I have a small problem that is not too serious, but I am very curious about it. When I create a set up using visual basic 6, and then run the set up on other computers, sometimes I get a message that tell me my system files are out of date and on other computers I don't.
Here's something else that seems strange. I reformatted a computer today, then I installed visual basic 6, then I ran one of my setups and I still got that message even though the set up had been created with the exact same visual basic version that I just installed.
Setup tells me that it will update the files which I'm sure is fine, but I'm afraid it will cause some people to cancel out and change their mind. I've only seeing this message occasionally and only on some computers and I would like to know what causes this and what files it could possibly be talking about, especially if the computer already has the same version of visual basic that the set up files created with.
I don't want to scare off any potential users of my programs, and I've already seen it happen because of this more than once.
I would really appreciated if someone could give me some insight so I can figure out where to go from there.
Thank you very much,