Microsoft KB Archive/172803

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PRB: Setup Wizard Generates "Invalid Property Value" Error

Last reviewed: August 19, 1997
Article ID: Q172803

The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft Visual Basic Enterprise Edition, 16-bit and 32-bit, for Windows, version 4.0

SYMPTOMS

When attempting to run the Visual Basic Application Setup Wizard on a machine with a removable floppy disk drive, the error "Invalid Property Value" appears when the Setup Wizard starts.

CAUSE

The removable floppy disk drive has been removed from the machine.

RESOLUTION

If possible, install the removable floppy disk drive and rerun the Setup Wizard.

If the removable floppy disk drive is not available, remark out the following lines from the SWDEPEND.INI file:

   Drive1=1.2 MB Disk,1213952,512
   Drive2=1.44 MB Disk,1457664,512
   Drive3=720 KB Disk,730112,1024
   Drive4=360 KB Disk,362496,1024

STATUS

Microsoft is researching this problem and will post new information here in the Microsoft Knowledge Base as it becomes available.

MORE INFORMATION

The file SWDEPEND.INI should be in the <Windows> directory.

Keywords          : TlsSetWiz VBKBSetup VBKBWiz
Version           : WINDOWS:4.0
Platform          : WINDOWS
Hardware          : x86
Issue type        : kbprb



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Last reviewed: August 19, 1997
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