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Windows xp registry problem

Posted on 2006-06-21
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I am getting an error when trying to register the following dll files in windows xp professional:
DartSock.dll,DartUtil.dll,DartMail.dll,crviewer9.dll
I am getting this error "DLLRegisterServer in DartUtil.Dll failed
Return code was : 0x8002801c"
I have even tried to log on as an Administrator but still failed.
Can anyone please help.
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I am having problem using the Regmon,is there any simpler instructions on doing this?
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Sam Panwar earned 150 total points
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Hi,

If, for some reason, you cannot write to these keys, you will receive the above mentioned error. To resolve the error, follow these steps:

   1. Log into your server as an Administrator
   2. Using RegEdt32, locate these keys in your registry
   3. Verify that these keys have the following permissions
         1. Administrators / Full Control
         2. System / Full Control
         3. Everyone / Read
   4. Rerun RegSvr32 for DartUtil.Dll

OR

File may be corrupt. check with another

2.Reregister it

run >
regsvr32 <file path> Enter

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