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Misplaced MFC70.DLL


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Joan K A

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I'm trying to start a decompression program from CGPGroup.com that unzips .bz2 files (BZTest.exe). When I start the program, I get the error response similar to: Application failed to start because it can't find MFC70.DLL I've done a search in Windows Explorer and found two of them: one in C:\ and the other in C:\Program Files\Online Services\PeoplePC\ISP5900\System

I suspect the one in C:\ should be someplace else, but where?
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Welcome to G2G, read this please

contact the app vendor, you need that dll, it is a mfc dll.The application
didn't ship that dll.

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"Carly" <mikey05@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
news:602701c42e12$5aa6daf0$a401280a@phx.gbl...
> When I start my laptop, a box comes up stating "This
> application has failed to start because MFC70.DLL was not
> found. Re-installing the application may fix this
> problem." I did download from online, but that message
> still keeps coming up. What do I do to get rid of it????


copied from LINK: http://www.tutorials...WINDOWS/MFCDLL/

Tell me if that works, is this a standalone product or does it install itself?


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Edited by -OCM770-, 19 January 2007 - 04:42 PM.

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OCM770, not sure what a stand alone product is, but it's an .exe file I downloaded, then I double clicked on the .exe file to install the program. It went fine. When I tried to use it, got the error response. I did uninstall the program and re-installed. Same response.

I suspect it's looking for that file in a particular place and it's not there. Can I move/copy the one I have to C:\Windows\system32 which is where many are located in various Hijack This threads I've read.
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Not sure, heres a link to download it: LINK: http://www.dll-files...les.shtml?mfc70

problem is, were is it to be placed?


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You can copy and paste it into the C:\Windows\System32 directory with no problems, just make sure you are COPYING it.

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Fenor, thanks! That worked like a charm. The program opens; now I just have to figure out how to work it :-)
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