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How do you write a 64bit dll using Visual basic 2008 Express

Tig201
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I currently have a dll written w/ VB 6. The problem is my office upgraded to 64bit windows XP and the dll won't work. from what I have found it apears I need a 64bit dll. but am having trouble creating one. Any help would be appreciated.
Aug 20 '10 #1
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Aimee Bailey
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How do you mean it wont work? please elaborate further.

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Aug 22 '10 #2

Tig201
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I converted the code from vb6 to vb.net using the upgrade wizard and compiled it. I still get the same error trying to access the new dll as I did with the original dll.
Aug 23 '10 #3

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