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API Call Doesn't Work After Deployment

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I'm using an API call to get Volume Size and Free Disk space (GetFreeDiskSpaceEX) on a windows 2000 machine. When I run the EXe it works. When I complie and move to another Win 2k machine all values come back blank.

What am I forgetting.

Thanx

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Is VB SP5 installed on the other machine? It is possible that the computer is missing other components that is required to make the app work.

Download it here:

http://www.cityofangels.com/Experts/vbrun60sp5.exe

You might need to package your app with some of the required .dlls to make it work.

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The other machine does not have VB installed on it. The development machine is running VB6 with SP5 on it.

Any other ideas?


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The other machine might require some of the .dlls that is included in VB Sp5.0.

Try installing that to rule it out.
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