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Solved: Missing dll

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by eteen, Aug 31, 2012.

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  1. eteen

    eteen Thread Starter

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    Missing MSVCR100.dll file message when I start a program called Wordbiz. It does not prevent theprogram from loading, just worries me. I have Windows 7. I would download it from somewhere but am reluctant to use sites unknown to me. Can you recommend one?

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    Thank you, worked perfectly
     
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    Glad it worked (y)
     
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