While running the software the ‘Runtime Error ‘429’: ActiveX Component Can’t Create Object’ error occurs and the program shuts down.
Possible Solution 1:
Make sure your Microsoft Windows Operating System has all the latest updates & service packs. To make sure your operating system (XP, Vista, etc.) has all the latest updates & service packs go to www.microsoft.com and use the utilities provided there to determine if your operating system is up-to-date.
Possible Solution 2:
Use Registry Cleaner Software to repair all corrupted values, orphan keys and lost connections within the registry.
Use Registry Cleaner software to clean, fix & repair issues with your computer’s registry. Any registry cleaner software will work and many are free.
Possible Solution 3:
Install the Microsoft Scripting Runtime.
The dynamic link library (scrrun.dll) is required and may be missing on your computer.
For XP Computers – Download and install the Microsoft Scripting Runtime from Microsoft’s website.
Possible Solution 4:
Install the software on a different computer.
There may be an issue with your computer. Try installing the software on a different computer, if the error does not occur on the new computer than that determines there is a problem with the original computer.