It fixed my problem and got things working for me again. I went to the link posted, got the earliest version of the hhctrl.ocx file, copied it to system32, ran the regsvr32 thingee, and it worked fine. Problem Got Fixed Wow! C. weblink
This may applied by running the windows in the safe mode and delete the HHCTRL.OCX if the file is locked. I searched this topic and found this. If it didn't, try a different version of that file. Cannot open file: @msitstore Nice work!
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Thanks again. Most of the times it gets overwritten by some newly installed hardware, software or even updates. I have a license NO. Posted by mamax on November 13, 2009 at 11:13 AM.
In this case the commands must be run from either an Administrative account or an Elevated Command Prompt. Several functions may not work. my thank to you really thank you.... Answered Your Question? 1 2 3 4 5 Document needs work?
Thanks a lottt. regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\hhctrl.ocx that's it! What Is Mk Msitstore Re: Cannot open the file: mk:@MSITStore: Peter Grainge Sep 5, 2009 12:43 AM (in response to jancojan) Try these links found by searching on mk:@MSITStore and hovering over the magnifying glass.The Cannot Open Chm File Windows 7 I used this trick with Windows server 2003(Enterprise edition).
Please type your message and try again. http://kelcours.com/cannot-open/excel-hyperlink-to-file-cannot-open-the-specified-file.html Thanks Really Thank you very much, finally solve my problem too, thanks again. You can try one of the following steps to resolve this issue: Restore the previous version of HHCTRL.OCX. Replacing it with an older version is the solution.. Chm Viewer
I got two copies in that folder. Hi everyone! so I renamed on of the file to HHCTRL1.OCX. check over here What should I do for this.
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The Help files have a file extension of .chm. Solution: National Instruments Help files are created with the .chm format. Finally found a solution written in a human English! Not working on SQL Server 2003 Sorry!
help workshop Posted by mario on October 14, 2008 at 04:39 AM. bravo I registered the older file (Ver: 4.73.8412) and it worked perfectly, thank you Posted by Ali on September 13, 2008 at 03:52 PM. Please refer to the following link for assistance: HTTP://SUPPORT.MICROSOFT.COM Was this answer helpful? this content Attempts to open a help topic give you the error message "Cannot Open the File: mk:@MSITStore".
Posted by C Troutt on December 21, 2006 at 12:12 PM. The file opens fine using explorer but it's obviously a pain-in-the-butt to have to always do that. Without CHM processing, my new software wasn't gonna work. Searching for the error message "Cannot Open the File: mk:@MSITStore" returned one article that described my problem pretty exactly.
Posted by Sujoy on December 14, 2009 at 04:39 PM. VI, Function, & How To... I have now tried to email the Help as a .txt to see if the user will be able to receive it and then have them rename the file as a I did try to solve the problem back then but I just wasted many precious hours.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. What other solutions are out there? Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 8. http://helpware.net/downloads/index.htm (This turned out to be key as the software discovered the ocx file I'd copied wasn't "registered" and did that for me.) 2) Delete the file "hh.dat", which you should
I have had the client "Unblock" the Properties of the .chm file. Specifications are subject to change without notice. 'Cannot Open the File: Mk:@MSITStore' Error Message Category: Windows Troubleshooting Perhaps it has happened to you as well to get a weird message Once these steps have been completed, you should be able to open the help files. Thank you!!!
It WORKED! Double-click lvhelp.chm to run the help file.
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