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Cannot Register Cscmd32.ocx On Windows Xp Sp2
A file is missing or invalid". You or someone on your network is running a bot to crawl our site. It seems that I only need updated versions of these two files. Software was error free prior to this. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-register/cannot-register-unicode-dll-on-windows-95.html
Mark L. I guess you will get the same link there... 0 Message Author Comment by:tallpaul952004-10-04 Comment Utility Permalink(# a12218914) thanks for your help - it worked. 0 LVL 1 Overall: Can you please email them to me? A file is missing or invalid". http://www.personalcomputerfixes.com/ocx-errors/how-to-fix-cscmd32-ocx-could-not-be-registered-errors/
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My question is, is there a way to self register these files. OCX files are files which store external components and functions that Microsoft did not create. All rights reserved. Then I will manually register them.
After >I have installed Windows XP SP2, it stopped working and gave me errors in >these files. > >I looked around on google and found that I need new versions of Microsoft is providing this information as a convenience to you. We are > able > to run this same application with a windows xp box that has been upgraded > to > SP2, without any problems. Regards, Bob Qin Microsoft Online Partner Support Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security ================================================== == When responding to posts, please "Reply to Group" via your newsreader so that others may learn and benefit
Best regards, Renze de Waal. -- renze ------------------------------------------------------------------------ renze's Profile: http://forums.techarena.in/member.php?userid=6224 View this thread: http://forums.techarena.in/showthread.php?t=19116 Visit - http://forums.techarena.in/archive/index.php/ ErnieA10-05-2005, 05:03 AMUsing the new OCXs worked. Part 1 of this series discussed basic error handling code using VBA. I guess Go to Solution 3 Participants AlexFM LVL 48 MS Development-Other12 GKCU LVL 1 tallpaul95 5 Comments LVL 48 Overall: Level 48 MS Development-Other 12 Message Accepted Solution by:AlexFM2004-10-04 http://www.tenantfile.com/XPSP2Fix.htm This response contains a reference to a third party World Wide Web site.
When I go to install some software I get an error that says "Files failed to self register, Cscmd32.ocx and cstext32.ocx, After clicking ok on the error the installation finishes. Login. it says I > cannot register the file and gives the return code of 0x80040200. this content The ocx.zip download there gives two versions that do work (I tried).
Ferguson Guest In regedt32.exe, open the root hives Hkey_local_machine, and Hkey_Current _User, edit menu, Permissions, to grant access to the Administrator group, also checking the box to apply to all subkeys. Typically, you'll see this error with the Cscmd32.ocx file: Cscmd32.ocx and Cstext32.ocx failed to register This error normally shows when you're trying to install a program, and in order to fix Or can you please email them to profluca @ >REMOVE_THIS_ANTISPAM usa.net ? > >Thank you for your help! > >Luc > > > >. > Daniel Luc Guest Posts: n/a
I had a similar problem with cstext32,ocx and was able to download a fix tool - cstextcontrol_update.exe from knowledgepoint to fix this, but can find no fixes for the cscmd32.ocx problem.
When I try to load the program I get an error of "Coponents cstext32.ocx or one of its dependoncies not correctly registered. Where can I download them? The right place to ask this question is Windows XP area. In Windows Server 2003, the default setting for driver signing policy is 'warn.' The 'ignore' policy setting is not available in Windows Server 2003." Although the document pertains to Windows 2003,
Or can you please email them to profluca @ REMOVE_THIS_ANTISPAM usa.net ? When I try using regsvr32. When I try and register, I am told it failed, with a return code of 0x80040200. have a peek at these guys Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
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it says I cannot register the file and gives the return code of 0x80040200. This file has been causing a lot of problems for many Windows machines over the years and in order to fix it, you first need to know what the problem is This basically replaces the two incompatible .ocx files on your computer with the updated files that will allow Windows to install the programs you want. CONTINUE READING Join & Write a Comment Already a member?
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