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Reply With Quote February 6th, 2007,05:17 PM #5 XOR View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Resident Join Date May 2001 Posts 809 You might be able to restore your registry. I registered my com with c:\windows\syswow64\regedit and then placed the keys described above under their corresponding Wow6432Node locations. SD December 1, 2010 at 11:27 pm Hi Emmanuel, Thanks for the post. What could this mean?

Here is my code, please note that some functions are empty simply because I haven't got that far yet. All rights reserved. I have only implemented one of them. Thanks, Emmanuel Carabott September 25, 2009 at 8:51 am You're welcome people, glad to have helped 🙂 Kevin December 1, 2009 at 7:14 pm Actually, many of the COM problems that https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms633586(v=vs.85).aspx

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I came accross a post on this forum that said to try Spybot. For more information on ANSI and Unicode functions, see Conventions for Function Prototypes. I would also suggest that you try to access it in 32 bit to ensure the com is registered correctly. How do I politely decline a research grant?

For example, Excel 2007 actually is a 32-bit application. Reply With Quote February 10th, 2007,12:48 PM #7 Dee Dee 2 View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Med Student Join Date Feb 2003 Posts 57 Problem solved!! Rachel July 1, 2011 at 10:50 pm Hi, I made the registry changes, but I now receive the following error: Retrieving the COM class factory for component with CLSID [class guid] Registerclass Delphi Sorry.

Reply With Quote February 4th, 2007,03:02 PM #4 Dee Dee 2 View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Med Student Join Date Feb 2003 Posts 57 I went into safe mode with What are some counter-intuitive results in mathematics that involve only finite objects? I used as flag "CLSCTX_LOCAL_SERVER" and "CLSCTX_ACTIVATE_32_BIT_SERVER" and also tried only one of them but nothing changed. "CoCreateInstance" will return "CLASS_NOT_REGISTERED". http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17452899/window-class-registration-failed Hope this helped you out.

I added the string "DllSurrogate" in and then 32-bit COM DLL works in 64-bit Windows 2008 R2. Registerclassex Your cache administrator is webmaster. Basically it comes down to the bit-depth of the consuming application. Thanks!!!

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She has a recovery disc. Everything worked fine when I registered the class within Main.cpp, but now I'm trying to move it to a Game class to make the code easier for me to use. Registerclass Example A CoCreateInstance-Call would return "CLASS_NOT_REGISTERED" because it does not find the key in the 64-bit section. Register For Class Seems like a lot of people are having trouble with this work around on Windows 7.

I wasn"t at her house when we tried to do the restore before but today I will be there and will be sure I will let it finish!! I have made all the registry changes you suggested, but still cann't access 32-bit COM dll. Follow directions from here If that fails, I think you're looking at a Windows repair if not complete reinstal. Here is an explanation and howto. Winapi Createwindowex

If either COM object is registered with the 64-bit regasm.exe, then neither of the COM objects will work (because Excel is checking the 32-bit registry values and not finding the desired Name should be AppID and data should be the same COM object GUID you have just searched for Add a new key under HKey_Classes_Root\Wow6432Node\AppID\ The new key should be called the Please ignore. I downloaded it to a cd from my computer and when I downloaded it to my friends computer it did a restore of all of her files !!

No window classes registered by a DLL are unregistered when the DLL is unloaded. Unregisterclass Thanks Mathi Kyle December 28, 2011 at 5:08 pm Has anyone for whom this hack hasn't worked found out an alternate solution? minimised or maximised) UpdateWindow(hWnd); // forces the window the be updated by forcing a WM_PAINT message past the application queue } // window procedure for the game LRESULT CALLBACK Game::WndProc(HWND hWnd,

At my company, we have used both the same COM component compiled on 32-bit machine or on 64-bit machine, and BOTH work in 32-bit Excel as long as the COM objects

I needed to use a 32bit COM object in my 64bit application but alas that didn’t work. Find us on Facebook GFI Software Follow us on Twitter Tweets by @GFISoftware © 2016 GFI Software Privacy policy Copyright Terms of use Contact GFI on Facebook GFI on Twitter GFI Thanks so much for this solution!! Registerclassex Example share|improve this answer answered Jul 3 '13 at 17:07 Captain Obvlious 15.2k41950 problem solved!

WndProc) } } return msg.wParam; // contains the exit code from the last message, most likely WM_QUIT } Game.h #pragma once #include class Game { public: Game(HINSTANCE hInstance, // handle I think it was w98. But when I try to access it from .NET windows app[x64], I get this error: "Retrieving the COM class factory for component with CLSID failed due to error 80040154". Thanks a ton !!

Developer resources Microsoft developer Windows Windows Dev Center Windows apps Desktop Internet of Things Games Holographic Microsoft Edge Hardware Azure Azure Web apps Mobile apps API apps Service fabric Visual Studio About the Author: Emmanuel Carabott Emmanuel Carabott (CISSP) Certified Information Systems Security Professional has been working in the IT field for the past 18 years. Attachments: Up to 4 attachments (including images) can be used with a maximum of 1.0 MB each and 4.2 MB total. All window classes that an application registers are unregistered when it terminates.

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Emmanuel Carabott March 23, 2010 at 12:23 pm Hi Simon, Honestly I don't know, I suspect it might not work however.