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Postby Douglas Hill » Sat Nov 27, 2004 9:00 pm

I am running NewsMerge on a WInXP Home system.

When I try to open an issue for editing, This error message pops up:

Component "dhtmled.ocx" or one of its dependencies is not correctly registered: file is missing or invalid.

I have Roxio Go Back installed and running, but I am not sure what to try to reset. Will a reinstall fix this? I am using Newsmerge 2.2.507.

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Additional information November 28:

dhtmled.ocx seems not to be correctly registered in the Registry: the second line in the NewsMerge entry is all zeros. I have tried reinstalling Internet Explorer and Outlook Express to see if that will fix the registry, but it does not. As well, I have tried unregistering and reregistering dhtmled.ocx at the command line, but inspite of changing the path of the command line, I cannot get past the "cannot find path" error.

So I still cannot edit my weekly newsletter that was due out this weekend.

Help!
Douglas Hill
 

Postby alorbach » Mon Nov 29, 2004 10:28 am

HI,

NewsMerge itself does install this control if it is missing.
So a reinstall might work. If not, try the following command in the command prompt:

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regsvr32 DHTMLED.OCX


regards,
Andre
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Postby Douglas Hill » Mon Nov 29, 2004 5:39 pm

I have uninstalled the previous version, reinstalled build 507, rebooted and still get the error message when I try to edit.

I have run regsrv32 dhtmled.ocx at the command prompt, rebooted, and still had the same problem.

I have run Norton to repair registry problems -- there were some, but the error message still crashes the program.

Is there a registry edit I can do directly?
Douglas Hill
 

Problem solved!

Postby Douglas Hill » Tue Nov 30, 2004 1:57 am

At the command prompt, I ran regsrv32 dhtmled.ocx successfully, then I changed to the resident directory for triedit.dll, and ran regsvr32 triedit.dll,
and was able to edit again. :idea:

Question: is 507 the most recent stable build?
Douglas Hill
 

Postby alorbach » Tue Nov 30, 2004 10:54 am

Build 511 is the latest one, see this thread ;)
http://forum.adiscon.com/topic,30.html

best regards,
Andre

PS: Was a really strange Problem
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