Runtime errors are triggered if a programme needs several files to preserve the usual execution flow during its runtime, but the Windows registry fails to find the appropriate file. In addition, this could be due to many explanations that either the appropriate file is corrupt, removed, transferred, or the entry is wrong in the Windows register. We will protect Runtime Error 339 in Windows today.
Causes of Runtime Error 339
- Corrupt .OCX files
- Program not installed properly
- DLL files of program might be damaged / corrupt or deleted
- Malware / Virus infection
- Problem with Windows Registry
How to fix Runtime Error 339
The key cause behind Runtime Error 339 is the incomplete or corrupted .OCX file. In a typical method, there are approximately 10,000 ocx files, so it is very difficult to say precisely what file triggers the problem. But the nice news is that anytime you get an error message, the file name that triggers an error is highlighted.
For example – Runtime Error 339 The MSMASK32.OCK part or one of its dependencies is not properly registered: the file is missing or invalid.
So at least you get an idea of which file you are triggering this mistake, and you can just work on that file. To get rid of Runtime Error 339, here are some solutions:
1)Reinstall the programme: If you have installed a programme recently and this error is triggered by it, uninstall and reinstall the programme. If it is not configured correctly, a programme can cause errors.
2)Register the .ocx file: For example, if you receive a message “run time error ‘339’ from the COMDLg32.ocx component or one of its dependencies is not registered correctly: a file is missing or invalid” then you can re-register the COMDLg32.ocx file with the command prompt as follows:
- Go to command prompt > Run as administrator and type following command exactly : regsvr32 comdlg32.ocx
You will get a message indicating that DllRegisterServer was successful at comdlg32.ocx. It means you have reregistered your .ocx file successfully. In general re-registering TABCTL32.ocx, ssa3d30.ocx, COMCTL32.ocx, RICHTX32.ocx, comct232.ocx files solves issues for certain people. (You should substitute the above file name with any file name that makes you an error.)
3)Fix command prompt: If the error continues after attempting the above procedures, right-click the command prompt and click n Run as administrator and then try to execute the following commands one by one in the command prompt:
Type exactly this command:
\Windows\System32\msflxgrd.ocx /u regsvr32 and press In.
Once the code above is fully executed, type the following order:
Click and join regsvr32\Windows\System32\msflxgrd.ocx.
Exit the prompt command now and verify if you are already getting an error message.
In certain situations, one of the easiest alternatives to this issue is to actually import a fresh copy of the lost or corrupt .ocx file and replace it with the old one on your machine.
It fits very well with this basic trick.
Only go to Google Type and import the missing .ocx file name. I am very confident that the above steps will certainly address the problem of repairing Windows Runtime Error 339.