There are a few controls that show up as being registered several times in the same path to the file. If I run regsvr32 path -u, it only deletes one instance but does not remove other instances of the control. The problem is if I use it for other projects, then they won't work on another computer. I need a way to fix this. I can think of 2 possible solutions
1. a component where a person sends in the name and it will delete the references to it (I would prefer this method if possible). In this example, if the word was UDControls, then it would delete all references to it (when a person goes to project, references in VB). In this case, there would be one method called removecomponent. The parameter would be the name (as used in VB). The component can be done in C++. Must be COM enabled though and must submit a sample VB application so I can see it works.
2. step by step instructions on how to remove all the references to the name.
When placing the bid, let me know what method will be used. Enclosed is the screenshot and the sample ocx. I don't know how that would happen. I was unable to duplicate the problem but its happened a few times (even recently).
my prefarance will be the 1st way .. that's going to be a very small programm
I want this for <$45
pls be fast ...
If the first method is used, then the compiled dll and the source code for the dll. Also, the sample VB application only to demostrate its use. Remember, must get rid of all instances of it (preferably even if the file is not there). the regsvr32 method will not work because it gets rid of one and after that, will not get rid of any other instances.
If the second method is used, then a word document (that can be read on WordPad) to give step by step instructions on how to remove the references. Even need the screenshots when appropriate.
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I have a third party component which I can give [login to view URL] cleans up the registry well and even keeps the backup copy just in case you want to restore it back... Thanks