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Start VB6 under Win 7 every time I get reconfig message.

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Hi experts!

Recently I install VB6 on Win 7 Pro. And now – EVERY time I start VB6 I see picture which I post here. What to do to avoid this ? Of course I have installed and VS.NET, but I do not started it to get this picture.

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i think u did not install properly your vb6 application...

try to reinstall it again...

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Something doesn't add up here.... DVPlay is not a part of VB6 at all.
Try this...   do a "run as Administrator" when you start VB6 and tell us if the DVPlay installs and "stays installed" after that.
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