Cannot Manually Register LTOCX13N.OCX Files XP Pro sp3


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Tom

Hi, we use an older propriety application that apparently uses ltocx13n.ocx
because when we attempt to run one of the applets from the propriety
application the following error message appears:

run-time error '339'
Component 'ltocx12n.ocx' or one of its dependencies not correctly
registered: a file is missing or invalid

During the install of the program on a freshly ghosted PC it generated error
message - unable to register cstext32.ocx. The vendor sent me a custom
cstext32.ocx which I manually registered without problems.

We have successfully used this application for about eight years w/o
problems 'til now. Anybody else out there run into this problem?

Thanks,

Tom
 
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Paul

Tom said:
Hi, we use an older propriety application that apparently uses ltocx13n.ocx
because when we attempt to run one of the applets from the propriety
application the following error message appears:

run-time error '339'
Component 'ltocx12n.ocx' or one of its dependencies not correctly
registered: a file is missing or invalid

During the install of the program on a freshly ghosted PC it generated error
message - unable to register cstext32.ocx. The vendor sent me a custom
cstext32.ocx which I manually registered without problems.

We have successfully used this application for about eight years w/o
problems 'til now. Anybody else out there run into this problem?

Thanks,

Tom

Tried their forum ?

http://support.leadtools.com/SupportPortal/cs/forums/575/ShowPost.aspx

Paul
 
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Brian Cryer said:
Even if cstext32.ocs was missing and the reason ltocx12n.ocx failed to
register, you will still need to register ltocx12n.ocx. Have you tried to
reregister it? If so then what error do you get when you try to register
ltocx12n.ocx?

No error message at all that's what's so puzzling.
 
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ace

I had a regsvr32 error this morning which failed but without a message ...
it turned out simply to be my mistake because I was using the /s flag which
suppressed the error. If its not something as simple as that, then how do
you know it failed if it doesn't come back with any error message?

Because I didn't use the /s switch, it didn't reply w/ registered successful
and the application still doesn't work.

I've tried for two days to register on the leadTools Forums but it won't let
me post a message there.
 
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ace

If it didn't reply with successfully registered then it should have reported
a hex error number if not an error message. Something must have been
reported or was it totally quiet?

totally quiet. The vendor has spent many hours trying to find out what the
problem is.
 
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LEADTOOLS

totally quiet.  The vendor has spent many hours trying to find out whatthe
problem is.



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Hello,

Make sure all dependencies are available, and that you have
administrative privileges. At a minimum, you will definitely need
LTKRN13N.DLL, LTDIS13N.DLL, LTEFX13N.DLL, LTFIL13N.DLL, LTIMG13N.DLL,
LTTWN13N.DLL, and LTEFX13N.DLL. If you do not have these files, you
may need to contact the vendor for these installation files.

Regarding our forum, we have just performed a test registration with
no problems. Please contact us at (e-mail address removed) if you
continue to have problems.

LEADTOOLS Support
LEAD Technologies Inc.
http://www.leadtools.com/
http://support.leadtools.com/cs/forums/
 
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ace

LEADTOOLS said:
Hello,

Make sure all dependencies are available, and that you have
administrative privileges. At a minimum, you will definitely need
LTKRN13N.DLL, LTDIS13N.DLL, LTEFX13N.DLL, LTFIL13N.DLL, LTIMG13N.DLL,
LTTWN13N.DLL, and LTEFX13N.DLL. If you do not have these files, you
may need to contact the vendor for these installation files.

Regarding our forum, we have just performed a test registration with
no problems. Please contact us at (e-mail address removed) if you
continue to have problems.

I'm logged on w/ administrative privileges The LT* files are on the PCs.
While installing the application I get message error "unable to register
cstex32.ocx" I then delete the existing files, cstext32.ocx, from
winnt\system32 then copy the vendor supplied cstext32.ocx into system32 then
register cstext32.ocx. When I run a certain applet from within the
application the following error message appeears: run-time error ‘339’
Component ‘ltocx13n.ocx’ or one of its dependencies not correctly
registered: a file is missing or invalid

When I try to register ltocx13n.ocx (regsvr32 ltocx13n.ocx) nothing
happens. The PCs that don't work w/ the application have a different
software image ghosted to them. Each later image seems to have more security
installed on them. Is there anyplace else in Windows i can check re: the
inability to regisiter files?

When I get some time I'll try to register at your site again.

thanks much.
 
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LEADTOOLS

I'm logged on w/ administrative privileges The LT* files are on the PCs.  
While installing the application I get  message  error "unable to register
cstex32.ocx" I then delete the existing files, cstext32.ocx,  from
winnt\system32 then copy the vendor  supplied cstext32.ocx into system32 then
register cstext32.ocx.  When I run a certain applet from within the
application the following error message appeears: run-time error ‘339’
Component ‘ltocx13n.ocx’ or one of its dependencies not correctly
registered: a file is missing or invalid

When I try to register  ltocx13n.ocx (regsvr32 ltocx13n.ocx) nothing
happens.   The PCs that don't work w/ the application have a different
software image ghosted to them.  Each later image seems to have more security
installed on them.   Is there anyplace else in Windows i can check re: the
inability to regisiter files?

When I get some time I'll try to register at your site again.

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If this is a 64 bit OS, make sure you are registering the files in C:
\Windows\SysWOW64, and not the system32 directory. If that does not
work, there is unfortunately not much else we can do and you will need
to contact the software vendor.

Thanks,

LEADTOOLS Support
LEAD Technologies Inc.
http://www.leadtools.com/
http://support.leadtools.com/cs/forums/
 
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ace

If this is a 64 bit OS, make sure you are registering the files in C:
\Windows\SysWOW64, and not the system32 directory. If that does not
work, there is unfortunately not much else we can do and you will need
to contact the software vendor

it is 32bit Windows XP Pro sp3
 

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