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VB.net+W2K - File or assembly name stdole, or one of its dependencies, was not found

Hi group, first sorry for my poor english

We have a vb.net app, run whit any problem in our pcs (whit vs.net 2003

The app have a ocx that draw a binary tree (the only external component,
all the rest is standart).

When our client need the app, we say "only install the framework 1.1"
(only???, poor of us !!!).

Well, the first problem we have when registered the ocx, library not found
message, but, whit the dependencies program whit vs.net i found the gdiplus
dependencies, copy the file whit the ocx, and... magic, i can register.

The problem not finish, i run the app very well, since use the form whit the
ocx... a msg box appear whit "File or assembly name stdole, or one of its
dependencies, was not found" exception.

In other machine i have the same problem, and the only solution was install
the vs.net (all the vs.net), the same message whit the prerequisites and
framework 1.1 previusly installed. Like you imagine, this is not the
solution, "all the pc whit vs.net.... naaaa".

*************** ***
in pcs whit vs.net installed, the app run very well, but in pcs whit the
framework 1.1 installed, we have the message of ref.
why can that is possible?
vs.net install something else that not framework?
*************** ***

So, i have that problem, i cant find a solution in web, not whit the exact
problem i have.

The ocx was write in C++.net and if you need information, work whit a oracle
DB (the form whit the ocx). All the rest of app run very nice, only have
problem whit the 2 forms whit the ocx.

The exception, not give me much information like you see.

Really, i look hours the web to find a light of solution of that.

If you need more information to give me a clue, of course i will.

Thanks in advance
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