4oD error

  Graham. 14:02 29 Apr 07

Channel 4 on Demand click here

When I download and run the program I get this error click here

I can download and play back programs OK, though it is a little flaky going to full screen - the screen goes blank but the sound continues.

Any thoughts?

  MAJ 14:10 29 Apr 07

Try registering the file. Go to Start > Run and type in:

RegSvr32 Flash9.ocx

then click OK. You should get a popup saying that it registered OK.

  Dipso 14:16 29 Apr 07

I got the exact same error when I downloaded 4oD some time ago. I sent them an emai detailing the error which they acknowledged but clearly did nothing about.

Despite the error the program worked OK for me.

  Graham. 14:16 29 Apr 07

The specified module could not be found.

  MAJ 14:18 29 Apr 07

You might have to type in:

RegSvr32 C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash\Flash9.ocx

and click OK, rather than just typing in RegSvr32 Flash9.ocx

  Graham. 14:21 29 Apr 07

Same message. If I Google for Macromedia Flash 9, others are having a problem with it.

  MAJ 14:26 29 Apr 07

Looking in my Flash folder I have Flash9b.ocx rather than Flash9.ocx, Graham., maybe you have the same? It might be a problem with 4oD's download containing the incorrect .ocx file.

  MAJ 14:42 29 Apr 07

Okay, Graham. I have just downloaded and installed 4oD and got the same error message. I clicked OK to ignore it and installation completed okay. I then went to my C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash folder and noticed that Flash9.ocx had been installed there (it wasn't there before). I then registered it as in my post above; go to Start > Run and type in

RegSvr32 C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash\Flash9.ocx

and click OK. It registered fine. If you don't have the Flash9.ocx file in that folder, try downloading and installing again.

  Graham. 14:44 29 Apr 07

I've just downloaded the program to the laptop - same error message.

  Graham. 14:45 29 Apr 07

OK, I'll try that on the laptop.

  MAJ 14:46 29 Apr 07

Did you see my last post, Graham.? Is that file now in your Flash folder?

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