exe error H80004005 compilation of VB6 windows 7

We have a VB6 application that cannot be upgraded to .NET anytime soon.  It currently tracks / compiles on a XP machine.  I moved it to a Windows 7 machine.  I can get the code to run without any problems.  But as soon as I try to create a package, I get a "system error & H80004005 (-25147467259). Unspecified error ".  I can't say what the cause of the problem.  He has WinSock and uses ado to connect to a SQL Server 2008 database.  I need some ideas where to look for the problem.

Hello


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