Q7300110: We get the following error on a few IP protocol related checks: "Cannot bind to one or more ActiveXperts Network Component objects". Any solution for that?
This means that the ActiveXperts AxNetwork.dll failed to register during installation. This happens on a rare occasion, usually caused by an interception of an Internet Security suite.
It is easy to solve the problem:
- Start a command prompt in Admin mode. For instance by right clicking on the Windows Start menu and choose 'Command Prompt (Admin)', or else by choosing 'Run' from the 'Start' menu, type 'CMD.EXE' and press <SHIFT><CTRL><ENTER>.
- Change working directory (CD) to C:\Program Files\Common Files\ActiveXperts\
- Restart the 'ActiveXperts Network Monitor Engine' service
After that, the problem should be over.(viewed: 400)