Collection of .OCX and .sys files
You may download just the file you are missing and manually register it yourself. Here's how to do it:
Back up your current copy of MSCOMCTL.OCX and copy the new version to the same file location. This file should be located in the WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory on your C: drive (for Windows NT and 2000: \WINNT\system32).
Using your mouse, click on the "Start" button and then click on "Run".
According to your Operating System, type the following command to register this library file:
Windows 95, 98, or Me:
Windows NT or 2000:
You should see a message saying "DllRegisterServer ... succeeded"
If you are getting an error telling you that the file is missing, then you are not typing the command in correctly. You will need to type it in *exactly* as as shown above for your operating system.
* Please note that there is a SPACE after "regsvr32" and before the rest of the command.
You should probably copy and paste the command so that you are unable to mistype it.
"%systemroot%\system32\macromed\flash9d.ocx Then manually register it like this:
Flash9d.ocx error detail:
Event Type: Error
Event Source: Application Error
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1000
Time: 9:01:08 AM
Faulting application iexplore.exe, version 7.0.6000.16512, faulting module flash9d.ocx, version 126.96.36.199, fault address 0x00099a25.
For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
0000: 6c707041 74616369 206e6f69 6c696146
0010: 20657275 78656920 726f6c70 78652e65
0020: 2e372065 30362e30 312e3030 32313536
0030: 206e6920 73616c66 2e643968 2078636f
0040: 2e302e39 302e3734 20746120 7366666f
0050: 30207465 39393030 0d353261 0a
Please also try :
1.Expand the C:\Windows\System32\Macromed\Flash directory, and double-click on FlashUtil9b.exe. Make sure all your browsers are closed, then reboot.
2. update to the beta Flash Player Update 3 (188.8.131.52) from http://labs.adobe.com. And be certain to update to the final Flash Player 9 Update 3 release when it is available.
3. reduce the number of tabs open in an instance of IE7. Reducing the number of tabs simultaneously running SWFs will reduce the amount of memory consumed, and will decrease the likelihood for the crash condition to occur.
4.if you have X number of tabs open and crash, try limiting yourself to X-3 tabs or so. For example, if you have 7 tabs open and crash fairly consistently, try to limit yourself to 6 tabs. If 6 tabs fail, try 5.
5. Launch new instances of IE7, and limit the number of tabs launched per instance
Optionally, as suggested above, you do have the option to use Flash Player 8 in the interim:
-- rolling back to Flash Player 8 using the technote "Archived Flash players available for testing purposes". You'll need to be vigilant about preventing any Flash Player 9 updates. And note that this will prevent you from viewing any content that requires Flash Player 9.
Copyrightę Conexant Systems, Inc. 2006
abctl32.ocx or one of it's dependancies is not registered.
A fatal Scheduler error has occured C:\Program Files\Cognos\cer3\bin\User Workspace\Schedule.mdb modMain.StartUI. Component 'tabctl32.ocx' or one of its dependencies not correctly registered: a file is missing or invalid (339) CognosBatcher.ServiceRequest Application-defined or object-defined erro.
Download and copy tabctl32.ocx to system32 (SysWOW64 on 64-bit systems) and register it.
TABCTL32 OLE Control DLL
Copyright © 1987-2000 Microsoft Corp.
Got computer error message like:
"Dll was not found"
"the procedure entry point Dll error"
"Dll could not be located"
"Cannot register Dll"
at startup or shutdown or run program?
No "missing dll" anymore - Repair dll errors - How to fix windows dll corrupt on your windows xp,vista,2000/2003,win7, win8,win10