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    To Fix VB6 Runtime Errors

    For those of you who have pm'd me with this issue or those who have not pm'd but still get the error.
    If you try to run a program and get a non descriptive Visual Basic error, try these steps.

    "Failed to load ctlRipperWrapper...blab bla bla..."

    On your computer, download and run this:

    http://clraik.com/forum/downloads.php?do=file&id=133


    ---MANUAL INSTALL---
    The files you need:

    http://www.clraik.com/infamousjoe/VBFiles.zip

    For trainers only (if not already installed)
    Flash Player

    Instruction After Downloading the .ZIP File:

    1)

    Open the .ZIP file, then open the folder and move all of the files into your system32 folder (C:\Windows\System32)

    IF YOU ARE RUNNING A 64-BIT COMPUTER (Check this by right clicking "My Computer" -> Select Properties and then a window will pop-up, it will tell you under "System type" near the middle) THEN YOU NEED TO DO THIS IN THE C:\Windows\SysWOW64 FOLDER!

    2) Next up, go to Start, type "cmd" (Windows 8+, do this in the search), right click the icon and select RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR. A black console window should come up.

    ...and type regsvr32 "%systemroot%\System32\msinet.ocx" in the box OR change to SysWOW64 if you put the files there, for all

    DO THIS FOR THESE ONES TOO:

    regsvr32 "%systemroot%\System32\mswinsck.ocx"
    regsvr32 "%systemroot%\System32\tabctl32.ocx"
    regsvr32 "%systemroot%\System32\comdlg32.ocx"


    Note: If you are not getting a successful register, chances are you have to right click the "Run" program and run as admin.
    If you are still having the same issues try finding the missing ocx here or dll here
    Last edited by Infamous Joe; 07-03-2015 at 06:36 PM.

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    Well, I've ran into some problems helping others and of course on my own computer after a fresh install of Windows. So I thought I'd post a little bit more help in case anyone else has these issues. Particularly this post will cover the manual files section. I've put together the collection of OCX files so you don't have to manually download each one, and also written a batch file that should take care of the registering for you.

    VB Files for 32-bit Machines

    VB Files for 64-bit Machines

    All you have to do is:
    1. Download the link based on if you're a 32-bit or 64-bit user. (If you don't know, go to My Computer and then check your C: drive. If you see both Program Files and Program Files(x86) then you're 64-bit. If you just have Program Files, then you're probably 32-bit.)

    2. Extract the files through Winrar or Winzip.

    3. If you're 32-bit, you need to move all of the files that end in .OCX to C:\Windows\System32
    If you're 64-bit, you need to move all of the files that end in .OCX to C:\Windows\SysWOW64

    4. Double-click the file that ends in .bat (OCX32.bat or OCX64.bat depending on which you downloaded) and follow through the prompts.

    When you're done, if the program still does not work, you may need to restart your computer, but otherwise you should be good to go at that point.
    Last edited by wrath; 02-11-2013 at 02:22 AM.

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    @Wrath

    Any chance you still have those batch files? Because the download links are broken and I'm having trouble registering MSINET.ocx for whatever reason.
    I've used Soredavide's proxy tester within the last few days, today I try to run it and it says it's missing that file...

    I've tried everything in the post and nothing seems to work...
    When I ran %systemroot%\System32\msinet.ocx and it just outputs 'This system cannot execute the specified program."
    Last edited by drd; 07-14-2013 at 01:59 AM.

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    Re: To Fix VB6 Runtime Errors


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raj View Post
    Totally worked, thanks

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    Can someone use team viewer to help me.....? = =
    I put it in the system32 but I cannot install

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    Quote Originally Posted by a36225147 View Post
    Can someone use team viewer to help me.....? = =
    I put it in the system32 but I cannot install
    Which error do you get?
    Isn't it as easy as running in a command prompt or CMD as admin "regsvr32 msinet.ocx" (without quotes)(If you already have them in the system32 folder there's no need to put the "%systemroot%\system32" variable...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soredavide View Post
    For those of you who have pm'd me with this issue or those who have not pm'd but still get the error.
    If you try to run a program and get a non descriptive Visual Basic error, try these steps.



    Full Installs
    VB6 Runtime engine
    Download and run the Microsoft VB6Sp6 Runtime Engine

    For trainers only (if not already installed)
    Flash Player

    Manual Installs (as Administrator)
    msinet.ocx
    mswinsck.ocx
    tabctl32.ocx
    comdlg32.ocx
    richx32.ocx

    Instruction For Manual Install

    Copy or move all of the "Manual Install" files into your Windows or Winnt System32 directory.

    Manually register
    Click Start|Run and type regsvr32 "%systemroot%\System32\msinet.ocx"
    Click Start|Run and type regsvr32 "%systemroot%\System32\mswinsck.ocx"
    Click Start|Run and type regsvr32 "%systemroot%\System32\tabctl32.ocx"
    Click Start|Run and type regsvr32 "%systemroot%\System32\comdlg32.ocx"
    Click Start|Run and type regsvr32 "%systemroot%\System32\richtx32.ocx"

    If you are still having the same issues try finding the missing ocx here or dll here
    Registering worked but I had to change the system32 to sysWOW64.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wrath View Post
    Well, I've ran into some problems helping others and of course on my own computer after a fresh install of Windows. So I thought I'd post a little bit more help in case anyone else has these issues. Particularly this post will cover the manual files section. I've put together the collection of OCX files so you don't have to manually download each one, and also written a batch file that should take care of the registering for you.

    VB Files for 32-bit Machines

    VB Files for 64-bit Machines

    All you have to do is:
    1. Download the link based on if you're a 32-bit or 64-bit user. (If you don't know, go to My Computer and then check your C: drive. If you see both Program Files and Program Files(x86) then you're 64-bit. If you just have Program Files, then you're probably 32-bit.)

    2. Extract the files through Winrar or Winzip.

    3. If you're 32-bit, you need to move all of the files that end in .OCX to C:\Windows\System32
    If you're 64-bit, you need to move all of the files that end in .OCX to C:\Windows\SysWOW64

    4. Double-click the file that ends in .bat (OCX32.bat or OCX64.bat depending on which you downloaded) and follow through the prompts.

    When you're done, if the program still does not work, you may need to restart your computer, but otherwise you should be good to go at that point.
    I downloaded the 64 bit one but the batch file wouldn't register the files and came up with this "The module "name" was loaded but the call to DllRegisterServer failed with error code 0x8002801c

    For more information about this problem, search online using the error code as a search term."

    I looked up the error code and ended up registering them manually.

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    I keep having the same error aswell.. is this windows 8 compatible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliza View Post
    I keep having the same error aswell.. is this windows 8 compatible?
    Yes, programs run in Windows 8/8.1...
    Which error are you getting?

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