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How do i register winsck.ocx?-- VERY IMOPORTANT!!

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In some cool progs, the message "winsck.ocx is not registered correctly" appears when i execute it, how do i solve this problem?
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Type regsvr32.exe and then the full path to the ocx file example
regsvr32.exe c:\winnt\system32\winsock.ocx
This will register the activex file and it should then work.
If you require more then let me know.
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