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(Solved) dbase query for vb6

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by h2h, Jan 13, 2003.

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  1. h2h

    h2h Thread Starter

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    I have an app that creates a dbase file from a dummy file. Works well in 98 an XP. I need it to work with 95 as well, but it comes up with '[ADODC]: Unknown Error. [ADO]' I cannot figure out what .dll file is not being registered for 95.

    If I load vb6 then alls well again in 95. Help in this matter will be greatly appreciated...!
     
  2. eddie5659

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    eddie5659 seems right here. Check what you include when you make your setup package. VB 6 softwares do work in Win95.
     
  4. h2h

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    to eddie and abvavguser... Thanks for the help. I added 4 additional .dll files and it seems to work great. It took a while to find the correct files. I'm not quite sure what their particular funtions are within the program.

    Thanks again...
     
  5. AbvAvgUser

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    You are welcome!! Glad to have been of some help to you. :p
     
  6. eddie5659

    eddie5659 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    h2h: I got your email that you sent, but been a bit under the weather for the past few days. Still don't feel too brilliant today :(

    Anyway, good to hear its all working again

    eddie
     
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