I am trying to install VZAccess manager to my dell desktop. I guess it is a problem bc it is 64 bit. I keep getting Microsoft Code 2738. I have talked to the Verizon tech people and they say it is a microsoft problem. I have no idea where to go from here. Help!! If I do not get this fixed soon my children will commit mutiny!!
Hi. I don't know if this works on 64 bit, but I had this problem when installing, and found an answer on the internet. Look at
I didn't have the registry keys mentioned, so I just got right clicked on the DOS prompt icon, selected Run as Adminstrator, and typed the commands to register the two dlls. Hope this helps.
To resolve the issue, download and install Microsoft Windows Script Host Version 5.6 on the system.
This link is taken from the website in the last post. Downloa this link to a flash drive or mem card and install on the pc with the issues. I just did this and it DID work to correct the installation problem, and it was also very easy.
P.S. It says on the download link that it is for Windows XP, but I just used it on Windows Vista and it worked like a charm. Hope this helps.
This is what worked for me... I have Windows 7, 64 bit.....
If you are using 64-bit version of Windows:
I have tried numerous times to install VZ Access Manager for my Mifi 2200 and I tried just about everything suggested above but I still get the error 2738 message. I have a dell studio 15 laptop with Windows 7 w/ XP mode. Can anyone help?
Thank God, I thought it was just me! I first installed on my laptop with no problems, then went to install on hubby's and ERROR CODE 2738 is turning me into and banshee help!!
I have not been able to fix this problem. I got an email from Verizon that the script error I am receiving is beyond the scope of their technical support. They suggested I contact my PC manufacturer or Microsoft Tech Support so they can help me uninstall and reinstall the items that need troubleshooting.
I have a windows 7, 64 bit. I have tried many suggestions to no avail. Ran scannow. Did not work. Tried your solution. Did not work. Hoping someone out there has the solution to error 2738 vbscript runtime issues.
If you've had any form of virus protection PREVIOUSLY installed, you should find/download/run that antivirus removal tool to cleanup and fix residual traces. Not saying to remove your antivirus currently installed (although it could be an issue), just saying their uninstallers are ....crap. Many antivirus programs such as McAfee "hijack" vbs executions to prevent harm, however if the software is uninstalled, but the hook is still there, it can't run. Just ran the McAfee Removal Tool on my 3rd "I can't get my USB card / Software to install" this fall, cleared my issue right up.