Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
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.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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