Updated mscomctr.ocx not working need to role back

Posted on 2012-08-16
Last Modified: 2012-08-16
In a MS update yesterday ( the mscomctr.ocx has been updated from 6.01.9833 14/02/2012 to a laterversion 6.01.9834 dated 06/06/2012.

My Access app uses the listview control which has been working for the last 3 years. Now the control will not respond to dbl click event or column header click event.

I have successfully rolled back by using the system restore to reverse the ms update. However as soon as I had done this MS wanted me to shut down to reinstall updates. I dont want to keep MS updates turned off so want to do a manual fix by unreg mscomctr.ocx and install and register the previous version. It has dependancies and I can see me getting into a mess. Any help on a way forward would be great?
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