troubleshooting Question

Read / Write to registry, proven method

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Hello, I'm looking for a proven tested module or ocx i can use in my VB 6 app to read and write to the registry...the entire registry and not just the default HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VB location that VB uses.  wasn't sure if there was an actual dll or something i could purchase that would allow me to do this.  i'm looking for it to be as easy as possible for me to read/write to the registry and needs to work on win2k and beyond.  don't want to have to sift through lines and lines of code to achieve this.  I was hoping someone may know of a module proven to work well for this or could provide me a link to something i could purchase that would work with my VB 6 code as a dll or something, with documentation on how to check for a value, read and write etc etc...

Thanks once again!

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