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how to register winsck.ocx

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could anyone tell me how to register winsck.ocx ??
!!!HELP!!!
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Question by:flash19
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You should be able to go to Start/Run

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C:\windows\system\regsvr32.exe (Path where winsck.ocx is)\winsck.ocx

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winsck.ocx is included in something else
to register it you must dl the thing it is supposed to be included in then install that program, the program registers it..
to register it
Go here: http://www.flashback.net/~kenny/icq/index.htm
Read the section regarding winsck.ocx, the download of the Internet ActiveX controls fixed this for me
good luck, Brodie

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