dllregisterserver scrrun.dll failed????????

Posted on 2006-11-07
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
I get this error when using command:
regsvr32 /i scrrun.dll

I also loged in as administrator.
thanks in advance.
Question by:tatamaruri
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Expert Comment

ID: 17891207
Greetings, tatamaruri !

Are you trying to unregister a file?  /i needs to be followed by a command line. Use regsvr32 /u scrrun.dll
See the syntax in this page

Best wishes!

Author Comment

ID: 17895351
I used regsvr32 /u scrrun.dll and then register: regsvr32 /i scrrun.dll or regsvr32 scrrun.dll but it still error. :(
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Expert Comment

ID: 17895384
regsvr32 scrrun.dll still does not allow you register the file?  Where is scrrun.dll located?  You may need to write whole path to the dll file.  ie regsvr32 <path>/scrrun.dll
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Author Comment

ID: 17895442
regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\scrrun.dll
still error :(
this problem not only for this file... I also get error when registering some system dll files.
full error:

DllRegisterServer in scrrun.dll failed.
Return code was: 0x80004005

Author Comment

ID: 17895457
this problem occurs after I  installed VB6.
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Accepted Solution

sramesh2k earned 500 total points
ID: 17897341
Hi tatamaruri,

>> Return code was: 0x80004005

0x80004005 code denotes "Access is Denied". To resolve the problem, reset the registry permissions using SubInACL tool. For details, check the following thread, answered by Ken Zhao [MSFT]:

Author Comment

ID: 17897500
thank you!!! you are reallly pro!!!
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ID: 17897540
You're very welcome :)

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