What Causes Runtime Error 75?
The run time error mentioned above is one you will only encounter on a computer running Windows 95. To fix runtime 75 error, we recommend using one of the following methods:
- On the shared resource, change the access permission from read-only to full control.
- If Windows 95 is running in a Windows NT domain, switch to user-level access.
- Use Win32 API calls to access the read-only shared resource.
Apart from Windows 95, the runtime error 75 is also noticed with Excel 2000 Standard Edition. This error in Excel happens if the user tries to rename a directory. This error can be manually removed by following a few simple steps. First select “Run” from “Start” and then type “regedit”. The pop up window will show the registry from where you have to remove the registry key. After this, restart the computer and go to Control Panel and select “Central Commerce Manager Add-In” and remove it. Once it has been removed, that means that you computer is now free off Runtime Error. However, you should do remember that any wrong operation on registry would lead to computer crash.
Runtime error 75 is a bit more complex from a troubleshooting aspect but it can be resolved like many others. While the instances above are often the root of the problem, this run time error and several more are often caused by a congested registry or malware infection. To prevent such problems, it is best keep your system protected with a reliable registry cleaner and anti-virus tool. The registry cleaner will clear out the corrupt or missing entries in the registry while the anti-virus software will remove any malicious content from your system.