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How to Fix ‘Error Accessing OLE Registry’ Problem?

Registries are considered the heart and soul of our computers. The registries are the locations in the computer where important files are stored.

When we switch ON our system, our computer would first look into the registries as the files required to boot up the system are stored in these locations.

how to fix 'error accessing ole registry' problem

Any error that happens to the registries would affect the overall functioning of our PCs and would reduce its speeds as well. When a new program is installed it brings changes to some of the files in the registries and you install a whole lot of programs into your system.

On all these occasions the files stored in the registries are undergoing change and any corruption or mistake in these files would make the system crash. Error accessing the OLE registry is one of the common errors that can happen to our registry.

What is an error accessing OLE registry?

When you install a new program into the computer, the OLE server included in the application would not have been installed and this is the reason for the error. When such an error message is displayed on your monitor, you should follow these steps so as to fix the problem.

1. The first thing that you would have to do is to check whether you have logged into the computer as the Administrator or as a part of the local Administrator group.

2. Try to find out the registry key which is causing the problem and then run regedt32.

3. Register the COM object again and if it starts normally then your problem has been solved.

Another Solution

Sometimes the issue may be caused due to missing .net framework in your system. For example, in this case, you can see the user was having the same issue due to the missing .net framework. So, make sure your system has installed up to date .net framework.

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