Updating image to sql server using vfp

I just tried in a test environment, utilizing Windows 7 64 bit, installed VB6 using the above procedure, then downloaded the VB6 SP6 from the Microsoft site (direct download from MS).

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However, after resetting the environment, I was able to reproduce the error you mention by leaving UAC turned on. Sourcesafe works too, but I can't work with sourcesafe from within the IDE.

The SS add-in is loaded, there are no errors shown, but I don't have any extra contextmenu-items. Date: 2010-09-01 Great info for Windows 7 works like a dream. For Vista there is no service pack 3 so I clicked 2. I had to take out all the CD controls because it meant my users without XP had to do too much installing of too many things in sys32. Date: 2010-09-02 I'll hammer on this today, and see if I can duplicate the behavior.

FYI, I do have access to an msdn subscription if I need to download something different.

Date: 2010-02-17 Yes, it will work fine on 64 bit Windows 7.

I've gotten around each one but this one now has me stumped. Could the fact that I didn't shut it off before starting your process have caused the computer to lock up and require a hard shut down at step 10? You MUST also use the regsvr32file in the Sys WOW64 folder (not the one in the System32 folder) to register the files.

The app uses an Access Database and has lots of forms using ADO data controls. Thanks for your help Date: 2010-06-28 Great article! Some things I ran into that I didn't see mentioned is that when registering OCX and DLL files the file MUST be placed in the C: Windows Sys WOW64 directory. One other tip is to ALWAYS install everythig as "administrator".I have set the properties of acmesetup and setupsp6 to run as administrator and Windows SP 3 mode.Right after agreeing to the license terms, I get a dialog box that says "Visual Studio 6.0 Service Pack 6 Setup was not completed properly." Date: 2010-07-20 Have you turned off UAC during the installation?Date: 2010-04-28 I have an issue getting the XP manifest file to work in WIndows 7 when I run VB in IDE mode. I think it might have to do with permissions with either VB6, the manifest file. Date: 2010-06-04 I have a fairly large VB6 App that I've been maintaining in Windows 7 using Virtual PC.I decided to try to get it to work in Windows 7 with Virtual PC and there are a number of problems. Then when I try to close the app I get the message "Visual Basic has stopped working" and it's gone. Vic Date: 2010-06-21 As a brand new Windows 7 user, I have a simple question: What is the "UAC" you refer to in step1?I am currently using 64 bit on my main workstation, and have had no issues.

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