LoadLibrary (regsvr32 "%ProgramFiles%\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VGX\vgx.dll") failed - ...

Discussion in 'Windows XP General' started by Cheryl T, Sep 29, 2006.

  1. Cheryl T

    Cheryl T Guest

    The specified module could not be found.

    Hi All,

    I may have posted my situation/question in the wrong newsgroup (for IE 6)
    that's why I'm posting here, as well.

    First of all, my apologies if this has been addressed in the newsgroups
    already. I've been away for awhile and had thousands of posts, so only
    skimmed through them before deciding to post.

    Win XP Pro, IE 6 on a home network (this post applies to the main desktop
    computer only).

    I applied the manual registry fix for the VML hole in Internet Explorer
    which I found at http://www.askwoody. Namely:

    regsvr32 -u "%ProgramFiles%\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VGX\vgx.dll"

    I now need to undo it so I can deploy, from Shavlik HFNetChkPro Plus, the
    new VML patch MS06-055. This deployment is to the main desktop computer
    only, not to the entire network.

    My attempts to re register VML fail and I receive the above RegSvr32 error.
    I think it's due to the fact that my XP Pro is an OEM version - I have no
    CDs. I think there is a disk library on board somewhere though, because I
    have done a couple of "repair Word (2003)" maneuvers in the past.

    Can someone tell me what my next step is to remedy this problem? I'm
    somewhat familiar with the command line and registry edits, if that's what
    it takes to get me where I'd like to be.

    As always, guys, thanks so much for taking time to help so many. Your
    efforts do not go unnoticed!

    Cheryl T
     
    Cheryl T, Sep 29, 2006
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  2. Cheryl T

    Cheryl T Guest

    Nevermind. From within the registry, I removed the -u parameter manually.

    "DllRegisterServer in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft
    Shared\VGX\vgx.dll succeeded."

    Thanks anyway. :)

    Cher


    | The specified module could not be found.
    |
    | Hi All,
    |
    | I may have posted my situation/question in the wrong newsgroup (for IE 6)
    | that's why I'm posting here, as well.
    |
    | First of all, my apologies if this has been addressed in the newsgroups
    | already. I've been away for awhile and had thousands of posts, so only
    | skimmed through them before deciding to post.
    |
    | Win XP Pro, IE 6 on a home network (this post applies to the main desktop
    | computer only).
    |
    | I applied the manual registry fix for the VML hole in Internet Explorer
    | which I found at http://www.askwoody. Namely:
    |
    | regsvr32 -u "%ProgramFiles%\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VGX\vgx.dll"
    |
    | I now need to undo it so I can deploy, from Shavlik HFNetChkPro Plus, the
    | new VML patch MS06-055. This deployment is to the main desktop computer
    | only, not to the entire network.
    |
    | My attempts to re register VML fail and I receive the above RegSvr32
    error.
    | I think it's due to the fact that my XP Pro is an OEM version - I have no
    | CDs. I think there is a disk library on board somewhere though, because I
    | have done a couple of "repair Word (2003)" maneuvers in the past.
    |
    | Can someone tell me what my next step is to remedy this problem? I'm
    | somewhat familiar with the command line and registry edits, if that's what
    | it takes to get me where I'd like to be.
    |
    | As always, guys, thanks so much for taking time to help so many. Your
    | efforts do not go unnoticed!
    |
    | Cheryl T
    |
    |
     
    Cheryl T, Sep 29, 2006
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  3. Cheryl T

    NewScience Guest

    And pls next time, do not place post in Subject line. Your Subject line
    appeared as if it was cutoff.
    Most people will not reply to such posts.
     
    NewScience, Sep 29, 2006
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