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Old June 22nd, 2005, 08:01 AM
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Default VB exe is very slow with XP SP2

HI,
My compiled VB6 Application is very slow(in some parts)
when it is running in XP with sp2 environment. It is fine with
XP regular(non SP2) and other OS Like Win2000 and Win98.
When I run the source code it is working perfectly fine (not slow at all).
The problem is when a window is loading and it involves retriving data from database and loading a combo box.

What can be the problem.

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Mishi

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Hi,
Did you solwe the problem? I have the same problem and I didn't have any ideea till now.
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I am very interested in a work around/fix to this problem.

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I fixed the problem by compiling to P-Code rather than Native-code.
With methode application is faster in some parts and no-change in others.

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I have just hit exactly the same problem!. Compiling to P-code does indeed seem to sort the issue, but do you have any idea why?? and what it actually is in SP2 that is causing the problem??

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Anyone have any ideas?..would be much apreciated.

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