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MSINET.OCX failed to self-register

By brionc ·
A customer of mine got an error while installing a piece of software that the component MSINET.OCX or one of its components failed to self-register. The file is missing or is invalid. I had her check C:\Windows\System the file is present with the correct size. So, it does not appear to be corrupt. The OS is Windows 98.

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MSINET.OCX failed to self-register

by maxwell edison In reply to MSINET.OCX failed to self ...

Possibility:

MSINet Fix - Some Users updating to version 1.0.18+ might get an error message "MSINET.OCX or one of it's components missing.". The MSINetFix is a self-extracting file that will install and register the Microsoft INet.OCX.

See link:

http://camalot.no-ip.com/software/xfl/

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MSINET.OCX failed to self-register

by maxwell edison In reply to MSINET.OCX failed to self ...

Another possibility:

Microsoft Internet Transfer Control 6.0. Wraps up all the TCP/IP calls for connecting to and retrieving files from an FTP or HTTP server. There's a lot to this one. For general usage information, see this page on the MSDN site. If this page has moved, just search for "Internet Transfer Control" on MSDN. Unzip the ocx into the \windows\system directory and register it by typing "regsvr32 msinet.ocx" in a DOS window.

download msinet.ocx

See link (scroll to bottom of page)

http://puma.agron.ksu.edu/~sgsax/download/#msinet

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