Troubleshooting Sd Darts
Windows with its various versions and
service packs etc is a complex environment where it is guaranteed that not
all machines are alike. Statistics show that there are .dll, .ocx and
various other system file problems/corruptions/inconsistencies on roughly
2-4% of all systems running within a Windows environment.
The first solution below has fixed all most
all problems to date.
run-time error "339"
component "comdlg32.ocx" or one of its dependencies not correctly
registered: a file is missing or invalid
In order to fix this problem, you'll need
to set up and register the library file. The easiest way to do that is to
download (right click and SAVE TARGET AS... to
your Desktop) and install the following file that will install and register
common files that usually give trouble to windows systems. In the rare case
that this didn't resolve the problem, continue to the next paragraph.
Alternatively, you may download just the
file you are missing and manually register it yourself.
Error: Run-time error '713': Class not
registered. You need the following file to be installed on your machine.
Your computer probably does not have the required MSSTDFMT.DLL file.
Download (right click and SAVE TARGET AS... to
your Desktop) the file to the SYSTEM32 folder (or SYSTEM folder if you are
using Windows 98). If an old version currently exists, temporarily
rename it or move it to another folder for safe keeping.
Next you need to register the control.
Click on Start > Run and type:
into the box, then click OK. The text entered must be exact. Cut and
paste it from here to be sure. Click OK. Windows will tell you it's
Windows 98 and ME will no longer be supported by Microsoft in any way mid
year 2006. It is to be expected that operating systems this old in
2006 will have problems running some of today's software.