Windows XP SP2 - No Active X!! - Help!!

  jomuir 22:28 14 Dec 05

Total ActiveX rejection

I cannot access any site with Active X after doing a rebuild with the latest version of Windows XP SP2.

If I go to run system scanner:- click here I get the tool bar:- "This site might require the following ActiveX control: Name. From: Publisher. Click here to install..."

So click install Active X

Then I get "Your security settings do not allow Web sites to use ActiveX controls installed on your computer. This page may not display correctly. Click here for options…"

I cannot get passed this? I have put all security settings in IE to low, enabled everything.....stopped my firewalls (hardware and software) even stopped Antivirus on the off chance!!


Even found a site that said they had solved the issue by:-

> 1. Click Start ->Run and type "regsvr32 Softpub.dll" (without double
> quotes)
> 2. Click okay to register it
> 3. Do the same re-registration process with the rest of these .dll files:
> regsvr32 softpub.dll (as mentioned above)
> regsvr32 wintrust.dll
> regsvr32 initpki.dll
> regsvr32 urlmon.dll
> 4. Restart your computer and try the update site again (or other sites
> requiring ActiveX to be enabled).

Still did not work - Anyone any ideas?

  VoG II 22:31 14 Dec 05

Depends which ActiveX you require. Possibly this click here

  LivEviL 22:48 14 Dec 05

i had that problem a while ago i cant remember how i solved it i think (dont quote me) i think i either reset the default security setting in the IE /tools/internet settings/security or i changed sumin in the advanced tab

  jomuir 22:51 14 Dec 05

No, I have that installed, it is like the link in my question (system scan for memory). Another example is office updates click here I even folowed there troubleshot section and that did not help.

Strange how Microsoft have even blocked out their own sites!!!

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