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1. download vsflex8.ocx
2. Copy vsflex8.ocx to the SysWow64 folder.
3. Register this ocx that we just copied for it we do the following:
a) We create a file with extinction .bat (registerOCX.bat) within this file we record regsvr32 C: \ Windows \ SysWOW64 \ vsflex8.ocx (ocx path). And then we recorded.
b) Right click on the file and then click on run as administrator and you will receive a registration message.
4. Additionally I copy the dll’s and ocx to the SysWow64 folder, but it is no longer necessary to register:
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Slow Eddie I do not hare a recommendation but would very much like to ask for help installing VB6 on a Windows 7 64 bit machine. I have VB6 pro and when I lost my XP machine I lost the ability to write code in VB6 thanks Dwight
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Running the Setup program as an administrator, always worked for me. Once the VB6 is installed, go to the VB6 C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\VB98\vb6.exe and right click in the VB6 exe to set it up to run as administrator.