I use Speco Remote security cameras to view my home. We recenlty purchased a new computer (runs on Windows Vista) and when I go to the view the cameras, I receive the message "Msvcr71.dll cannot be found". How do I fix this so we can view our cameras?
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Click on above link then enter show code then download file.
Then if it Then copy that file and paste it in c://windows/system32 folder then restart computer then it will work fine.
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file may be deleted. go to start type this in run %systemroot%\system32\dllcache find the file you will get your dll file right click on file click copy then paste it windows and windows\system32 it is done http://xpvistatricks.blogspot.com/
If the error started appearing soon after you have installed a new application
or device driver, then it is possible that the error is occurring due to
problems in the installation. To fix the error in this case, uninstall the
software you installed and reinstall it.
Many times, errors related to DLL files, such as Msvcr71.dll, occur due to
malware infections. Download, install and run Malwarebytes.
A DLL ("Dynamic Link Library") is a collection of subroutines (small programs) that can be used by many programs on your computer.This particular DLL is included with Version 7.1 of Microsoft's "C" programming-language.However, the appliation that tried to use the DLL is requiring a _newer_ version of that particular DLL.So, access http://support.microsoft.com to download and install the latest "runtime" library for their "C" programming language.
mimboot.exe is the startup application for Musicmatch Jukebox. It does not need to start with Windows. It looks like you may have deleted or unsuccessfully uninstalled Musicmatch Jukebox. Reinstalling the application should resolve the issue. If you don't want the program after the re-install simply uninstall it again in add/remove programs.
Please note: this can also be a trojan horse. If you haven't already I would suggest running a good anti-virus and anti-spyware program.