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CX-One Programmer Start up error_OCX

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Hi guys,

I just recently opened up my cx-one programmer, last time was a month ago and was surprised at the following errors; 1) " Failed to create the PLC settings OCX," Re-install the application 2) " Failed to create error log OCX" Re-install the application 3) " Failed to create memory card OCX" Re-install the application. Ticking the OK button will eventually proceed to the program page, but I have not yet checked online.

These errors were not existing when I opened the cx-programmer the last time.  Is there someone also experiencing these types of error? What have you done, to correct these errors?

My machine is using;

W10, 64 bit

CX_Programmer v9.7

 

Thank you for your help.

Cheers,

Leo

 

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Hi guys,

I tried to re-install again the Cx-One software, but after installation again, I still have the same error.  

Anybody here who has encountered the same issue? What have you done, to resolved such error?

Thanks for any assistance.

Cheers,

Leo

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I would try using the CX-One remover utility.  It is in the Utility folder of your CX-One installation disk.  Then reinstall.  Make sure to run as administrator when you run the install.

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On 1/9/2019 at 6:40 PM, Michael Walsh said:

I would try using the CX-One remover utility.  It is in the Utility folder of your CX-One installation disk.  Then reinstall.  Make sure to run as administrator when you run the install.

Dear Michael,

I would like to take this as the last possible option, since it will also remove the sysmac program installed  in my pc.

Thanks for the information.

Cheers.

Leo

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PITA but sometimes has to be done - I had to do it after a Sysmac Studio update crapped itself. Feel your pain.

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