In some circumstances it may be necessary to reinstall OLE files on a system, such as repeated OLE or registry errors, failure of OLE compliant applications or tasks. The steps below detail which files to remove and reinstall.
Resolving the problem
OLE files are common system files that are located in the Windows directory and are used by all OLE compliant applications. This means they may be overwritten or out of date. If it has been determined that there is a need to reinstall these files a list follows of the files to rename and reinstall.
How to Reinstall OLE2
1. Rename the following files (found in the \Windows\System directory) to give them a different extension.( for example OLE2.OLD):
2. Reinstall Impromptu or another application that installs OLE2
3. Register new OLE2 files with OLE2.reg
a. Double click OLE2.reg
b. A message should appear stating: Information in C:\Windows\System\OLE2.reg has been successfully entered into the registry.
Now the OLE files have been registered the OLE functions should perform correctly.
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