"bodybreak" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I've been trying to register Comdlg32.ocx on my new system... quite the
> exercise in frustration! For a while, it wouldn't find the file, but I
> think I have worked around that problem by giving permissions to all
> users, since you can't Run As Admin for an .ocx file.
That's a 32 bit COM solution, and this is what you needed to do.
The all Users thing you should have not done IMO.
You should have done it for your logged-in user account. If "bobybreak" is
the user-id you use to login with as user/admin, then user "bobybreak"
should have been added as an account with the same full-rights as the
> However, I'm geting a new error now:
> The module "comdlg32.ocx" may not be compatible with the version of
> Windows that you're running. Check to see if the module is compatible
> with an x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) version of regsvr32.ocx.
Common Dialog32.ocx is a 32 bit program solution.
> My system is a 64-bit, so I'm pretty sure I would need the 64-bit
> comdlg32.ocx module. Does such a thing exist? Where can I find it?
> There are lots of sites out her with downloads for this module, but none
> seem to specify 32-bit or 64-bit.
I don't think there is a 64 bit COM technology. It's only 32 bit.
This is what comdlg32.ocx does from a Windows Web or Desktop solution
It must be that you're trying to install some 32 bit leagcy application on
64 bit system that wants that comdlg32.ocx. It may not be viable.