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Cannot register cscmd32.ocx on windows XP sp2

Posted on 2004-10-04
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Hi, please forgive and point me in the right direction if this is not the appropriate place to ask this question:

I have re-installed some 3rd party software since instally xp sp2.
Software was error free prior to this.

Now when trying to run, I get Run-time error 339, Component cscmd.ocx or one of its dependancies not correctly registered: a file is missing or invalid.

When I try and register, I am told it failed, with a return code of 0x80040200.

Does anyone have a solution to this.
I had a similar problem with cstext32,ocx and was able to download a fix tool - cstextcontrol_update.exe from knowledgepoint to fix this, but can find no fixes for the cscmd32.ocx problem.
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http://www.tenantfile.com/XPSP2Fix.htm

Be carefull with this link, it looks like it can solve your problem, but I didn't test this. The right place to ask this question is Windows XP area. I guess you will get the same link there...
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thanks for your help - it worked.
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This helped me as well.
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