Runtime error 429 Active X component can't create object

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  1. Rene

    Rene Guest

    Runtime error 429 Active X component can't create object, this message keeps
    appearing twice and I can't run RMS Manager and POS only Administrator. I
    tried to reinstalled RMS and the Epson OPOS but still appears this message
    and can't get logged.
     
    Rene, Jun 6, 2007
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  2. Rene

    Jason Guest

    Had this many times before. Something in your MSDE installation got
    overwritten probably.

    If this is your server computer, BACK UP your data - manually if you have
    to. I can't stress this enough. You will need to restore your database
    later... I would actualyl find the .mdf and .ldf files themselves and back
    them up. Search this forum to get previous threads on this. If this is just
    a POS or back office computer, no worries. Just follow the directions below.

    From Control Panel/Add Remove Programs:

    - Remove RMS
    - Remove MSDE

    Restart computer

    - Reinstall MSDE (it will do it automatically if it is not found during RMS
    installation)
    - Reinstall RMS


    It seems that some software installations, including Windows Updates and
    other Microsoft software installations, corrupt part of the MSDE
    configuration or files. This is the only procedure I have found to correct
    the problem. You might find posts about re-registering dll files, but this
    has never worked for me.

    Good luck!
     
    Jason, Jun 6, 2007
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  3. Rene,

    Here's the link to re-register the files; http://tinyurl.com/yaxnc2

    Must have access to CustomerSource

    --

    Jeff
    Check Point Software

    =====================================================

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    http://tinyurl.com/75bgz
    =====================================================

    Runtime error 429 Active X component can't create object, this message keeps
    appearing twice and I can't run RMS Manager and POS only Administrator. I
    tried to reinstalled RMS and the Epson OPOS but still appears this message
    and can't get logged.
     
    Jeff @ Check Point Software, Jun 7, 2007
    #3
  4. Jason,

    I've fixed this many times with either the KB article here; http://tinyurl.com/yaxnc2 or by running a repair of RMS.

    One program I ran into recently that whacked RMS out was Thunderbird.

    --

    Jeff
    Check Point Software

    =====================================================

    You must be using Outlook Express/Windows Mail or some other type of newsgroup reader to
    see and download the file attachment(s). If you are not using a reader, follow
    the link below to setup Outlook Express. Click on "Open with newsreader"
    under the MS Retail Management System on the right.

    http://tinyurl.com/75bgz
    =====================================================

    Had this many times before. Something in your MSDE installation got
    overwritten probably.

    If this is your server computer, BACK UP your data - manually if you have
    to. I can't stress this enough. You will need to restore your database
    later... I would actualyl find the .mdf and .ldf files themselves and back
    them up. Search this forum to get previous threads on this. If this is just
    a POS or back office computer, no worries. Just follow the directions below.

    From Control Panel/Add Remove Programs:

    - Remove RMS
    - Remove MSDE

    Restart computer

    - Reinstall MSDE (it will do it automatically if it is not found during RMS
    installation)
    - Reinstall RMS


    It seems that some software installations, including Windows Updates and
    other Microsoft software installations, corrupt part of the MSDE
    configuration or files. This is the only procedure I have found to correct
    the problem. You might find posts about re-registering dll files, but this
    has never worked for me.

    Good luck!
     
    Jeff @ Check Point Software, Jun 7, 2007
    #4
  5. Rene

    Jason Guest

    I have never had success with this, but I agree that it is definitely worth a try before uninstall/reinstall.

    One thing I always found bizarre is that Microsoft wants to hide the solution to a problem with thier software. Doing something with MS software on a MS operating system corrupts another MS product's ability to run... and they want to hide the solution.

    I have a mind to just post the article here. Does anyone who pays for this content really care if the rest of the world knows?

    Jason,

    I've fixed this many times with either the KB article here; http://tinyurl.com/yaxnc2 or by running a repair of RMS.

    One program I ran into recently that whacked RMS out was Thunderbird.

    --

    Jeff
    Check Point Software

    =====================================================

    You must be using Outlook Express/Windows Mail or some other type of newsgroup reader to
    see and download the file attachment(s). If you are not using a reader, follow
    the link below to setup Outlook Express. Click on "Open with newsreader"
    under the MS Retail Management System on the right.

    http://tinyurl.com/75bgz
    =====================================================

    Had this many times before. Something in your MSDE installation got
    overwritten probably.

    If this is your server computer, BACK UP your data - manually if you have
    to. I can't stress this enough. You will need to restore your database
    later... I would actualyl find the .mdf and .ldf files themselves and back
    them up. Search this forum to get previous threads on this. If this is just
    a POS or back office computer, no worries. Just follow the directions below.

    From Control Panel/Add Remove Programs:

    - Remove RMS
    - Remove MSDE

    Restart computer

    - Reinstall MSDE (it will do it automatically if it is not found during RMS
    installation)
    - Reinstall RMS


    It seems that some software installations, including Windows Updates and
    other Microsoft software installations, corrupt part of the MSDE
    configuration or files. This is the only procedure I have found to correct
    the problem. You might find posts about re-registering dll files, but this
    has never worked for me.

    Good luck!
     
    Jason, Jun 8, 2007
    #5
  6. Rene

    Craig Guest

    Those of us that pay for the content should be the ones that have access to
    it, no one else. The reason we pay for it is to be able to solve problems
    that may arise. Why should someone who thinks the maintenance isn't worth
    paying for get it for free when the rest of us paid for it? Only those of us
    paying for it should have access until they make these articles available to
    everyone for free, which isn't going to happen.
    Craig
    I have never had success with this, but I agree that it is definitely worth
    a try before uninstall/reinstall.

    One thing I always found bizarre is that Microsoft wants to hide the
    solution to a problem with thier software. Doing something with MS software
    on a MS operating system corrupts another MS product's ability to run... and
    they want to hide the solution.

    I have a mind to just post the article here. Does anyone who pays for this
    content really care if the rest of the world knows?

    Jason,

    I've fixed this many times with either the KB article here;
    http://tinyurl.com/yaxnc2 or by running a repair of RMS.

    One program I ran into recently that whacked RMS out was Thunderbird.

    --

    Jeff
    Check Point Software

    =====================================================

    You must be using Outlook Express/Windows Mail or some other type of
    newsgroup reader to
    see and download the file attachment(s). If you are not using a reader,
    follow
    the link below to setup Outlook Express. Click on "Open with newsreader"
    under the MS Retail Management System on the right.

    http://tinyurl.com/75bgz
    =====================================================

    Had this many times before. Something in your MSDE installation got
    overwritten probably.

    If this is your server computer, BACK UP your data - manually if you have
    to. I can't stress this enough. You will need to restore your database
    later... I would actualyl find the .mdf and .ldf files themselves and back
    them up. Search this forum to get previous threads on this. If this is just
    a POS or back office computer, no worries. Just follow the directions below.

    From Control Panel/Add Remove Programs:

    - Remove RMS
    - Remove MSDE

    Restart computer

    - Reinstall MSDE (it will do it automatically if it is not found during RMS
    installation)
    - Reinstall RMS


    It seems that some software installations, including Windows Updates and
    other Microsoft software installations, corrupt part of the MSDE
    configuration or files. This is the only procedure I have found to correct
    the problem. You might find posts about re-registering dll files, but this
    has never worked for me.

    Good luck!
     
    Craig, Jun 8, 2007
    #6
  7. Rene

    Jason Guest

    What I'm saying is that nobody should have to pay for it. If they put out
    crap software, we shouldn't have to pay for a fix!

    I see a maintenance plan as paying for solutions to business problems and
    software upgrades - not fixes to problems and bugs that shouldn't have
    existed in the first place...
     
    Jason, Jun 8, 2007
    #7
  8. Rene

    Craig Guest

    I agree with you. But since we do have to pay for access to these KB
    articles on fixes/workarounds no one should get it for free. What makes one
    person better than the other that they should get it for free. As long as MS
    is going to charge for access to it then no one should get a freebie. I am a
    very small business with limited funds but I want to be able to fix issues
    without always running to a VAR so I have to pay for it. If someone doesn't
    want to pay that's fine, but they will have to go to a VAR or someone else
    with the knowledge to help them, not get information for free that everyone
    else is paying for.
    Craig
     
    Craig, Jun 8, 2007
    #8
  9. Rene

    MOH. OWN Guest

    Hi All

    I face this problem before what I do? only i remove all OPOS and WIN driver
    whitch RMS use and install again after that It's work!!!!

    so try remove your driver and reinstall again.

    I hoppe if this help you.
     
    MOH. OWN, Jun 12, 2007
    #9
  10. Rene

    CarlH

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    Error 429

    I got this error on Window 7. The problem was that I ran the upgrade WITHOUT running it "as administrator". Once I ran it as administrator there was no problem.
     
    CarlH, Sep 5, 2012
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