"Run-time Error 430 - Class Does Not Support Automation" error message when launching FRx


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SYMPTOMS

"Run-time Error 430 - Class Does Not Support Automation or Does Not Support Expected Interface." error message occurs when launching FRx.


CAUSE


Occurs when launching an installation of FRx that resides in a different directory than the one that was specified when FRx was installed on the current workstation. For example, launching an FRx install that resides on the server, instead of the one that was installed locally. Register the FRXLICSYS.DLL and FRXSYSTEM.DLL files in the directory from which FRx is being launched. If the problem persists, uninstall and reinstall FRx Version 6.0.Refer to the
Solomon IV Version 4.50 Installation Manual or
Solomon IV Version 5.0 Installation Manual for additional information on installing FRx.


Note If you are running Microsoft FRx version 6.7, register the FRXLICSYS67.DLL file, instead of the FRXLICSYS.DLL file.

RESOLUTION - Manually register the required files.


1. Using Explorer, locate FRXLICSYS.DLLin the directory from which FRx is being run.


Note If you are running Microsoft FRx version 6.7, locate the FRXLICSYS67.DLL file, instead of the FRXLICSYS.DLL file.

2. Choose Open With from the menu.


3. Click the Other button at the bottom of the Open With window.


4. Browse to the local drive (most often C:\), and select either REGSVR32.EXE in \WINNT\SYSTEM32 or REGSVR.EXE in \WINDOWS\SYSTEM.


5. Click Open.


6. Click OK. A message will display indicating whether the file was successfully registered.


7. Repeat steps 1 through6 for FRXSYSTEM.DLL.

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