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Hi...
So, I'm sure your all used to seeing that OCX error. I tried to install WMAAudioRedist, but when I launch the program, it doesn't even pop up a dialogue, it does absolutely nothing. I even tried running it in admin mode. Does it not work in Windows 10, or am I doing something wrong?

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active X or ocx errors have to do with the fact you're missing some dependencies for VB6. The easiest way to solve this is to grab one of Aprone's games, and once installed, run that checkup.exe file and it will register all the needed DLL's.

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OK, this is strange. I ran the check up program and clicked register missing files. It closes out without any sort of dialogue, and DXKEY.dll didn't register. I tried going in and registering it manually by running CMD in admin and going to the path the file was in, and it gave me an error saying the file didn't exist, even though I checked and it's definitely there. What do I do now?

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