REGCOMPONENTS issue

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wilshire
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REGCOMPONENTS issue

Postby wilshire » Wed Mar 11, 2020 11:22 am

I am looking to do a TRAMO-SEATS seasonal adjustment in Eviews, but get the following error:

“EViews 32-bit Layer has not be properly registered. Please run REGCOMPONENTS to register this component, then try again.”

Running REGCOMPONENTS to register the EViews 32-bit Layer requires admin permission.

Please advise,

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Re: REGCOMPONENTS issue

Postby EViews Steve » Wed Mar 11, 2020 11:51 am

The short answer is that you will need to register the EViews32COM.exe program via our REGCOMPONENTS dialog successfully before you can use TRAMO/SEATS. And to do that, you'll need to have local admin rights (or someone with local admin rights to do this for you).

To see if you have this, shut EViews down, then right-click the EViews shortcut and select "Run as administrator". If your account has local admin rights, you'll be presented with a UAC dialog that asks for your permission to run EViews with the admin rights enabled. If you don't have local admin rights, then you'll be presented with a small login dialog that allows you to enter the credentials (username & password) of someone that does have local admin rights. If you see this dialog, I would suggest you find the person that installed EViews onto your machine to have them enter their credentials into this dialog. Once logged in, re-run the REGCOMPONENTS command to bring up the dialog and then click the "Yes (All)" button to re-register everything. Once you see the success message, you'll be able to use TRAMO/SEATS, even if you restart EViews without the "Run as administrator".

Steve


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