(Operating system is Windows 7 64-bit).
Mar 30th, 2013, 05:26 PM #8 Re: Windows 7 64-bit - Library Not Registered problem Originally Posted by dilettante The question actually was "Do you always run the IDE elevated?" Just logging on as a user in the Administrators group is not enough.
They changed this OCX and went from version.0 of the COM binary interface to version.1.
So in short, stay away from IE10 and it will be interesting to see if Microsoft will come around and address this or if it simply is another try to put a nail in the VB6 coffin, covering up their biggest mistake ever.
Last edited by dilettante; Apr 1st, 2013 at 12:03.Only that will get MS to look at the issue.And if you're curious, here's a list of all the other known dates that Calendar Man has something special to say.OCX.1 installed even if they've never installed IE10.I'm not sure we've truly figured the whole thing out usb drive security software yet.
The file date/time stamp is: 1,046 KB 8:58.
Edit: Thanks 2 the 1's figuring this out the hard way.
Ocx and mscomct2.ocx as they are on my system.
OCX.0 ) it causes the error "Object library not registered".
Results 1 to 40.Thanks, Dave W, mar 30th, 2013, 01:15 PM #2, re: Windows 7 64-bit - Library Not Registered problem.Ocx seems like it wasn't supposed to happen.I know VB6 isn't supposed to work on windows 7 but this break of mscomctl.I think it reflects the version of Forms3 in the version of Office you have installed.Last edited by dilettante; Apr 4th, 2013 at 05:06.IE10 can't be resisted forever, IE9 has some serious problems.