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 Jeff Bishop


 RE: skype scripts


 Mon, Mar 29, 2010 9:00:51 am

You need to make sure that the Skype Extras manager is installed. This will
require you to either remove and re-install Skype or simply re-run the
installation process. Is UAC enabled on that machine?

From: Roy Shtupler []
Sent: Monday, March 29, 2010 5:58 AM
Subject: Re: skype scripts

here are the full details on the error:

An error occurred in script skype.vbs at 3:52:35 PM on Monday, March 29,
Name: skype.vbs
Version: 3.0.3
Source: Microsoft VBScript runtime error
Description: ActiveX component can't create object: 'Skype4COM.Skype'
Column: 16
Line: 285
Path: C:Documents and SettingsOwnerApplication DataGW
Error Code: 800A01AD
Script Context: Dim skypeObj : Set skypeObj CreateObject("Skype4COM.Skype")
Active Window Overlap Class: Progman
Active Window Title: desk top
Active Window Module: SHELL32
Active Window Class: Progman
Active Window Original Class: Progman
Active Window Type: 1
Active Window Original Type: 1
Active Window Is Valid: True
Active Window Set File: explorer.000
Focused Window Overlap Class: SysListView32
Focused Window Module: SHELL32
Focused Window Class: SysListView32
Focused Window Original Class: SysListView32
Focused Window Type: 21
Focused Window Original Type: 21
Focused Window Is Valid: True
Window-Eyes Application Path: C:Program FilesGW MicroWindow-Eyes
Window-Eyes User Profile Path: C:Documents and SettingsOwnerApplication
DataGW MicroWindow-EyesUsersDefault
Window-Eyes Version: 7.2 BETA 1
Window-Eyes Language: 0
Active Synthesizer: Litetalk or DoubleTalk LT or TripleTalk USB (serial)
Active Braille Display: None
Run in System Tray: True
Run at Login Screen: False
OS Version: 5.1 (2600) SP: 3.0
WSH Version: VBScript 5.8.18702
Internet Explorer: 8.0.6001.18702
GW Toolkit: 8.2.1
XML Language: 1033
System Start Time: 3/29/2010 2:23:48 PM
Total Disk Space: 18.07GB
Free Disk Space: 1.9GB
Total Memory: 2.15GB
Available Memory: 1364.36MB
Resolution: 1280x1024 (32bit)
Process Information:
System Idle Process ID:0, CPU Time:10331.11, MEM:0MB, VM:0MB
System ID:4, CPU Time:20.97, MEM:87.9MB, VM:0MB
smss.exe ID:688, CPU Time:0.05, MEM:0.4MB, VM:0.2MB
csrss.exe ID:736, CPU Time:7.23, MEM:3.6MB, VM:1.6MB
winlogon.exe ID:768, CPU Time:1.17, MEM:4.4MB, VM:7.4MB
services.exe ID:816, CPU Time:2.38, MEM:4MB, VM:2.5MB
lsass.exe ID:828, CPU Time:1.78, MEM:1.9MB, VM:4.1MB
svchost.exe ID:1024, CPU Time:0.3, MEM:5.4MB, VM:3MB
svchost.exe ID:1116, CPU Time:0.91, MEM:4.9MB, VM:2.6MB
svchost.exe ID:1236, CPU Time:0.19, MEM:3.6MB, VM:2.6MB
avgchsvx.exe ID:1292, CPU Time:4.77, MEM:3.2MB, VM:13.9MB
svchost.exe ID:1328, CPU Time:1.55, MEM:22.7MB, VM:13.2MB
avgrsx.exe ID:1392, CPU Time:2.45, MEM:2.7MB, VM:1.4MB
svchost.exe ID:1412, CPU Time:0.14, MEM:4.1MB, VM:2.1MB
svchost.exe ID:1524, CPU Time:0.09, MEM:5.8MB, VM:3.5MB
avgcsrvx.exe ID:1912, CPU Time:64.02, MEM:30.6MB, VM:7.9MB
explorer.exe ID:1968, CPU Time:17.72, MEM:32.6MB, VM:22.9MB
spoolsv.exe ID:2020, CPU Time:0.12, MEM:5.1MB, VM:3.4MB
ctfmon.exe ID:288, CPU Time:0.14, MEM:3.9MB, VM:1.7MB
svchost.exe ID:1348, CPU Time:0.06, MEM:5.4MB, VM:2.8MB
svchost.exe ID:888, CPU Time:0.06, MEM:4.1MB, VM:2.3MB
svchost.exe ID:2148, CPU Time:0.12, MEM:4.5MB, VM:2.6MB
wmpnetwk.exe ID:2476, CPU Time:0.09, MEM:8.7MB, VM:6.5MB
alg.exe ID:3024, CPU Time:0.05, MEM:4.2MB, VM:1.9MB
ASTSRV.EXE ID:336, CPU Time:0.11, MEM:1.9MB, VM:0.7MB
devldr32.exe ID:384, CPU Time:0.69, MEM:4MB, VM:2.8MB
wineyes.exe ID:376, CPU Time:102.69, MEM:159.6MB, VM:159.1MB
bdisplay.exe ID:2532, CPU Time:0.03, MEM:2.4MB, VM:1.3MB
msimn.exe ID:3372, CPU Time:1.19, MEM:19.9MB, VM:10MB
msmsgs.exe ID:3700, CPU Time:0.11, MEM:5.8MB, VM:2.3MB
Skype.exe ID:4056, CPU Time:0.17, MEM:17MB, VM:13.5MB
wmiprvse.exe ID:3924, CPU Time:0.09, MEM:5.1MB, VM:3MB
wmiprvse.exe ID:3560, CPU Time:0.16, MEM:7.4MB, VM:3.2MB
Appended Details:

thanks alot for any help


----- Original Message -----

From: Jeff Bishop


Sent: Monday, March 29, 2010 3:43 PM

Subject: RE: skype scripts

What error are you receiving?

From: Roy Shtupler []
Sent: Monday, March 29, 2010 5:14 AM
Subject: skype scripts

hi all

does the script work with Skype 4.2?

I still get the same error message when trying to run Skype with the script
(I have the current version).

any ideas?

thanks alot