How To Fix “Cscmd32.ocx Could Not Be Registered” Errors
If you’re using Windows XP SP2 and are having problems with Cscmd32.ocx then you’re not alone. This file has been causing a lot of problems for many Windows machines over the years and in order to fix it, you first need to know what the problem is and then how to improve it. Here’s what you need to do…
What Is The “Cscmd32.ocx Could Not Be Registered” Error?
This error typically shows when you are trying to use a program that requires the Cscmd32.ocx and Cstext32.ocx files in Windows XP. OCX files are files which store external components and functions that Microsoft did not create. It’s often the case that if a program is installed with a series of unique features, then it will have its own set of .ocx files. And if the program uses Cscmd32.ocx or Cstext32.ocx & they are outdated, it causes Windows to become unable to read the files it needs showing the error.
Typically, you’ll see this error with the Cscmd32.ocx file:
Cscmd32.ocx and Cstext32.ocx failed to register
This error normally shows when you’re trying to install a program, and in order to fix it, you should try using the following method to make sure that your computer is able to run the files successfully…
Cause Of The Cscmd32.ocx Error
The Cscmd32.ocx error is caused by the incompatibility of the Cscmd32.ocx & Cstext32.ocx files on your PC. The most common system to have this problem on is Windows XP SP2 but has been known to occur on other versions of Windows as well.
Resolution For The Cscmd32.ocx Error
To fix the Cscmd32.ocx error, you basically need to update the files that are incompatible with Windows. In order to do that, here’s what you need to do:
1) Download these updated files and extract them to the following folder: C:\Windows\System32
2) When the self-extraction has completed, restart your computer and try installing the program you wanted to initially, again.
This basically replaces the two incompatible .ocx files on your computer with the updated files that will allow Windows to install the programs you want. This should fix the problem once and for all.
Recommended Fix – Clean The Registry
The ‘registry’ is a big cause of many problems inside Windows and it’s not uncommon for the Cscmd32.ocx error to be caused by corrupted or damaged registry settings. In order to make sure your system is best able to cope with all the problems that the registry has, you should look to use a ‘registry cleaner’ tool to fix any of the errors that might be inside it. These are very easy to use and you can get one from the link below: