In this window, we should use the "regsvr32" command to register our ActiveX control in the folder in which it is found. As in this case we have the "COMDLG32.OCX" control in the "C:\Windows\system32\" folder, we'll execute the following command:
This is done as we seen in the image above. If by chance the file would be found in a different folder, as for example the "System" folder like in previous versions of this operating system, or even in the GFX-Connect software's folder itself, we would have to change that folder's path in the command line, but the "regsvr32" command would be the same. Either way it should always be registered on the Windows™ "System32" (or "System") folder.
After we click on the "OK" button in the "Run" window, we should receive the following message:
"DllRegisterServer in \Windows\system32\COMDLG32.OCX succeeded.". This message can be in other languages, mention other folders or be about other controls, but saying that it was "succeeded" is clear information that the control is already correctly registered. After this, the GFX-Connect software will only have two possible results: it could run without any problem now, and in that case we would go back to the installation process above to continue it, or it could warn us that a different ActiveX control would be missing, and in this case we should restart this process about missing ActiveX controls that we have just passed through. It's important to notice that if we have the ActiveX control already registered in the operating system's folder that we've just mentioned above, it won't make any point to maintain the same equivalent file in our software's folder together with the GFX-Connect executable, so we'll be able to delete that file, and should delete it, if it exists. The software could miss a maximum of 3 ActiveX controls, as it was mentioned above, all three being available for download by the users.
Attention: In case you have your problem solved already and there are no more error messages about missing ActiveX controls, click here to continue the GFX-Connect software installation process.
Attention: In case there is another error about another ActiveX control missing, click here to repeat the missing ActiveX control installation process.