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Runtime error active controls used by ALpha is no longer properly registerd

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  • MikeData
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    Re: Runtime error active controls used by ALpha is no longer properly registerd

    It seems that after a few installations, some how the error Runtime error active controls used by ALpha is no longer properly registerd
    was no longer received, I was using pc with w10.
    I install the app in w8 and the problems did return, even after a few installs.
    Running the RegisterFilesVistaWin7.bat , did not do anything.
    Actually I was executing the bat files just by calling the bat file, it did show the commands, but nothing did happens.
    I did execute the program as an administrator and it did the registrations. as it was registering them, it was declaring the registration.
    The problem has been resolved as of now.

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  • DaveM
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    Re: Runtime error active controls used by ALpha is no longer properly registerd

    Mike,
    I have put the app in the runtime folder before, but found it wiser to place the app in a subfolder of the runtime.

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  • MikeData
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    Re: Runtime error active controls used by ALpha is no longer properly registerd

    Thanks for the responses, I installd the application using Alpha Install utilities.
    I did istall as an administrator.
    Normally it will create an Icon on the desktop so it will laucn the application.
    The isntall was told to put the runtime and the app in the same directory.
    The error, does not tell me the active controls not registered.
    As suggested If I start the icon as an administrator, now no more of those errors.

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  • preston2
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    Re: Runtime error active controls used by ALpha is no longer properly registerd

    Ok, just wondering. I never had any problems with V11 on win8 either but it was a screwy version of Windows.

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  • DaveM
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    Re: Runtime error active controls used by ALpha is no longer properly registerd

    When win8 first came out there were a few issues. Now, it has probably changed, however, I am not going to completely rebuild my installs for that. It works like I do it, so leave it alone.

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  • preston2
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    Re: Runtime error active controls used by ALpha is no longer properly registerd

    I have not had to set v11 to run in win7 mode and I have a lot of people with win10 using it. Why are you having to set it for win7 comparability Dave? 10.5 yes but so far 11 no as it runs fine on Win10.

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  • DaveM
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    Re: Runtime error active controls used by ALpha is no longer properly registerd

    Mike,
    I have not had the problem
    I install rt to a folder off C:
    Make sure you are in administrator mode
    I usually run the batch file with my installer and make sure v11 is running win7 compatibility - My installer can register each file required without the batch file present.

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  • preston2
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    Re: Runtime error active controls used by ALpha is no longer properly registerd

    Are you using an installer to install the app and runtime?
    If so you can have it register the needed files when it installs the app and runtime.

    You did not say how you are starting the app. With a desktop icon that starts the runtime and loads the adb?

    You also did not say where you are installing the runtime. If it is in the Program Files(x86) then that may be part of your problem.

    Try right clicking on whatever you are using to start the app and then select "Run as Administrator". See if you still get the errors. If not, exit the app and runtime and then start it normally and see if the errors are still showing up.

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  • Runtime error active controls used by ALpha is no longer properly registerd

    I am getting this error upon starting a program installed by Runtime V11 in Windows 10 PC.
    I tried to run the RegisterFilesVistawin7.bat and I did re-install it.
    I have re-created 3 times and I still get the same error.
    I tried to seach for such problem, but the threads founded are very old and no specific.
    Is there a way to find out which active controls are called for?
    Has any one solved this problem?
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