Networking and Operating Systems => Windows Vista, XP, and Others => Topic started by: certforumz on May 05, 2010, 09:56:34 PM

Title: Registering missing ocx and dlls
Post by: certforumz on May 05, 2010, 09:56:34 PM
Often it is possible that you get a message that a certain ocx or dll component is missing. The procedure below gives the registration procedure for the missing components:

Make sure that the file is actually located in the program installation directory (usually C:\Program Files\your program).

Register each of the DLL or OCX files that are not registered correctly. Here's how to register a file:

Right click on it
Choose "open with..."
Click "Choose program..."
Click "Other"
Find regsvr32.exe. It is in your Windows\System or Windows\system32 directory.
Click Open.
You should see a message box that says "DllRegisterServer succeeded."

Repeat the above procedure for each dll or ocx component.