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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by noterom, Jan 17, 2007.

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  1. noterom

    noterom Thread Starter

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    win 98 s.e. hi, ( NOVICE.) got this error message.

    run time error226 at 044A6DDB,what is it and what can i do to
    fix it. any help appreciated.

    noterom
     
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  3. noterom

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    hi,all o-k for now anyway,thanking you for your help and advice.

    noterom (y)
     
  4. marcoparker

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    do you think this patch is updated to 2007 and will not cause
    any troubles of deleting later versions of the files it will open automatically .
    tks in advance for your help
    marco
     
  5. blues_harp28

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    Hi visual basic 6 was released March 2004.
    Why would you want to delete later versions of dll files?
     
  6. marcoparker

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    thanks for your reply.

    basicly my problem is that i get runtime error 226 about 10 minutes after
    i am in internet explorer.

    the solution you suggested was to download a patch which restores vb
    files.

    it means when i will download the patch it will open itself and possibly erase
    a later version of the same files it restores.

    is this the case ?
    is there any risk to download the patch you said and open it ?

    tks in advance for your reply.
    marco
     
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    Hi "erase a later version of the same files it restores"
    Many programs need Visual basic runtime files to run correctly..it will update these files.
    Some files become corrupted over time and this will correct the problem.
    It is restoring the files..not erasing them.
     
  8. marcoparker

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    Hi,
    I downloaded and installed the patch of visual basic but the problem still exists.

    Can it be another cause except visual basic corruption.
    For example a kind of virus?
    Do you have another idea for solution ?

    Thanks,
    Marco
     
  9. blues_harp28

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    Hi let us know what Virus and spyware protection you have.
    Try an IE repair.
    98-IE-Repair
    Start>progams>accessories>system tools>system information>tools>IE Repair
     
  10. marcoparker

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    Thanks.
    I Did Ie Repair Right Now.
    It Takes Some Time Until Error 226 Occurs.if...
    Hopefully Will Not .

    I Have Norton Antivirus Updated Version,spybot And Adaware Se

    Marco
    04/05/07
     
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