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Old 02-21-2007, 04:07 AM
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I have encountered a problem in Vista and am really in need of your help.
I just installed Vista, although I don't like to use it anymore, but I have to make my program written in VB work in Vista.
Everything should be alright, I just use a component named "DHTMLED.OCX" and "TRIEDIT.DLL" which were available on previous versions of Windows.
In Vista this component has been removed, and even after that my installer program copies it to this location:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Triedit
It won't be registered.
I tried to register it manually, but got an error, see the snapshots.
Should I cease using this component? But what's the replacement?
I really need to continue to use this component...
Please help me.
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Old 02-21-2007, 09:21 PM
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About your VB app issue. First issue is when installing. Have you tried running your installation as an administrator? You would do this by right-clicking on the EXE and selecting ‘Run as administrator’. By default, EXE are not run in admin-level anymore, even if you are logged in as an administrator!

You could also try this to run your EXE (both for the install EXE and your application EXE) in a ‘compatibility mode’:

Right-click and select Properties, and on the Compatibility Tab, set the following:

Check the 'Run this program in compatibility mode for:"

Select Windows NT 4 in the drop-down

Check 'Disable Visual Themes'

Check 'Disable desktop composition'

Check 'Disable display scaling ...'

Right-Click again and select 'Run as administrator'

Does it help?
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