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Registering/Loading OCX files

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why does the program i wanted to run always gives me the "Cannot Load(or register) ocx file"?
I have already copied that file(winsck.ocx) in the windows\system directory, and still can't make the program run
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You will need to use regsvr32 winsck.ocx before running your program. The winsck.ocx may also use other OCXes, so you will need to copy and register them too.
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