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Why do I get Error "ComUserInit ITF: 273 - ClassFactory cannot supply requested class" when attempting to compile the VB Frameworks script that is part of the SilkPerformer Templates?

Why do I get Error "ComUserInit ITF: 273 - ClassFactory cannot supply requested class" when attempting to compile the VB Frameworks script that is part of the SilkPerformer Templates?

This error message occurs due a naming conflict in the registry.

To resolve this error use one of the following workarounds:

  • Delete the Silk PerformerVB.dll in the Silk Performer root; then create a new one with Visual Basic 6.0

Or

  • Rename the newly created Silk PerformerVB.dll.  For example rename the dll Silk PerformerVB2.dll.


 

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