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Runtime Error! R6025 -pure virtual function call

  1. #1
    STINEHART
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    Runtime Error! R6025 -pure virtual function call

    Hello. So far so good with 2007 except for excel. If I start a new blank
    worksheet, and click on anything or hit tab I get teh Visual C++ Error.

    Runtime Error!

    program:C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\EXCEL.EXE

    R6025
    -pure virtual function call
    -----------------------------------
    Any ideas?


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    Ross G
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    RE: Runtime Error! R6025 -pure virtual function call

    If you receive this error:
    "Microsoft Visual C++ Runtine Library"
    "Runtime Error!"
    "Program: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\EXCEL.EXE"
    "R6025"
    "- pure virtual function call"

    Then you must do this:
    Start > Run : regedit (then click OK)
    \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Excel\Addins\RCMSOExt.Connect
    There, i opened "LoadBehavior" and changed the Value Data from 3 to "1". I
    click
    on Ok, re-ran Excel and now its working fine.

    If you need me to go into more detail on how i did this, let me know and i
    can do the breakdown.

  3. #3
    Ross G
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    RE: Runtime Error! R6025 -pure virtual function call

    Ok, this is the kicker, that scripts applies directly to me. Its for an addin
    i have running, the RingCentral Fax Client. SO what this tells us is that its
    an addin that you have running, so you need to go into your registry going in
    as deep as you can from my previous instructions and start to change the
    value on the different addins until you find the one giving the issues. I
    will say thing, i have 3 listings in my Excel/Addins listing and the first
    one was the RCMXOExt.Connect which is what i originally told you to change
    the value on. I have 2 other listings on mine though but i did not have to
    change them. They were BtOfficeAddin.BtOfficeIntegratration.1 and
    PDFMaker.OfficeAddin. So if you have these are the listings in yours, you can
    let them be, but if you have a different listing, then change the value of
    that and it should correct the problem.
    If not, we can discuss it and see if we can correct the issue. In short
    though, our older addins are that compatible with the newer Office2007.

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