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Default use ocx control in HTML

Hi all,

           I have made an ocx control in vb6 that plays a video and an animation file at the same time. This control is working fine with windows plateform. But i want to use it in web. I have placed this control at my HTML page through <OBJECT><PARAM> tags. control is also working fine at the page.

Problem is that when i close the page containing the control. An error comes saying the "INSTRUCTIONS AT 0*356487 TRIED TO REFERENCE 0*3548762 MEMORY COULD NOT BE WRITTEN"

and then it closes all the internet explorer windows open at the desktop. and this is a kind of irritating.

Can somebody plz help to avoid this error upon closer of windows..

               Thanks in advance

Tiyyob
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