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Install VB6 on Windows 7

After surfing around the net, I've found very little information regarding installation of VB6 on Windows 7. Most of the information out there is for Vista, and most of it is queries for assistance.

Install VB6 on Windows 10

So if you don't know it, the technical preview version of Windows 10 is available. Being the good maintenance guy, you'll want to know about installing VB6 on Windows 10. This article shows how I got it running on Microsofts latest OS.

Install VB6 on Windows 8

As most of the world knows, Microsoft has made available a consumer preview of Windows 8. While this is still considered beta software, I highly recommend you check it out. Some of us technology minded folks are charged with supporting legacy software, developed with Visual Studio 6 (particulary Visual Basic 6), and with the iminent release of Windows 8, there is some worry about whether our support tools will work with it. This tutorial will (hopefully) help you get VB6 installed on your Windows 8 system!

Troubleshooting DNS with NSLookup and dig

To be proficient at troubleshooting name server problems, you'll need a special tool to make DNS queries, one that gives you complete control. We'll cover nslookup in this tutorial because it's distributed with Windows Server 2003 and with many other operating systems. We'll also cover another query tool, dig, that isn't part of Windows. It provides similar functionality and doesn't suffer from nslookup's deficiencies.

Killing Disconnected Terminal Server Sessions from the Command Line

Terminal Services (or Remote Desktop if you prefer) is a good thing. It allows you to remotely connect to a server to manage it.

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Five Latest Forum Posts

Rewrite in progress!

You may have noticed that there haven't been quite so many posts here lately. I just wanted to drop a note that I have not forgotten this site. Not by a long shot!

Site contest for registered users

I've been trying think of a way to encourage participation in this site, and I think I came up with a way. A monthly contest! At the end of each month, a snapshot of the content within the site will be taken. Based on the participation in various areas of the site, points will be awarded,...

My New Year Resolution - Pusher 6.0

As of today, January 1, 2015, I've started down the path of updating, and by that I mean re-writing the Pusher application.

Coming Soon: Klickitat

Klickitat is a command-line driven directory mirroring tool.

List of Shady Characters

This is a list compiled from the last 90 days of data, showing the IP addresses and hostnames of computers on the internet who:

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ISPGeeks

ISPgeeks.com is the place where people come for accurate and friendly advice on all things involving cable television, cable modems, DSL, PC hardware, wireless networking, satellite internet and much more (did I mention we love to talk politics too?).

Regedit at the command line

REGEDIT is usually known as a GUI tool to search or edit the Windows registry. This page focuses on reading and editing the registry in unattended mode only.

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vb6 load problem

I have been running a VB6 application for several years on XP. I recently bought a window 7 computer and successfully loaded vb6 on windows 7. The program was running fine on windows 7. Out of the blue I get an "Error during load. refer to log" The log says "Line 15: Class MSComctlLib.ProgressBar of control pgbUpdate was not a loaded control class." I use a progress bar in two places in the program. I get this same error message twice during the load process. The program will run in the development mode. I do get an error break when it tries to run the progress bar. Is there a vb6 file that got corrupted?

VB6 Enterprise Edition SP6 Compilation error

I recently compiled some of my VB6 work modules in XP Mode under Windows 7. On first compile, I al always having this error stating "DLL cannot be loaded". When looking at the VB6 References they are missing. So I would add the reference again and when re-compiled, I still got the error, so I re-generated the missing DLL, went back to the first VB6 module I am compiling and the error went away. The modules that I am compiling perfectly compiled in the Windows XP system I copied them from. Do you know of any reason why this is happening?

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