Faulting application when updating sub report
If I've left something out, don't hesitate to point it out. Your comments and suggestions are much appreciated.Note 2: If you have a specific programming questions, might I please direct your attention to the VB6 forum? By: earlymeadow Date: 2009-11-15 Super information - got VB6 up and running, your explanation saved me a lot of searching.I am developing an app to keep track of all my movie files ant to also play them with either WMP or Gom from inside the App. By: mwrob Date: 2010-07-20 I followed the instructions and was able to get VB6 installed just fine on a Windows 7 64 bit system.However, I am unable to get service pack 6 installed.Create a zero byte file in C: Windows called "MSJAVA. Also if you install the "VB6IDEMouse Wheel Addin.dll" for scrolling, make sure that you run "cmd.exe" with elevated admin privleges when registering the DLL manually. At runtime, I can set the form to a larger size, but not being able to see the full form in the IDE makes it pretty hard to work on.By: Forty Pound Head Date: 2010-02-10 I haven't been able to reproduce the issue here.I've gotten around each one but this one now has me stumped. Could the fact that I didn't shut it off before starting your process have caused the computer to lock up and require a hard shut down at step 10? You MUST also use the regsvr32file in the Sys WOW64 folder (not the one in the System32 folder) to register the files.
Are you simply copying the files with Windows explorer? If it is part of your application set up, you might try running the setup program as administrator - right click the setup file, and select Run As Administrator.FYI, I do have access to an msdn subscription if I need to download something different.By: Forty Pound Head Date: 2010-02-17 Yes, it will work fine on 64 bit Windows 7.I just got Win7 Pro 64 installed on my new computer last night. Will the instructions shown work with 64 bit Windows?
I have heard that VB6 IDE is not supported with 64bit.
I'm able to drag the form size to a much larger size than the screen, which is currently 1280x1024. By: pamith Date: 2010-02-17 What about third party OCX applications? I want to move my VB6 work to Windows 7 but would need to know if the third party OCXs will work as well. By: Forty Pound Head Date: 2010-02-17 As long as the OCX's get registered properly, there should be no issue.