Write down the name of the problematic Active X control
Open your Internet Explorer (IE) browser (NOTE: If you do not use IE, this step may be more challenging, as Active X was designed by Microsoft to be compatible only with IE)
Click on the “Tools” menu bar tab
Click on “Manage Add-Ons”
Search for the name of the non-functioning Active X control
Perform a system restore. Select a date when you know your computer was working properly using Windows System Restore to restore your computer to its previous configuration.
Reinstall your phone.
Run a virus scan.
Check for malware.
ActiveX is still supported as Windows 10 is tied to Internet Explorer 10 while ActiveX is not supported in their default web browser Microsoft Edge (which has a different system with incompatible extensions as it is based on the Google Chromium project).
Click Start, then Run.
In the Run dialog box, enter the path to the server, then add /RegServer at the end of the line part.
click OK. The application runs in the background. The application is re-registered as a COM server.
Use the guide below to enable or disable ActiveX controls in the Trust Center. Click File > Options. Click Center Think > Center Trust Settings > ActiveX Settings. Select the desired options and/or click OK.
Here are the usual steps to restore Active Controls x on your computer: Note the name of the offending Active X control
Open Internet Explorer (IE) browser (NOTE: If you are not using IE, this step may be more difficult as Microsoft designed Active X to be a little more compatible
Click on the “Tools” tab in the menu bar.
Click “Manage Add-ons”
Find the name of those Active X controls that don’t work.
Additional information and manual recovery method Install one of them: Microsoft DirectX. Microsoft DirectX is an application that is usually included with the Microsoft operating system. .
Method two: .Install the .latest .version of the .NET Framework.
Method 3: Install Windows Updates
Method 4: Auto Download Tool.
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