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    How to register ocx file in windows 7

    Hi all,

    I am using Window 7. I need to register ocx file but Activex do not register, can not be identified by the system and use of the general installation program will automatically put it to use activex control registered, but if i get a control. So i know that how should manually register ocx file in windows 7. Please suggest.

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    Re: How to register ocx file in windows 7

    If you modify the registry would be too cumbersome, and the system in the windows folder there is a regsvr32.exe program that comes with windows is the activex registration and anti-registration tool. Go to the steps:
    (1) regsvr32 usage as follows: "Regsvr32 [/ s] [/ n] [/ i (: cmdline)] dllname". Which dllname for the activex control, file name, it is recommended before installation copied to the system folder.
    Parameters have the following meanings:
    / u - Anti-Registration Control
    / s - whether registration was successful or not, shall not display the prompt box
    / c - Console output
    / i - bypass the control options to install (and register different)
    / n - do not register the control, this option must be with the / i option is used in conjunction.
    check and reply.

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    How to register ocx file in windows 7

    You can go Start - Run, bring up run dialog, you can also use the hotkey Win + R, and then you can enter directly into the input field, at the beginning - Run type cmd, bring up 'command prompt' window, and then run regsvr32 command. When using Regsvr32.exe, it attempts to load the component and call its DLL Self Register function. If this attempt is successful, Regsvr32.exe displays a dialog box that indicates success. If this attempt fails, Regsvr32.exe will return an error message, which may include a Win32 error code. Check and reply.

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    Re: How to register ocx file in windows 7

    For fast way to register DLL and OCX. Follow the steps:
    (1) In the Explorer, locate C: \ Windows \ System \ Regsvr32.exe and Copy (press the right mouse button select copy).In the directory moved to the C: \ Windows \ Send to, the Executive. Paste the shortcut. (press the right mouse button select paste shortcut)
    (2) Changed the name of the shortcut REGISTER.
    (3) Click on OK.

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    How to register ocx file in windows 7

    If you want to make a registration of a file to do actions, such as: C:\ Windows\System\Test.ocx, You just open the Explorer, locate C: \Windows \ System\Test.ocx, click the right mouse button select REGISTER sent to the to complete the registration of movement.There is a place to note is that, Regsvr32.exe only register 32 of the document. If you use it to register the 16-bit file, there will be an error message generated.
    regsvr32 Shdocvw.dll
    regsvr32 Oleaut32.dll
    regsvr32 Actxprxy.dll
    regsvr32 Mshtml.dll
    regsvr32 Urlmon.dll
    All the best.

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    Re: How to register ocx file in windows 7

    i tried but it said file loaded but the entry point dll was not found.

    please sure your file is a valid dll or OCX file and try again...

    im trying to register TABCTL32.OCX

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