|23 Nov 2009||#1|
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flash applications on 32 bit systems
I have created a program (in Visual Basic) that uses flash. If I include flash10c.ocx in my install script (I'm using InstallAware), the program installs and runs fine on XP and Vista 32 bit systems. My problem is in Windows 7.
If I tell my installer that the flash10c.ocx file is not a self registering dll then my program will install without errors but I get a runtime error when the program tries to run a flash file. (I think the error was flash10c.ocx file not found or something similar.)
If I tell my installer that the flash10c.ocx file is a self registering dll then I get an error during the installation. ("The module flash10c.ocx was loaded but the call to DllRegisterServer failed with error code 0x80070005.") If I choose to ignore the error and continue then the rest of the installation completes fine and I can run the program perfectly without any errors.
I need to be able to install and run the application without errors. Any help would be appreciated.
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