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Error 429 Activex Windows 7Ask Question x Dismiss Join the Stack Overflow Community Stack Overflow is a community of 4.7 million programmers, just like you, helping each other. Join them; it only takes a minute: runtime error 429 activex component can't create object windows xp Sign up How do I resolve “Run-time error '429': ActiveX component can't create object”? up vote 9 down vote favorite 1 My company has a VB6 application using Crystal Reports 7 which a client has asked to be installed on Windows 7 32 bit. It is currently installed on Windows XP 32bit SP2 machines at the client. Connection to the DB is runtime error 429 activex component can't create object windows 8 done via ODBC to SQL Server 2000 instance on another server. On Windows 7, the installation works fine, however when you try to open the application, the error is given. I have looked at the following: Registering all the dll's and ocx files using regsvr32. Some will not register as they either are registered already or the following message is given "Make sure that "[name].dll" is valid DLL or OCX file and then try again." I read this forum thread regarding this: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/vblanguage/thread/0653f685-4526-45d9-89f3-8c479a6b4c62 Monitored the opening of the application using a ProcessMonitor application to try and spot if there is a missing dll or ocx file - this does not seem to be the case. Reviewed the application according to this list and nothing seems to be against these guidelines I've noticed two items in the knowledge base that relate to this http://support.microsoft.com/kb/281848 - the comdlg32.ocx bundled with the application is version 184.108.40.206 and the one in the system32 folder on the dev machine (WinXP 32 bit) is 220.127.116.11. However if this was the issue then surely it would not work currently? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/184898 -
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Runtime Error 429 Activex Component Can't Create Object Windows 10- after installing Crystal Reports Plug-in You may receive the following error 429 activex windows 7 64 bit error when attempting to use the Crystal Report Plug-in after newly installing it: Error 429, ActiveX component can't
- ActiveX Component Can't Create Object Donate $1 now to see this question answered quickly Sponsored questions offer a monetary incentive to answerers to produce quality responses. Be intelligently matched with 5 likely answerers who will be alerted to help. 8Contributors 11Replies 32Views 4 YearsDiscussion Span 2 Years Ago Last Post by OrionBlastar https://www.daniweb.com/programming/software-development/threads/429061/runtime-error-429-activex-component-can-t-create-object 0 4 Years Ago Hi, I just completed a project in VB6. It was running smoothly when https://community.flexerasoftware.com/archive/index.php?t-5432.html I tested it on my console, i.e. development PC. Then, I created a setup file of it using the InstallShield Wizard and tried to run it on a fresh test PC. The setup completed successfully but when I launched the exe file, it gave me the error "Runtime Error 429 - ActiveX Component Can't Create Object".. Help plz... frnds2vivek 39 posts since Mar 2012 Community Member error 429 visual-basic-6 0 G_Waddell 131 4 Years Ago What object is it not able to create? e.g. Word? Excel? PDF? etc... 0 gusano79 247 4 Years Ago When I've seen this kind of error before, it's usually one of two things: The ActiveX object wasn't registered properly--or simply doesn't exist. The application was built with reference to a version of the ActiveX object with a different class ID. I'd look at #1 first--which ActiveX components are you using, and are they all installed on the error 429 activex test PC? 0 AndreRet 362 4 Years Ago As gusano mentioned, the object was not registered properly. Find out what active x it is, copy it to your windows system32 folder (win SysWOW folder in win7), click on run from youir start menu, type in regsvr32 and the active x name and click on ok. If using win 7, run cmd (as admin) and type in regsvr32 and the FULL path and the ocx name and press enter, i.e. regsvr32 mshflxgrd.ocx OR WIN7 - regsvr32 c:/MyFULLPathHere/mshflxgrd.ocx 0 Discussion Starter frnds2vivek 4 Years Ago As soon as I launch the exe file, I get the error 429. I manually registered all the associated dlls and ocx using the regsvr32 command but couldn't rectify the problem. Since, the error occurs as soon as I launch the file, I am unable to guess as to which part of the code should be referred. Find out what active x it is 0 Discussion Starter frnds2vivek 4 Years Ago am using "Microsoft Activex Data Objects 2.8 Library". I found out for the file in the test PC and registered it using regsvr32 but still the problem continues.. 0 Discussion Starter frnds2vivek 4 Years Ago found that the problem could be due to Crystal Report ocx file as the ocx is not getting registered using regsvr32. It shows an error that "LoadLibrary "Crystl32.ocx" failed - The specified module could not be found". However when I checked system32 for the file I found the o
PDA View Full Version : error 429 ActiveX component unable to create object NewsArchive10-04-2001, 12:00 AMI'm getting "error 429 ActiveX component unable to create object" when my VB program goes through the initialisation process. This is being caused because of one out of two things not being there: 1) Support files for my runtime Crystal Reports files OR 2) The wrong mdac version Possible solutions: 1) If it a CRAXDRT.Report that can't be created: That simply means that InstallShield is not picking up all the dependency files. My question is: Why not? I've read the getting started guide, done what it said. So what's up??????? I've used Seagate Depends to find supporting DLL's and I don't want to go spend more money on REVEAL by Addison Software. I bought InstallShield to solve the problems I had with VB Package & Deployment Wizard. Now I have to buy REVEAL to solve the problems with InstallShield? Where does it end?!?!?!? 2) If the correct MDAC files are not getting picked up for distribution: Some of you say to rather use a custom action to install mdac because it is more reliable. I guess I'll have to try that... Is there an endless source of wisdom out there that can guide me on this desperately dark road? Please, please, please... NewsArchive10-04-2001, 12:00 AMPlease take a look at http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q281/8/48.ASP on MSDN. "Nicklaus Brizee"