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    Windows 7 & VB6 Error 50003

    Hi Peeps,

    I have a large VB6 application which runs fine on all XP machines. It seems to install okay on Windows 7 but when I try to run my application I get error 50003. I don't have a clue what this error means; I have googled it and some say it's a problem with OCX version but why do I not get this problem on XP. My development machine is fully SP updated.

    Thanks for any help,

    Jiggy!

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    Re: Windows 7 & VB6 Error 50003

    This is just suggestion but I have found several sites hinting at a resolution problem. Try changing the system display settings such as reducing the number of bits for colour as see if that helps.
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    Re: Windows 7 & VB6 Error 50003

    When an unhandled exception dialog pops up you can type Ctrl-C to copy it to the clipboard. Pasting such here might give a little more info. Example:
    Code:
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    Project1
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    Run-time error '11':
    
    Division by zero
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    OK   
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