Originally Posted 27 March 2014, 2:14 pm ESTI have twice setup a new build machine on Windows 7 x86 and both times this file is giving me problems.
I am trying to get ComponentOne files to register properly but without success.
I have installed VB6 sp6. I can open a new project and when I press CTRL + T , first the True DBGrid control is not listed.
I then click on 'browse' for the file and it is found in the C:\Windows\System32 directory. When I select it I am given a message stating that the 'component is not correctly registered'.
So I am a savvy developer and I open my trusty powershell console with admin rights. I change directory to the System32 directory and type in .\regsvr32 .\todg8.ocx . Registration succeeds.
I then open vb6 again with a new project and again True DBGrid is not listed. I then figure, why not register everything t*.ocx and t*.dll. I use a full system path with correct case, and again I get messages stating that the file has succeeded for each file. I then add in the o*.ocx and 0*.dll files too even though I am not using them. All appropriate files succeed.
I cannot seem to get VB6 to recognize the file at all even though registration of the file is successful.
This is a 32bit version of Windows 7, so there is no SysWoW64 issues to deal with, everything is appropriately found in System32.
System is a clean Win7 x86 OS and IE 9
IIS 6 and 7 installed.
.NET Framework 3.5.1 installed
VB6sp6 & VS2010 sp1
I am running VB6 as an administrator.
I have also tried disabling the UAC.