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How can I check if Visual Basic Runtime (and what version) is installed
on my computer? XP SP2


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    Don't remember exactly which folder, either %windir% or %windir%/system32,
    but you'll have a "vbrun???" file - the version is where the ??? are, as in
    4, 5 or 6, maybe even a 3.

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    You won't necessarily have a vbrun file located on your system, but you van
    be sure you have the latest files by downloading the latest Visual Basic
    Run-Time Redistribution Pack from Microsoft:

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=7b9ba261-7a9c-43e7-9117-f673077ffb3c&DisplayLang=en

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    Search for msvbvm* on your C drive.
    If you have any files they will show up as:

    msvbvm60.dll for V6 and
    msvbvm50.dll for V5.

    BTW both files are in the I386 Directory in your XP Disk.
    You will nedd to extract them.

    Rex
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