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Guest strychninekiss

I really hate to ask this...but...

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copy the .dll/.ocx to the syswow64 directoryuse the same register command, pointing to the .dll in the windowssyswow64 directoryalso be sure you have started the dos window with admin priviledgesjd

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Guest strychninekiss

Im really sorry, but could you elaborate on those steps just a tad JD? :-) Just so I dont mess up due to not understanding.RegardsWilliam

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sure, what is the .dll that needs to be registered, that is causing the 713 error?jd

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Guest strychninekiss

Sweet!Its this one: MSSTDFMT.DLLSince I am using Vista 64, SYSWOW64 folder I should place it in?But still use the same procedure you have posted in the FAQ on the RC site?

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make a copy of msstdfmt.dll, and put it in the syswow64 directoryclick startin the search box, type cmd, then press ctrl-shift-enteryou should be prompted by UAC for permission to run as administratorin the dos window that opens, typeregsvr32 %systemroot%syswow64msstdfmt.dllpress enteryou should geta pop up window saying it was successfully registeredjd

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Guest mattchip

I have the same problem. I'm unable to change the admin settings on the command prompt. If I right click on the icon for the command prompt, the compatibilty page is grayed out and says I can't change anything on that page. I have system admin rights. I get the message "msstdfmt.dll was loaded but the call to Dllregisterserver failed with error code 0x8002801c" I've searched all over, and they all say the same thing, but I still get the error message.I HATE VISTA!!!!Any ideas?Thanks,Matt Collins

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Guest mattchip

Disreagrd the previous. In desperation, I went back and tried it in sys32 instead of syswow64. It registered that time. I've been messing with this for 2 hours. I still hate Vista.Matt Collins

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Guest strychninekiss

I followed your advice and I got the popup that it succeded...However after starting up RD and pressing 3 for Clearence I got Runtime error 75? It was not in the FAQ

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if this is vista, you have to start RD :-) RC by right mouse clicking the .exe or shortcut, and clicking run as administratorjd

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Guest strychninekiss

That seemd to do the trick, I used the last key code you sent me.Do I have to start as administrator every time for it to work?Thanks//William

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Guest strychninekiss

Got it!Its working fine THANX JD!//William

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