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I created it setup, and it won't work under nt4

I have a vb.net app that I created a setup for. I can install it and run it
just fine on my XP box, but I'm having problems ont he NT4 workstation box.

the nt4 box has sp6a, the .net 1.1 clr, and also mdac 2.8.
the installation goes through fine, not one warning or error.
When I run the program exe, I get this error:

"myprogram.exe - Common Language Runtime Debugging Servi..."
Application has generate an expcetion that could not be handled.
Process ID=0x60 (96), Thread id=0x2a(42).
Click OK to terminate the application.
Click CANCEL to debug the application.
Studio was never installed on that machine, so I can' do any form of
debugging.. If I run the same exe on another computer (win2k in this case,
with studio installed), it runs fine. It's not coming from my app, cuz my
main loading routine is wrapped in a Try, and mine will display a different
format error (plus log the error to text file).

Thanks for the help.. Hope you all don't mind the cross-post - only 2 groups
:-)

Tom
Jul 21 '05 #1
1 1983
I have a couple of ideas.
- Make sure that all of your dependencies are correct. This error is
sometimes seen when there is a TypeLoadException due to mis-matched
assembly dependencies.
- This is a long shot but try MDAC 2.6 instead of MDAC 2.8. (This has
appeared to work for at least one person using NT4. Not sure why it would
make a difference however)
Patrick Baker - Visual Basic/Deployment Quality Assurance Team
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

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I have a vb.net app that I created a setup for. I can install it and run itjust fine on my XP box, but I'm having problems ont he NT4 workstation box.

the nt4 box has sp6a, the .net 1.1 clr, and also mdac 2.8.
the installation goes through fine, not one warning or error.
When I run the program exe, I get this error:

"myprogram.exe - Common Language Runtime Debugging Servi..."
Application has generate an expcetion that could not be handled.
Process ID=0x60 (96), Thread id=0x2a(42).
Click OK to terminate the application.
Click CANCEL to debug the application.
Studio was never installed on that machine, so I can' do any form of
debugging.. If I run the same exe on another computer (win2k in this case,
with studio installed), it runs fine. It's not coming from my app, cuz my
main loading routine is wrapped in a Try, and mine will display a different
format error (plus log the error to text file).

Thanks for the help.. Hope you all don't mind the cross-post - only 2 groups:-)

Tom


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