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MSVCR110.dll is missing?


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GhostLoad

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Whenever I try and launch Worms WMD - All Stars, I get the MSVCR110.dll missing error message.  I tried doing the "solution" that people have posted about, installing Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable 2012, but it doesn't fix my issue at all.  All my Windows updates are up to date, and I'm using Windows 7 64-bit edition.

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Hi,

 

Did you install both versions of the runtime for x86 and x64 bits?

 

Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012 Update 4
 


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I didn't, just the x64 one.  I'll try the x86 and get back to you asap.


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Hi,

 

Did you install both versions of the runtime for x86 and x64 bits?

 

Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012 Update 4
 

Wow, that did it.  Thanks so much!  Who would've thought that I would have to do the drivers for 32-bit & 64-bit for my 64-bit OS lol.  Thanks again.  :)


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Wow, that did it.  Thanks so much!  Who would've thought that I would have to do the drivers for 32-bit & 64-bit for my 64-bit OS lol.  Thanks again.   :)

 

Good :) Its not a Driver but some library's (dll's)  when a 64 bits program runs it uses the x64 version of the runtime, if the program is 32-bits it needs the x86 version of the runtime.


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