I have the same issue as stated above, but the fix Matt is suggesting didn't work on mine - Steady.exe was actually already in the Program Files(x86) location mentioned. I am on Windows 7 x64.
Running the application as administrator does work. Running as a normal user is generating a system event that states the machine default permissions settings don't grant local activation permission for the Com Server then states the APPID and CLSID.
I have tried to change COM permissions for this app, but they appear greyed out, even when running as an administrator. Will probably try to tinker with this again soon.
You may try this location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Autodesk\AWA\Support\Tools\
That worked - had to restart the computer to get it to work, but that solved it.
Even after copying Steady.exe to the x86 program folder as suggested. I continue to get the message below.
I get the following error after pressing the "Compute Analysis" ribbon button,"Runtime error 429. ActiveX component can't create object".
Does anybody has nay suggestions/
Adhir Agrawal, P.E.
I have a little problem with the Project River Analysis 2012 Extension for Civil 3d (2012). I imported data from HEC RAS and then I tried to compute analyse but then the error "Runtime error 429. ActiveX component can't create object" came up.
I have uninstalled and reinstalled the program many times. Program still dont work.
Also I have copied the Steady.exe file from Program Files\Autodesk\Project River Analysis 2012\Bin to Program Files (x86)\Autodesk\AWA\Support\Tool. Still dont work.
What is the problem? What should I do?
I have Windows 7 x 64.
Looking forward to Your reply!
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