I got everything sorted but for some reason when I call something like this: SendKeys ("A") I get this error: Run-time error '70': Permission denied Does anyone know a way around please tell me sir. Please try to run your executable file and hope it will help solve your problem. 28 comments 28 comments: Anonymous said... Riegos y TecnologĂa SL 1,599 views 1:03 Runtime Error 70 : Permission Denied Fix - Duration: 1:01. his comment is here
Sign In Share Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Email Print RSS Zafar Khan Question Status Unanswered Zafar Khan asked a question on 20 Oct 2011 12:38 PM We are getting error message with There are guides to installing the VB6 programming language on Windows 7, 8 and 10 For Windows 7 (over 396,000 views) the guide is here: http://www.fortypoundhead.com/showcontent.asp?artid=20502 VBA programming continues in Office I avoided opening it exclusively, so it can be open multiple times as needed. Under Win 6.x (Vista/Win7) most installers must run elevated. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa264534(v=vs.60).aspx
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jon Moore replied May 3, 2010 You can't do send keys with Vista or Win7 (I assume). The program only reads from this database, no writing done to it. Register Help Remember Me?
Imaging for Windows XPkakopa.com/imaging/index.htmlKodak/Wang Imaging is a neat program which first came out with Win95 as ... Mc PP 14,725 views 1:53 how to fix "you have been denied permission to access this folder" error windows 7 - Duration: 2:20. All rights reserved. Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.
Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? I'm surprised at how many people created WinXP programs in VB6 and never realized it also was letting them limp by, pretending they were on Win9x yet. The user running your program will trip trying to find your database in the Admin user's LocalAppdata - which they can't see. Published on May 18, 2014http://www.exedllerrorsfix.comRuntime Error 70 is easy to fix with registry cleaner.
Digging the Internet it seems that there is some consensus that UAC is rubbish. this content Reply With Quote Jun 15th, 2010,02:41 PM #9 dilettante View Profile View Forum Posts PowerPoster Join Date Feb 2006 Posts 15,391 Re: [RESOLVED] Runtime error 70: Permission denied But if you tom judy 18,762 views 1:44 Fix Runtime Error 1004 - Duration: 2:19. This may mean the installer runs under a different account than the user normally uses.
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This just does a few things with version lies for Windows and a few core libraries, and sets up some simulated DOS memory structures (extended memory, etc.). All times are GMT -5. Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.
Milt Gordon replied May 3, 2010 As further update The error 70 I am getting occurs only under VB6 Project Design with Run or Run with full compile When I ignore Will have to figure out something in the meantime to fix the ones already deployed. However, there are some functions in Visual Basic 6 that Windows Vista or Windows 7 does not allow to execute the command like for example the "SendKeys" it will got an I have this code in my VB6 32Bit XP Pro, and it works. (And it works running in the IDE, and also works as a compiled exe) Private Sub Text1_KeyPress(KeyAscii As
You may have to register or Login before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. It may be worth noting that you should never put files there, but in an application folder you create under LOCAL_APPDATA. Reference Trappable Errors Core Visual Basic Language Errors Core Visual Basic Language Errors 70 Permission denied 70 Permission denied 70 Permission denied 3 Return without GoSub 5 Invalid procedure call or check over here You attempted to access the registry, but your user permissions don't include this type of registry access.
delete) now i want to that i type any name in 3rd textbox and data will show in 1st and 2nd textbox. The database resides in the program directory where the exe is located as it is needed to do the screens etc. Player claims their wizard character knows everything (from books). I'm running Windows 7 with Visual Basic 6.0 (which I now realize has compatibility issues) I was trying to use SavePicture (Picture1.Image, "Pic.bmp") to simply save an image from my PictureBox
My 21 yr old adult son hates me What grid should I use designing UI for the desktop app? I'd almost have to guess you have blindly used some sort of manifest with your program that is telling Windows that your program is Vista-aware, probably without realizing it. Robert Crombie replied May 3, 2010 Was that pseudo code you sent us ? Developer Network Developer Network Developer Sign in MSDN subscriptions Get tools Downloads Visual Studio MSDN subscription access SDKs Trial software Free downloads Office resources SharePoint Server 2013 resources SQL Server 2014
This is why we have CommonAppdata. It is of course possible that the Vista and Win7 machines that does not give this error already has it's UAC turned off. This is the only problem found (so far?) on machines running Vista and Win7. Reply With Quote Nov 7th, 2014,11:02 AM #14 Keithuk View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage PowerPoster Join Date Jan 2004 Location Staffordshire, England Posts 2,220 Re: [RESOLVED] Runtime error 70:
Use this wrapper instead. But I'm no expert, I'm still learning. You can see this by running two copies of the demo after compiling it. Kevin Drumm 1,947 views 2:59 INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE AND SELECT Data in MS-Access with VB 2008 Part 1 - Duration: 12:37.
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