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the module "c\windows\system32\vtext.dll" was loaded but the call to DllRegisterseverfailed with error code 0x80020009

VB6 application errors on Windows Vista, vb6.0 application  dll is not supported in vista operating system
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FiucaCommented:
You can try to run depends.exe, it fixed a similar problem for me a month ago:
http://www.dependencywalker.com/

Per Microsoft:

Depends.exe
The Dependency Walker, Depends.exe, is used to determine the explicit dependencies a file has. A dependency is a secondary file, which is necessary for a file to load/run properly. For example, a Microsoft Visual Basic application is dependent upon the Microsoft Visual Basic run-time files.

Depends.exe also presents plenty of valuable information about dependent components, such as their export table, internal version number, and so forth.

Depends.exe ships with Microsoft Visual Basic and is located on the installation CD's at the following location:
\Common\Tools\VB\Unsupprt\Depend
Copy all the files from the Depend folder into the System (or System32) folder.

To use depends.exe, perform the following steps:
1.      From the Windows Start menu, choose Run.
2.      Type in the path and name to the Depends.exe file. You can also run the Depends.exe file by double-clicking the file through the Windows Explorer. Once Depends.exe executes at least once on your system, you may right-click any .exe, .dll, .ocx or other file and select View Dependencies from the shortcut menu to launch the Depends.exe file.
3.      When Depends.exe launches, select File and then choose Open.
4.      Browse in the Open dialog box for an .exe, .dll, or .ocx file and then click Open.
5.      The explicit dependencies for that particular component will appear.

For more information on the Depends.exe file, please refer to the Utilities On-line help.
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