Posted on 2004-04-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-04
Ok so I had a project in VB6 and migrated it to VB.NET which was a huge headache but I finally got it to compile and run.  So then I had to upgrade my computer, I try to load the project and run it on the new computer and I keep getting this type of error:

Type 'AxMSComctlLib.AxToolbar' is not defined.
Type 'AxMSComctlLib.AxStatusBar' is not defined.

you get the idea...  I have installed VB6 and Visual Studio 6, linked to every library I can think of and I still get these errors.  Can anyone tell me what I need to reference to make this go away?

Question by:bluedaisydawg
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ID: 10825723
Do you have the most current installation of .NET Framework installed?

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ID: 10825772
.NET Framework 1.1 and Visual 2003

Expert Comment

ID: 10825833

It seems to be a class of some sort, maybe this site will help. You might need to downoad the class so you can use it, unless you already ahve it.
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ID: 10827521
had to upgrade my computer
Get  and install Visual studio Service pack 6 from here

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