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Project Components gives system error "No such interface supported"

Project Components gives system error "No such interface supported"

Project Components gives system error "No such interface supported"

(OP)
Has anyone run into this?

all of a sudden, whenever I click on the Project Components option, I get a "System error &H80004002 (-2147467262). No such interface supported."

If you haven't seen this before then do you know where I might find help on this?

Thanks in advance!

RE: Project Components gives system error "No such interface supported"

you may have to try re-installing VB.

RE: Project Components gives system error "No such interface supported"

an incorrect version of comcat.dll


To resolve the problem, install the correct version of comcat.dll by completing the following steps:

Use REGSVR32.EXE to unregister COMCAT.DLL. REGSVR32.EXE is installed by Visual Basic or it may be found on the Visual Basic installation CD-ROM.

To unregister, select Run from the Windows Start menu, type the following command line and click Ok:


regsvr32 /u comcat.dll
Copy comcat.dll, version 4.71 (22k), from the ..\DevStudio\VB\Setupkit\kitfil32\sys32 directory or from your Visual Basic CD to the Windows\System or WinNT\System32 directory.


Use REGSVR32.EXE to register COMCAT.DLL. To register, click Run on the Windows 95 Start menu, type the following command line, and the click OK:


regsvr32 comcat.dll


Eric

Eric De Decker
vbg.be@vbgroup.nl
Visual Basic Center

RE: Project Components gives system error "No such interface supported"

I agree with Eric. When you register a DLL entries are made in the registry which specify what interfaces the dll supports, when you have a difference between the dll on your machine and the entry in the registry you get this error. It could have been a case where someone copied over a dll without registering it.

Cal

RE: Project Components gives system error "No such interface supported"

(OP)

Thanks Eric -- that did it!

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