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on the windows member server 2003 r2 sp1 member server, in x64 edition.

cannot register in c:\windows\syswow\dwbc32.ocx
file does exist and i have it on other servers, have copied dwbc32.ocx from working environment but that does no work.

we have trend anti virus software  

is there tools i can downlaod and run to fix this file otherwise i am looking at a rebuild
loadlibrary (C:\windows\syswow\dwbc32.ocx) failed the specified module could not be found

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Question by:Amanda Walshaw
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by:Sureshbharathy
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U register that file in this method right?

>RUN
>Type Cmd
>regsvr32.exe "C:\Windows\System\dwsbc32.oxc"


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by:Amanda Walshaw
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i have tried option one a number of itmes this did not work, what is happening is entries are missing from regedit tables.
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by:Amanda Walshaw
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i have tried opention 2 Adil

still same issue  from loadlibrary (C:\windows\syswow\dwbc32.ocx) failed the specified module could not be found
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HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Search Assistant\ACMru\5603

create String value Name: 000 Data:dwxbc32.ocx

2nd value:

HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-198575724-866408411-929701000-238583\Software\Microsoft\Search Assistant\ACMru\5603

create String value Name: 000 Data:dwxbc32.ocx

And then try registering the keys.

Hope this helps.
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by:Amanda Walshaw
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this solution did not work the entries were already in the regedit for the folder acmru under microsoft.

i am trying to register on windows 2003 server standard 64 edition service pack

still get the same error of
loadlibrary (C:\windows\syswow\dwbc32.ocx) failed the specified module could not be found

is there are regedit tool out there?

i have also tried to register the dwxbc32.ocx file in the system32 but that did not work.
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by:Amanda Walshaw
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again the solutions supplied have not worked, is there are regedit tool out there that I can compare????

this solution did not work the entries were already in the regedit for the folder acmru under microsoft.

i am trying to register on windows 2003 server standard 64 edition service pack

still get the same error of
loadlibrary (C:\windows\syswow\dwbc32.ocx) failed the specified module could not be found

is there are regedit tool out there?

i have also tried to register the dwxbc32.ocx file in the system32 but that did not work.
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