A VB script DLL file could not be saved under Windows 10/8/7

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If you open Outlook 20016 or another program on your Windows 10/8/7 PC, you will receive a message – Registration failure of a VB Script DLL. Install or run Regsvr32.exe Vbscript.dll for self-registration; then this message may help. To solve this problem, you must re-save the file vbscript.dll.

Saving a failed VB DLL script

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In the WinX menu, open the command prompt as administrator, type the following and press Enter :

regsvr32. exe vbscript.dll

The affected DLL file will be rewritten using the Windows OS tool regsvr32.exe. The Regsvr32

You will see the following message if it runs successfully – DllRegisterServer in vbscript.dll succeeded.

If this does not work and the DLL file could not be saved, log in with an administrator account and save the DLL file.

You can also download our finished registry patch here.

First create a system restore point, then double-click the downloaded file .reg to add its contents to your registry. If it works well for you, you have the ability to bring your system back to the point you created.

You can also use our File Association Fixer to fix VBS file mapping and see if it works for you.

You also install the program that causes the error and see if the error message disappears.

If you receive the error message when you run Outlook, you can repair Office and see if it helps you.

Advanced Literature: Access to the Windows script host is disabled on this machine.

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