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Does the Program issue you the name of the suspect runtime library at any point? If it does, go get the latest version of the runtime from the NET, in a searchengine type the name of the file+ext. download and then copy it in the same direrctory (folder) as the one on your system now.
NOTE: I would FIRST rename the one on your system as <currentfilename.current_extention>and then add .OLD to it.
Try booting the computer in Safemode ( Restart the computer and press F8 just before Windows start loading). Then go to Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore. See if you can restore your system to a period when you did not have this problem. That is if you started having this problem very recently. Hope this helps.