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"Runtime error"/"Class not registered" error in G-Lock EasyMail

I downloaded a new version, installed it and now cannot even start the program. I get the "Runtime error" message.

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When I go to send my message I get this "class not registered " message.

Download and install Microsoft Data Access Components 2.8 and Microsoft Jet 4.0 for your system configuration.
 

Microsoft Data Access Components 2.8 Download

Microsoft Jet 4.0:
 
          for Windows 95/98/NT 4.0 Download
          for Windows ME Download
          for Windows 2000 Download
          for Windows XP Download
          for Windows 2003 Download


If your system doesn't allow you install Microsoft Data Access Components 2.8 and Microsoft Jet 4.0 and says that they are included in your Windows configuration (this can happen on Windows XP), try to run the Microsoft repair option to get G-Lock EasyMail working properly.

To repair the MDAC 2.81 installation that is included with Windows XP SP2:

1. In Windows Explorer, open the c:\Windows\Inf folder.

Note: If you cannot see the c:\Windows\Inf folder, follow these steps:

a) Click My Computer, and then click Folder Options on the Tools menu.
b) Click the View tab.
c) Under Advanced settings, click Show hidden files and folders.
d) Click to clear the Hide extensions for known file types check box.
e) Click Apply, and then click OK.

2. In the c:\Windows\Inf folder, right-click the Mdac.inf file, and then click Install.

3. When you are prompted to insert the Windows XP SP2 CD, use one of the following methods:

Method 1.

- Insert the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD in the CD or DVD drive.

Note: If a "Welcome to Microsoft Windows XP" message appears, click Exit.

- Click Browse.
- In the File name box, type CD or DVD drive that contains the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD drive letter:\i386. For example, type d:\i386 if the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD is in drive D.
- Click Open.

Method 2.

In the File name box, type %systemroot%\windows\servicepackfiles\i386, and then click Open.

4. You may also be prompted for the original Windows XP CD that was used to install the operating system.

a) Insert the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD in the CD or DVD drive.

Note: If a "Welcome to Microsoft Windows XP" message appears, click Exit.

b) Click Browse.

c) In the File name box, type CD or DVD drive that contains the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD drive letter:\i386. For example, type d:\i386 if the Windows XP Service Pack 2 CD is in drive D.

d) Click Open.

If your system says that the service pack you have is newer than the one you are trying to install and does nothing, you need to re-register the Jet engine using

regsvr32 C:\WINDOWS\system32\msjetoledb40.dll

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