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Why do I receive this error and how
can I fix it? Run-time error '339':
Component 'COMCTL32.OCX' or one of
its dependencies not correctly registered:
a file is missing or invalid.
The COMCTL32.OCX is normally
installed with 32-bit Windows operating
systems with IE4.0 or later. Windows
NT 4.0 may or may not have it installed
depending on the service pack, also
another program that was uninstalled
may remove it.
You can download the control from
this location: http://www.imagedig.com/download/comctl32-install.exe
downloading, double click on the file
and it will automatically update your
system and register the control.
Download the control from:
For Windows NT 4.0/2000 C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32
(\WINNT\SYSTEM if your system does
not have the 32 bit directory)
For Windows 95/98/ME/XP C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
(\WINDOWS\SYSTEM if your system does
not have the 32 bit directory)
It may be necessary to first 'unregister'
the old COMCTL32.OCX by the following
command: regsvr32 -u COMCTL32.OCX.
an error saying 'not registered' then
everything is fine and you can proceed
with the following. Using your mouse,
click on the "Start" button and then
click on "Run".
the following command to register
this library file: (if regsvr32.exe
is not on your system a copy was placed
in the ImageDIG directory when you
(use the system directory that the
file was copied to as mentioned above
for the directory path in the command
should see a message saying "DllRegisterServer
... succeeded" This should correct
the problem and ImageDIG will run
Why do I get a message 'Run-time error
7, Out of memory' even though I have
a very large amount of RAM (1GByte)
on Windows XP.
"Out of Memory" messages with Windows
small proportion of users of various
commercial software programs who run
those programs on computers using
Windows XP and also have an unusually
large amount of memory may receive
an "Out of memory" error message on
first starting the program.
"large", we mean more than 512Mb of
memory, say 1 Gb and over. The vast
majority of computers running Windows
XP have between 128 and 512 Mb and
run such programs without any trouble.
"Out of memory" error messages with
Windows XP are a known problem and
can crop up with many different programs
designed to operate with Windows 95
and Windows 98. However, even then,
only a small proportion of Windows
XP machines are affected - those with
large amounts of memory.
the more memory you have, the more
likely you are to be affected. Computers
with 1 Gb of memory - well over the
normal 128-512 Mb - are particularly
at risk. A possible way of correcting
the problem is to adjust the size
of your page-file setting within XP.
In brief, this involves right clicking
[My Computer], clicking [Properties]
clicking [Advanced] tab, then clicking
[Settings] in the [Performance] section.
Click the [Advanced] tab and then
click [Change] under the [Virtual
Memory] section to increase the size.
In particular, the page file shouldn't
be totally eliminated by the "No paging
file" option being ticked. By design,
some components in Windows XP require
the presence of a page file, even
if they never use it for its intended
purpose and ticking this box will
almost certainly lead to "Out of memory"
messages, however much memory your
recommendation regarding out-of-memory
errors on Windows XP with machines
with over 512Mb of RAM can possibly
be corrected by downloading the latest
Windows XP Service Pack 1 from www.microsoft.com
and if that doesn't help, physically
remove any extra memory down to 512Mb.
I just tried to scan a color graph
but I get a message "Invalid scan
Plot routine, please reset Y-margins
or verify color/intensity thresholds',
what is wrong?
In order to accomodate any type of
graph from black and white to multiple
plots with mixed colors it is necessary
to discriminate (filter) the color
of the required graph. This is done
in the following way:
need to tell the program what color
the graph itself is for the program
to discriminate from the rest of the
image. Under 'Options' open the Color
Discriminator or Ctrl-L. Click on
enable so the program knows that it
is looking for color information.
Then click on the 'Pick color' check
place your cursor over a location
on the graph where the color is that
you want to use for detection. Right
click the mouse and you will see in
the 'Selected levels' the current
color that will be used (the color
picker will uncheck automatically).
Now hit the 'Run' menu choice. It
will now scan the image and automatically
bring up the plot previewer when done.