Are you getting runtime error 372 when you try to open icons present in your desktop?
Resolve runtime error 372.
What is runtime error 372?
You might have faced the runtime error 372 in your windows screen, while working on your computer. Runtime error 372 occurs due to the frequent installing of files, together with setting up and removing of program leads to the dramatic change in your computer.
While changes in program may be good but it not necessary that to change settings is always true. Sometimes bad program installations occur often, resulting in the files being overwritten and corrupts record within the registry this makes runtime error 372 to occur.
The runtime error 372 is usually the effect of missing or outdated mscomctl.oxc file. Although this error could be a terrible, annoyance and can damage your pc if you don’t fix it. It occurs in all versions of Microsoft windows.
What makes this error to occur?
You may find several reasons to occur this runtime error 372 in your windows. Runtime error is caused by overwritten of files, whenever a program has missing, invalid or corrupts record within the registry is present. Although this error is caused by programming defects. Your computer might be infected by virus, Trojans and malwares etc.Frequently downloading of files form sights lead this error to occur.
What are the symptoms?
Problems with sound, vedio, printer, windows program not loading or working properly, windows start up problems, slow PC performance, freezing and crashing of system, inability to install new program.
How to fix runtime error 372?
Generally any icon or programs that is present in your pc has its own background, color, coding etc is done by present of mscomctl.oxc file but sometimes it happens that when you use to run any icon present in desktop then it doesn’t open and display the error message 372 on your screen because of the missing of mscomctl.oxc file.
I am going to show you some guides by which you can fix runtime error 372.
- First one is that you can adjust the icons to utilize a lower color depth and recompile the Visual Basic program using that lower depth. For example, you could use 8-bit color rather than 16-bit or 24-bit.
- Second delete the old mscomctl.oxc file which you have installed before.To delete this file
- Go to My computer and click on C DRIVE (C:)
- In the named windows type mscomctl.oxc and click search.
- It results to open msconmctl.oxc file icon and then press delete.Press yes to confirm the deletion.
Once you delete this file it is necessary to register new msconmctl.oxc file.
- Insert your ATX program CD in the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive. If the Auto-Install program starts, skip to
- Click Start, and then click Run.
- In run command type X:\SETUP.EXE (where X: is your CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive), and then click OK.
- After the Installation Wizard replaces and registers the file, when the License Agreement appears, click No, and then click Exit.
- Restart your computer.Finally your system may become error free.