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Old 04-24-2006, 11:35 PM   #1
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Hi,

I am in the process of creating a phonebook type application using Visual Basic. I have got it the way i would like it for now and it seems to be running fine. I asked my friend to try it on her pc and tell me what upgrades etc it needed. Upon recieving the file, she recieved this error:

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missing the richtx32.ocx file or one of its dependencies not correctly registered
Or similar....She is running Windows 98....is there any sollution to this?

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Old 04-25-2006, 07:28 AM   #2
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Default Re: richtx32.ocx?

Yes, she needs to find that ocx file, and register it on her computer. if she does, she will no longer have issues with that. most likely you can copy the one you have on your computer, and send it to her via email in a zip file.
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Default Re: richtx32.ocx?

don't forget to type this in the command line:

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regsvr32 richtx32.ocx
remember to put the full path to the ocx file and make sure you put the ocx file in the right folder. I'm guessing its the system folder as that's usually where they're shoved.
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Easyest way to do this would be put the ocx in the root of the drive like.. C:\richtx32.ocx and then start>run>regsvr32 %SYSTEMROOT%\richtx32.ocx
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Default Re: richtx32.ocx?

or get comregextensions.


then you can just right click and install registry extensions...

Also, OCX files need associated DLL files...
to register richtx32.ocx properly.
you also need to register riched32.dll
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Hi,

Thanks for all your help, worked like a charm....it is much appreciated..

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no prob.
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