My VB project uses a few custom DLLs which are in a project subdirectory.
When I prepare a Setup and install the program in the same machine in a different folder, the Setup program copies the DLLs into the Windows system32 directory.
After that, if I open my VB project and go to Project->References, I find that all DLLs path point to the system32 directory, not the project subdirectory. Then I have to manually re-register the DLLs giving the path of the subdirectory.
Is there a way I can install and test my program on the same machine without changing the DLL paths in my project ?