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Problem booting the device

I am experiencing problems trying to boot my v90. It comes up with an error message saying: "The application has failed to start because MSVCP60.dll wa not found. Reinstalling this application may solve this problem." I have tried to push out an image to the machine from the server, but it does not accept it. Please help.

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