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Billy Woodside March 7, at 3: How to install mscomct2. So they are from Access. Did this solve your problem?
Saturday, October 23, Monday, July 26, 6: Makes sure the binary is stored at the specified path or debug it to check for problems with the binary or dependent. The specified module could not be found. Sign in to vote.
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Someone told me it comes with Access, but I'm not sure. Wineows, April 19, 1: Not even tryring to register librayr.
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Sunday, November 7, It works fine on my machine, but others can't use it because they are missing the mscomct2. OCX file in C: It will address your original and later follow-up question.
OCX which is 32 bit on a 64 bit system and you put it in the typical C: Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. I found where to download it http: Might want to adjust your article to reflect this.
Zoom Zoom Buzz Buzz and it is installed and ready to use. Ian Matthews December 11, at 6: I am a newby and I have tried but cannot get it to work. Hi, I have exactly the same problem and followed your instructions, OfficeBoy The error when failing is 0xC.
Windows Media Player Missing. I have the same problem. I used the same folder. Graham Mayor Replied on December 14, The specified module could not be found.
On the other hand, Access can display a "native" date picker from a msscomct2.ocx box that is formatted as a date; since this doesn't rely on an external file, it is more stable than using an ActiveX control. Thank you for the link. Ian Matthews March 15, at 5: If anyone else has joy, let us know.