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corrupted dlls

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by bevp, Oct 20, 2003.

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  1. bevp

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    hi here is what i have corrupted tsc.exe, msvbvm60.dll, wmadmoe.dll, msvcr70.dll. i have no idea what to do for this please help thanks for any help
     
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    you'll have to state more about what caused you to blieve these files are corrupted. For example, the exact wording of any associated error messages and any procedure you were doing on the computer when the error meeages ocurred or what programs you just uninstalled.

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  4. bevp

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    i downloaded the runtime is that all i have to do i did open it to put on the computer the msvcr70.dll was not on the list to get from the other link or the wmadmoe.dll was my version but i think that is something to do with my mp3 player so i guess i can just uninstall and reinstall it.......thanks for the help and styx the way i found these corrupted was i was scanning my checking for files corrupted. thanks
     
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