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CMA Runtime Error 339: Do-It-Yourself Repair


Sometimes when you install a program onto your computer, there will be nothing that seems amiss. However, once you go to use the program for the first time the computer realizes that a file is missing or damaged and therefore sends you an error message. One of the most common messages of this type is CMA Runtime Error 339.


What is CMA Runtime Error 339?

A CMA Runtime Error 339 is an alert that is given to you stating that something is missing from a program you are trying to run. Without the missing file that is needed, you will not be able to adequately ruin the program in question. Usually, the file that is missing when you see a CMA Runtime Error 339 is an OCX file, which is generally the dunzip32.ocx file.


What Causes a CMA Runtime Error 339?

There are several factors that can cause CMA Runtime Error 339. Again, this is most likely due to a missing dunzip.ocx file, which is used by Windows and this missing file can be missing as the result of an errant download, accidental deletion, or even a corrupted file. No matter what the cause, until the problem is resolved, you will not be able to use the program you have just installed.


Fixing CMA Runtime Error 339

While a CMA Runtime Error 339 can be annoying, there are a couple of ways in which you can go about fixing the problem yourself. The solution that will be the best one for you will obviously depend on what is causing your CMA Runtime Error 339.


Solution 1:  Run a Windows Update Manually


  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Click the Start Button located on the lower left corner of your desktop.
  3. Click on ‘All Programs.’
  4. Click on ‘Windows Update.’
  5. Follow all the on screen instructions given.
  6. Click ‘Finish’ when prompted to do so.
  7. Restart your computer once the update is completed.
  8. See if problem persists.


Solution 2: Unregister and Delete Damaged File (Advanced Technique)


  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Click the Start Button located on the lower left corner of your desktop.
  3. Type, ‘regsrv32-u duzocx3.ocx’ in the box that appears.
  4. Restart your computer.



  1. Click the Start Button again.
  2. Click ‘Search.’
  3. Click ‘All Files and Folders.’
  4. Type ‘duzocx32.ocx’ into the box that appears.
  5. Select ‘Local Hard Drives’ from drop-down menu.
  6. Click the search button.
  7. Right click on the duzocx32.ocx file and then click ’Delete.’
  8. Restart your computer.


This should clear up the CMA Runtime Error 339 you may be seeing. Good luck!

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