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Why getting msvcrt.dll error prompt when turning on computer?

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A usb webcam driver worked until now on a win xp pro sp3 system.

After reinstalling windows xp pro sp3, the webcam driver wouldn't run, and after uninstalling the
driver this happens when the computer is turned on:
Error prompt saying: "Fixcamera.exe Entry not found. The procedure entry point _mbsnbcpy_s could not be
located in library Msvcrt.dll."

How can I get rid of that error prompt?

Note: I can't say the error prompt has an affect on the system.

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Welcome to GeesktoGo

Before we proceed any further have you done as advised on the other site where you asked for help with this problem

Have you installed all the XP updates? Between the updates and reinstalling the webcam driver it should repair that DLL.

If you have please provide the make and model of the camera.
When it is connected and the driver installed what is shown in device manager please.

Edited by Macboatmaster, 24 September 2011 - 12:24 PM.

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