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applcation installation in VB 6

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Hi everybody,

I hope anyone can help for my doubt.

I have developed an application by using VB 6.0.which is having Windows XP operating system in my computer. I have created a Setup File. But the problem is while installing in the Server Computer (which is having Windows 2000 server operating system) it is displyaing the message like " Setup cannot continue because some system files are out of date on your system. Click ok if you would like setup to update these files for you now. You will need to restart windows before you can run setup again. click cancel to exit setup without updating system files.
Mar 17 '07 #1
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Mar 18 '07 #2

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Hi everybody,

I hope anyone can help for my doubt.

I have developed an application by using VB 6.0.which is having Windows XP operating system in my computer. I have created a Setup File. But the problem is while installing in the Server Computer (which is having Windows 2000 server operating system) it is displyaing the message like " Setup cannot continue because some system files are out of date on your system. Click ok if you would like setup to update these files for you now. You will need to restart windows before you can run setup again. click cancel to exit setup without updating system files.

Make application through Package and Deployment Wizard means PDCMDLN. The path of the file PDWizard is as under --->C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\VB98\Wizards\

Khushtar Zia
Mar 18 '07 #3

P: 49
hi,
I have tried one time in the server system. but later the harddisk is changed and later onwards it is not installing. Is it hard disk dependent?It may be not. but why it is displaying the error ?

please help me

thank you
Mar 20 '07 #4

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