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JOEL GINELZA



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 13, 2005 4:41 am    Post subject: unspecified error 80004005 in vb package and deployment wizz Reply with quote

I build a Visual Basic 6.0 Project in an XP environment when i was in the
middle of my project I build and deploy the project using package and
deployment wizzard in VB add ins, it works fine. When I was about to finally
distribute my project to my customer, I Pack it once again, i am still using
the steps I used above but i received the following error:

Unexpected error number 80004005 has occured. Automation Error
Unspecified error

Anybody could help me overcome this bug. Tnx..


JOEL

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 14, 2005 4:16 pm    Post subject: Re: unspecified error 80004005 in vb package and deployment Reply with quote

I would advise staying away from Package and Deployment and go with one of
the more professional packages listed below..

Visual Installer from Microsoft (free):
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/downloads/tools/vsi11/download.aspx

Innosetup from JR Software (free):
http://www.jrsoftware.org/

If using Inno Setup check out ISTool at http://www.istool.org/

What is ISTool?
"ISTool helps you create scripts for Jordan Russell's Inno Setup compiler.
Inno Setup is a great compiler for very professional looking setups, and the
only disadvantage is that you have to create fairly complex scripts by
hand."


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"JOEL GINELZA" wrote in message@microsoft.com...
> I build a Visual Basic 6.0 Project in an XP environment when i was in the
> middle of my project I build and deploy the project using package and
> deployment wizzard in VB add ins, it works fine. When I was about to
finally
> distribute my project to my customer, I Pack it once again, i am still
using
> the steps I used above but i received the following error:
>
> Unexpected error number 80004005 has occured. Automation Error
> Unspecified error
>
> Anybody could help me overcome this bug. Tnx..
>
>
> JOEL

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