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VB6 Run time error 9 Sub script Out of Range


VB6 Run time error 9 Sub script Out of Range

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My VB6 code runs fine on my pc.

But it is throwing up 'Run time error 9 Subscript out of range' error on my client's machine.

I did not use any arrays in my code.

Could not trace out where the error is.

Please help.
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Can you post your code and specify the line that is triggering the error? You say you're not using arrays, so it may be a file that it cannot locate.
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It could be your Windows Explorer setting, "hide extensions for known file types". You may have it checked and your client unchecked.
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error 9 is sometimes returned by the system when a file does not exist... and can be as simple as the extension miss matching and in the most extreme cases its because the file name is a protected name like "con" for example. AND on newer systems because the program has no access rights to a particular directory like c:\ on a win7 machine.





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