can someone please tell me how to fix the validation errors listed below.
thanks!

Invalid identifier; Table: ProgId, Column: Icon_, Key(s): idoc_auto_file http://dartools/iceman/ice03.html ProgId Icon_ idoc_auto_file

Evaluation: ICE03

Extension: 'imgr' advertises component: 'imgr'. This component cannot be advertised because the KeyPath type disallows it. http://dartools/iceman/ice19.html Extension Component_ imgr imgr

Evaluation: ICE19
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Table: ProgId, Column: Icon_, Key(s): idoc_auto_file

Icon_
An optional foreign key into the Icon table that specifies the icon file associated with this ProgId. This is written under the DefaultIcon key associated with this ProgId. This column must be Null for a version independent ProgId.

'imgr' advertises component: 'imgr'. This component cannot be advertised because the KeyPath type disallows it.

Check the key path for this component.
Answered 03/27/2007 by: bheers
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ice error 19

your component is empty that is why you get ice error 19

just delete the component
Answered 03/27/2007 by: cygan
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The component might be empty in view of files / registry but it may contain other information like extensions / ini files . so make sure before you delete it (Use find with the component name)
Answered 03/27/2007 by: bheers
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so i checked the component and found that there is a extension. What do i do now to get rid of the error?
Answered 03/28/2007 by: justinSingh
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Move the extensions to a different component.
in the extensions table choose a different component which has a key path. and delete the empty component then.
or you can create a key path for the component in the registry under HKLM (Not preffered)
Answered 03/29/2007 by: bheers
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