Like mot things, I am sure it's something simple and when I see the answer I will scream. . . The KillBit is checked only when the control is requested by an application, so you're safe from resets once the application launches and loads the control. I've Win7 but there is no regtlib.
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Repeat step 2, but this time uncheck the Run this program as administrator option 7. It is a common way to recognize those who have helped you, and makes it easier for other visitors to find the resolution later. . This is a protected Windows system component and has been for a long time. What I suspect has occurred, and this isn't a good sign what the heck are you running on that system? Then from that subdirectory, I execute the regsvr32 command. Without an explanation, I am still a little concerned. Yes, I found the following.
In order to solve this I had to register the ocx using Regsvr32 on a command line Admin prompt, but it still tricky since I had to navigate the way to the above folder using cd commands before the regsvr32 command finally worked. Try to register manually: 1. If you're not sure what you're doing, please leave it alone, or get some schooling before you proceed. ProgressBar of control prbCalculations was not a loaded control class. Then I thought the easy way around, I downloaded the latest mscomctl Then opened a new project, added all the components like mscomctl, activx controls etc, saved it and opened this newly created project file in Notepad, then copied the exact details and replaced in the original project. It hijacks the reference and causes future development to use that one. It is now 2015 and we should be spared this.
Installed Visual Studio 6 Enterprise Editon, with no problems. Making a registry merge file works pretty well, but it's not something you want to do everytime the app runs, because it's not a quiet process there are ways to do this quietly using Windows Scripting, but you'll have to learn that on your own. Did you run both phases of the install elevated? Well dead horses can only be beaten so much before you hardly have dog food left. I found the following versions kicking around: Mar. I still get that error. Also make sure that you used the correct version of Regsrv32. Thanks, Morrisbo Just for the record.
Does reinstalling ComponentOne studio help? I get this same problem. The ActiveX KillBits list is intended to give Microsoft the means to disable controls that are deemed to be a security risk, and they've designed the mechanism such that the ActiveX KillBits list will be re-applied to the system at seemingly random times, in addition to when an Update is installed, so you'll need to plan for re-applying the registry change. If possible, can you please upload a part of the project which replicates this issue? If your version and edition of Visual Studio included a license for its use then it should already have been installed or a separate installation package provided for it. Admin right are probably required. Please let me know if this works for you. I am editing my answer in a minute to reflect this finding.
But the error still come out. Coincentally, yesterday I tried setting a ListView's AllowColumnReorder property to True on a simple project. . You must figure out which one you need. I gues that'll be another bag of worms.
Had the issues loading mscomctl. Ran the install as 'Administrator'. Hi, I'm glad you have resolved your issue: Thank you for sharing your solutions and experience here. Have you checked the timestamp or version information on that file? When I try to register Crystl32. . Deleting the registration and then registering mscomctl.