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Runtime Error 430

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by indigowindow, Feb 17, 2002.

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  1. indigowindow

    indigowindow Thread Starter

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    i need to know how to do this: Use the RegSvr32.EXE utility to unregister the old DLL server and re- register the new EXE server to eliminate this error.

    a solution recommended by microsoft to fix "Run-time error '430' : Class does not support Automation or does not support expected interface."

    a result of reverting back to IE 5.01 sp 2 from IE 5.5 (i could no longer insert pictures in my outlook email with the stupid 5.5).

    what's happening is that my 3rd party disc cleaning utility, clean disk 3, won't run with it's most recent update 36.exe. so i reinstalled it with just the 33c update.
     
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    indigowindow Thread Starter

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    i used to get the error when i tried to run the latest version of clean disk 3, after i uninstalled the stupid IE 5.5. so IE 5.5 did something during the uninstallation process. i can run clean disk now with just the previous clean disk update 33c. i don't know what dll i'm supposed to replace. i've already checked out the first one of those links but i'm unfamiliar with regsvr32 and how to use it.
     
  4. TonyKlein

    TonyKlein Malware Specialist

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    Well, as I said, I used to get the same run time error with Clean Disk3, as do other people, so why not forget about the program.

    It's not as though it's indispensable, or as if there were no alternatives.

    Anyway, to unregister a dll:

    Start/Run, and type regsvr32 /u name.dll

    and to re-register it regsvr32 name.dll

    Good luck,
     
  5. indigowindow

    indigowindow Thread Starter

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    the thing is, i don't know WHICH dll or dll server this is referring to:

    CAUSE
    The error results from project compatibility and the change of the project type from DLL to EXE. In project compatibility, Visual Basic preserves the Class ID (CLSID) of the class but not the Interface ID (IID). Because the CLSID is preserved, the class ends up being registered with two servers; the in-proc server (DLL) and the local server (EXE). As you create an instance of the class from a client, the class from the DLL is chosen. Because the class from the DLL does not support the new IID, the above error occurs.



    RESOLUTION
    Use the RegSvr32.EXE utility to unregister the old DLL server and re- register the new EXE server to eliminate this error.
     
  6. TonyKlein

    TonyKlein Malware Specialist

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    Nor does anyone else, I suspect.
    There is no known solution to Runtime Error 430 with Clean Disk3.

    Unless there is, and in that case Andres Eisler, the developer of CD3 will know about it, and will be able to tell you how to remedy it.

    So why not contact support??
     
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