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infamous_josh

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this problem was originally discovered when i installed Mcafee Internet Security 2006.

upon installation an Internet Script Error occurs..

ActiveX component cannot create object

i looked this up on the Mcafee support site and it suggested reinstalling the Windows Script 5.6.

i did this, however when THIS was installing it was unable to register a .dll file ("scrrun.dll")

I try registering this manually with regsvr and i get an error ...

DllRegisterServer in scrrun.dll failed
Returned error code : 0x80004005


i cant use mcafee (or in fact norton, as it happened on this too before i uninstalled it) until this scriptiing problem is resovled :tazz:

pleaaase help thnx
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gerryf

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Sounds like a Windows repair is warranted. You could possibly try re-installing Sp2
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i see.
noted - but if theres anything that can be done besides that..?
that's more like a last option seeing as i cant find the system reset cd ...goddang thing


EDIT : wait an SP2 reinstall ? i dont need the cd for that..might give it a go after i finish looking for malware.

Edited by infamous_josh, 23 December 2005 - 12:58 PM.

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gerryf

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use the network install

http://www.microsoft...&displaylang=en

download and just run it...
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