr Binge u can do wat ever u said .. refund the PAQ points bcoz the mistake was at my end..

thanking u

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