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problem creating objects on my webserver: cocreateobject failed

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I am trying to create just a normal object (adodb.connection) and when i try to do so, i get the error "ActiveX component can't create object". so when i look in the event viewer, this is the corresponding error:

Failed on creation from object context: CoCreateInstance  (ProgId: ADODB.Connection.1.5) (CLSID: {00000514-0000-0010-8000-00AA006D2EA4})     (Microsoft Transaction Server Internals Information: File: d:\viper\src\runtime\context\ccontext.cpp, Line: 1292)

any ideas? i greatly appreciate any help.
rachel
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Reinstall the ADO... this will fix any problems with the ActiveX Database Object.
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I am sorry, you can DL the ADO from microsoft at:
http://www.microsoft.com/data/mdac15.htm
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