1 Reply Latest reply: Aug 4, 2012 5:09 PM by b noir
alateaqoe Level 1 Level 1

I turned off my firewall/anti-virus protection. I ran the DLL registry server command as directed. I still get the 2738 error when either trying to install the new version of QuickTime or trying to uninstall the old version. Any ideas?

QuickTime, Windows 7
Solved by b noir on Aug 4, 2012 5:09 PM Solved

In some cases of these 2738s, other parts of the Windows Script machinery (other than vbscript) have been disabled. If that's what is going on, running the fixit from the following Microsoft document has been of some assistance:


When I run a script in Windows Script, I receive an error message: "Library not registered"


Does that get you past your 2738s?