Runtime Error 339 is a common issue that shows on Windows computers when your PC cannot read a particular file or setting on your system. The error normally shows when your computer wants to read a.ocx file or.dll file, and will stop your computer from performing the task you need it to. Although runtime error 339 is a big problem for millions of computers, it’s actually quite easy to fix if you’re able to use the various tools and techniques that repair the problems that are causing it. This tutorial is going to show you how to fix the 339 error you are receiving on your system in the most effective way.
The error will likely show up in this format:
- “Runtime error 339: Component duzocx32.ocx is not correctly registered or file is missing”
The cause of this error is that your computer basically cannot locate or read the file quoted in the error message. Every time you use a software tool, it will continually try and use 100’s of different files in order to help it run. However, because so many of these files need to be used every day by your system, it’s essential that your system can read them all. The problem is that it’s often the case that the files on your PC will either become damaged, corrupt or unreadable – leading your system to run much slower and with a lot of errors (including the 339 runtime error). To ensure that the runtime 339 error does not appear on your PC, you need to resolve any potential issues with the files of your system, and the Windows system itself. Here’s how…
The first step to fix this error is to re-register the damaged file on your system. Not many people know this, but each time you use your computer, your PC needs to read so many files that it has them all in a large list. This list is kept in the “Registry” of Windows, and basically acts like the Yellow Pages for your system. The biggest problem that causes the 339 runtime error is that your computer cannot locate the file it requires to run, as the file’s not correctly registered inside the registry. To ensure this is not a problem, you should delete the file, and then place a new copy of it onto your PC, as well as re-registering it.
After that, it’s then recommended that you clean out the registry of your PC with a software program called a “registry cleaner”. Registry cleaners are software tools that scan through the registry database of your PC and fix any of the errors inside. Because the Runtime 339 error is often caused by registry errors, it’s highly recommended that you fix this part of Windows by using one of these registry cleaner programs. You can do this by downloading a registry cleaner from your computer, installing it and then letting it clean out any of the errors your PC has. It will then show you the number of problems that are on your PC, and repair them for you in the most effective way.