What does runtime error 429 mean?

Run-time error ‘429’: ActiveX component can’t create object. This error occurs when the Component Object Model (COM) cannot create the requested Automation object, and the Automation object is, therefore, unavailable to Visual Basic. This error does not occur on all computers.

How to Fix error 429 ActiveX component can t create object?

How can I fix ActiveX runtime error 429 on Windows 10?

  1. Reregister the Program.
  2. Reregister the Specified File.
  3. Run a Virus Scan.
  4. Check for Windows Updates.
  5. Run the System File Checker.
  6. Scan and Fix the Registry.
  7. Undo System Changes with System Restore.

Can not create ActiveX component?

Search for Microsoft 365 in the list of programs. Right-click on Microsoft 365 and select Change. Select Quick Repair and click Repair. Once completed, search for LEAP in the list of programs.

How do I fix error 429?

Wait to send another request. The simplest way to fix an HTTP 429 error is to wait to send another request. Often, this status code is sent with a “Retry-after” header that specifies a period of time to wait before sending another request. It may specify only a few seconds or minutes.

How do I fix Error 429 too many requests Nginx?

How to Resolve Rate Limited Requests (429 Too Many Requests)

  1. Exclude IP Addresses from the per IP Rate Limiting.
  2. Disable per IP Rate Limiting.
  3. Exclude Specific URLs from the per IP Rate Limiting Mechanism.
  4. How to Serve a Custom Static Error Page to Rate Limited IP Addresses.

How do I fix Error 429 too many requests Shopify?

How to fix Shopify error 429 too many requests

  1. Increase the “rate-limit” of the app. For example, we may need to increase rate-limiting from 100 to 10,000 API calls a day.
  2. Decrease use of the API calls. For instance, it may be possible that the app is receiving about 8000 requests while the permitted limit is 1000.

What is ActiveX issue?

When an ActiveX issue occurs, it typically means that system elements have some corrupt entries that are preventing the ActiveX plugin from operating properly. In pre-Windows 2000 systems ActiveX issues may also be caused by missing dll’s, that could have been removed during software uninstalls.