Then re-compile. Quote: >Hi, Steve. >Nothing to do with Win98, I run it with no problems, as did several thousand >people on the beta. All this mess started when I upgraded to > Windows > |>98. > |>>> > |>>>I know other folks have had the same problems because I have left > a > Everything worked well on the 8th of March 2013. have a peek at this web-site
Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Then once I recompiled the ocx I was able to add it. In order to solve this I had to register the ocx using Regsvr32 on a command line (Admin) prompt, but it still tricky since I had to navigate the way to Oddly primary computer has IE 11 installed together with VB6/VS6 and has not problem with this. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1121344/vb6-error-cannot-load-ocx-file
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I have no clue why I can't use (add the OCX in the Project > Components ... > Components Dialog > Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6.0 (SP6) but the exe works! Clearly the .vbp and registry have to match. All product names are trademarks of their respective companies. Vb6 Mscomctl.ocx Object Library Not Registered Project file had been edited outside standardized build machine and contained references to OCX components - including workstation specific paths & versions of the components.
Poor|Excellent Yes No Document Quality? IE4 Assistant Forum Manager Quote:>No matter what I have tried, I can not get COMCTL32.OCX to load in VB5. >When I look at the components list I see Microsoft Windows Common Are you talking about MSCOMM32.OCX or MSCOMCTL.OCX? You have to run command prompt elevated and run regsvr32 with elevated privileges to register/unregister succesfully. 0 LVL 32 Overall: Level 32 Visual Basic Classic 8 Message Author Comment by:Daniel
Please award the points now, thanks! 0 LVL 32 Overall: Level 32 Visual Basic Classic 8 Message Author Comment by:Daniel Wilson ID: 346423682011-01-19 It seems that a long time ago, Mscomctl.ocx Could Not Be Loaded Vb6 Windows 10 Then I manually renamed C:\windows\system32\mscomctl.ocx and put new mscomctl.ocx from my vb6/sp6 installation package and registered MSConctl.ocx by Regsvr32 in DOS command window. This should solve your Common Control problem unless you are using imagecombo. Thanks!
I'm running Windows 7 64 bit. To do is to be (Descartes). Mscomctl.ocx Could Not Be Loaded Vb6 you have a less evolved version). Comctl32.ocx Could Not Be Loaded Vb6 LVL 10 Overall: Level 10 Visual Basic Classic 9 Message Assisted Solution by:cool12399 cool12399 earned 125 total points ID: 346509452011-01-19 Hi Daniel, Sounds good.
I think this may be because when I installed service pack 6 I kept some of the original files when asked since the replacement files were for American english and I Check This Out If you can, the problem is with VB6 and not the ocx. If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Vb.net 2008 2 52 115d How to update a sql 2012 database I tried to add reference but when i check the 'microsoft windows common controls 6.0 (sp6)" i get the error that the control cannot be loaded and the control get unchecked. Mscomctl.ocx Could Not Be Loaded Windows 10
If it works on another computer -- then on your machine you've installed something that's changed it. So I guess this must be your issue. Problem is resolved. Source For that to be present >>>|something else has been installed, it does not come with Win98. >>>| >>>|-- >>>| >>>|Regards, Paul. >>>| >>>|IE4 Assistant Forum Manager >>>| >>>| >>>|>Well, they should
That's why many 32-bit VB6 programs can still run on 64-bit systems. Mscomctl.ocx Could Not Be Loaded In Windows 7 32 Bit Nothing to do with Win98, I run it with no problems, as did several thousand people on the beta. Start a new thread here 5345615 Related Discussions Unable to Delete Files with VB6 on Win7 Controls Suddenly Not Able to Work Properly?
My userinterface.vbp file for the project (copied from Win XP) had #2.2 next to the MSCOMCTL.OCX reference but my registry class id had only 2.1. I've Googled around and searched but can't find a solution that works. AND, as you said, "ANY ideas?" :-) Reply With Quote Jan 19th, 2013,01:53 PM #3 gibra View Profile View Forum Posts Frenzied Member Join Date Oct 2009 Location ITALY Posts 1,194 Vb6 Project Could Not Be Loaded Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up VB6 Error - Cannot load .ocx File up vote 4 down vote favorite 1 I have been trying to load a OCX
But to day, no chance. We ended up re-registering the control. There are likely to be early versions of Visual Studio 6.0 > controls in the preview and that might have confused the system. > Regards, > John Giudice > +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ > have a peek here I'm not sure how the version 6.0 entry got onto your system, what else have you installed lately ? -- Regards, Paul.
All this mess started when I upgraded to Windows |>98. |>>> |>>>I know other folks have had the same problems because I have left a |>message |>>>before and gotten several requests It's currently in the process of installing 134 Security Updates (over 500 Mb of them). Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 40 of 43 Thread: Windows 7, 32 bit - MSCOMCTL.OCX "could not be loaded" Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Normally there's a first run and a reboot, then when the second phase starts after booting you need to kill that and run it elevated Ah, no I didn't do that.
I had this problem this >morning but I found a new version of this file by looking in the Knowledge Base. with a higher version #. Try re-registering it with regsvr32.exe. -- Regards, Paul. Fred van Leeuwen replied Oct 23, 2013 @All.
I installed VS6 with my VS6 Installer tool and this does not happen. The reference to >>version >>|6.0 still looks like a likely culprit to me. Fred? UK Posts 6,334 Re: Windows 7, 32 bit - MSCOMCTL.OCX "could not be loaded" Originally Posted by dilettante Did you run both phases of the install elevated?
If anyone else has >>>solved >>>|>>>these please let me know. >>>|>>> >>>|>>>Thanks, >>>|>>> >>>|>>>Steve O. >>>|>>> >>>|>>> >>>|>> >>>|> >>>|> >>>|> >>>| Sat, 03 Feb 2001 03:00:00 GMT Page Would presence of MANPADS ground the entire airline industry? first I tried registering the .ocx using regsvr32 - on the 32 bit machine it would get unloaded from time to time...
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