Posted by Storm on 2000-01-17
Hey!! I was on Winfiles.com or tucows or somewhere like that a while back,... (almost 2 yrs now I'll bet), but they had a proggy that went thru the VB, when it ran on your machine, and made note of what dlls and OCxs (etc) that you were using. Perhaps if you looked up on the "free files" type sites, there's still something that exists?? Good luck. Storm -----Original Message----- From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Monday, January 17, 2000 7:28 AM Subject: Netmanage Components >I have recently made an FTP client on Visual Basic 6.0 using >a 3rd party activeX component called NetManage Internet Controls...or >something along those lines. I didn't install it on the computer >I was using, but many people had been using that computer before me. > >When I made a setup program and tried using it on another computer >it didn't work. > >When installing it would say that it couldn't register the file >ftpct.ocx as other files are missing. ftpct.ocx is the netmanage >ftp control. I had included that file with the installation package >as well as other files with the same names, I thought might bee needed, >but I still get the same probelm. When running the program it would >come up with the same thing, and exit. >So, at the moment, the program can only work on the computer I made it on. > >I've tried searching for the component on the internet, and have >even e-mailed netmanage, but they are of no help. > >Someone also tried coping the registry from my machine, to the >one they were trying to get the program running on, but still no luck. > >Does anyone know where I can download the component, or know >what files are needed to register it? > >I am using Win95/Win98. If I get this sorted, I will try on >WinNT, but not until then. > >Any help will be greatly appreciated. > >Pringle ~ Amro Diab >email@example.com > >................................................ >Get your MsgBox free email: http://www.msgbox.com >>To signoff send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with > "signoff tcg" in the body of your message. To signoff send a mail to email@example.com with "signoff tcg" in the body of your message.
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