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Visual C++ 6.0 Introductory Edition Warning Dialogue After Uninstall

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I have recently started using an old PC in my office. It used to have Visual C++ 6.0 Introductory Edition installed on it. I have since uninstalled it and installed Visual Studio 6.0 Enterpriise Edition. Whenever I use Visual Studio 6.0 on this PC I still get the redistributable executable Warning Dialogue that comes with the Visual C++ 6.0 Introductory Edition. My newer PC does not exhibit the same problem. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling VS6.0 to no avail. Any ideas?
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Problem Solved. I had to uninstall and reinstall VS6.0 TWICE???? Anyway it seems to be working fine now.
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