Failed to load current module handle

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dgoolsby

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I searched through the threads and could not find much on activex issues.

We use a thin client version of OnBase, by Hyland Software, for electronic storage. One particular pc can access the Visual Studio 8 app but cannot open any documents once inside the app. An ActiveX Control Loading error is returned. The error method: Failed to load current module handle [dmimage_alt] GetLastError [126].

I can access everything fine from another pc. If someone else logs in to my pc as them, I receive the same results, so I know it is related to the actual pc. Internet security and settings are the same as anyone else. Internet Security is set to medium and all activex settings are enabled. Reference are correct. The version of the DLLs and OCXs are the same as everyone elses.

She is running XP pro w/sp3 and current on all critical windows updates.

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[ERROR] Module: Viewer Library,
Class: COBImageViewerSvc,
Method: COBImageViewerSvc::Initialize,
Message: Error 0x80004005 occurred.
[ERROR] Module: ,
Class: ,
Method: ,
Message: A general error occurred.
[ERROR] Module: Viewer Library,
Class: COBImageViewerSvc,
Method: COBImageViewerSvc::loadImageServices,
Message: Error 0x80004005 occurred.
[ERROR] Module: ,
Class: ,
Method: ,
Message: A general error occurred.
[ERROR] Module: Presentation Library,
Class: COBLocalPageProvider,
Method: OBLoadImageServices,
Message: Failed to load image library [(null)]
[ERROR] Module: ,
Class: ,
Method: OBLoadLibrary,
Message: Failed to load current module handle [dmimage_alt] GetLastError [126]
 
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