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Need dll for Triazzle

When I click on exe I get this message: "Cannot find BSIMIX.DLL" Can you send me the dll or a reinstall for Triazzle?

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Do you still need bsimix.dll for Triazzle? Not sure how to upload and send it to you.

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SOURCE: Missing DLL files

This means the file is missing some DLL files, dynamic link library files, meaning that the game itself is missing some components files to run. Only thing you can do is run an integrity scan on the game and find out which files you are missing and then get them manually. Or you can just find the game on some other site.

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