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August 12, 2005 4:59:09 PM

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Hi, when I start windows 98 I get a message stating that two dll files are
missing. One is 'MFC71.DLL' and the other is 'MSVCP71.DLL'. I tried
searching my win98 cd with windows explorer, but could not find them.
Windows does start correctly and seem to run okay. The error boxes pop up on
my desktop just before windows finishes starting to run. Where do I find
these files? How do I replace them? Do I need them? Any help would be greatly
apprecicated.
Brian

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Anonymous
August 12, 2005 9:11:24 PM

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http://groups-beta.google.com/groups?q=MFC71.DLL++MSVCP...
"MFC71.DLL MSVCP71.DLL" comes up 32 times at GG.

Those are not Windows files. It doesn't sound at GG to be virus related,
though. Have you installed or uninstalled something recently? Then,
something went wrong with that.

Did you...?...
START button, Find, F/F, "MFC71.DLL, MSVCP71.DLL"
....no quotes, but use the comma.

A .DLL may be started in the Startup Group by RunDLL32.exe. Also, there
may be other ways it gets started. Therefore, selectively prevent the
non-MS items in "START, Run, MSConfig, Startup tab", to see which is
starting it.

If you've uninstalled something lately, reinstall it, & uninstall it
again properly in "Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs". That way, if
anything else was left behind, it too will hopefully go.

(3) Well, consider...

Check the Registry for a mention of MFC71.DLL & MSVCP71.DLL, Export, &
Delete the line. However, if the line is in an MRU (Most Recently Used)
list, just let it be...

(a) "START, Run, RegEdit".
(b) Select "Find" in the Edit menu. Search for those .dlls.
(It may take a while.)

(c) "Registry menu, Export Registry file".

This will create a ".reg" file of the entire Key that is open...
all the items in the right pane & any sub-keys in the left pane
(supposing there was a plus sign on the one highlighted). Give it a name
& location of your choosing, even to the Desktop or My Documents. Then,
if something goes wrong with the following, you will be able to simply
click that file, to Merge it's contents back into the Registry.

(d) R-Clk the item(s) in the right or left pane that specifically
mentions MFC71.DLL or MSVCP71.DLL, and select Delete.
Anything in an MRU list may be left alone.
You know what? Perhaps just do the Export's & post them.
(e) Continue the search, at step (b).


By default, when a ".reg" is clicked, it will Merge into the Registry.
To alter the default behavior: "START, Settings, Folder Options, File
Types tab". Scroll to & click "Registration Entries", click the "Edit"
button, select "edit" in the window & click the "Set Default" button.
Now, when you click a ".reg" file, it will open in Notepad for
examination. To merge it into the Registry, R-Clk it & select "Merge".


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"Brian" <Brian@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:C319D2DC-13FC-426E-B6DD-F896F62259D6@microsoft.com...
| Hi, when I start windows 98 I get a message stating that two dll files
are
| missing. One is 'MFC71.DLL' and the other is 'MSVCP71.DLL'. I tried
| searching my win98 cd with windows explorer, but could not find them.
| Windows does start correctly and seem to run okay. The error boxes
pop up on
| my desktop just before windows finishes starting to run. Where do I
find
| these files? How do I replace them? Do I need them? Any help would be
greatly
| apprecicated.
| Brian
|
Anonymous
August 12, 2005 9:15:05 PM

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"Brian" <Brian@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:C319D2DC-13FC-426E-B6DD-F896F62259D6@microsoft.com...

> Hi, when I start windows 98 I get a message stating that two dll files are
> missing. One is 'MFC71.DLL' and the other is 'MSVCP71.DLL'. I tried
> searching my win98 cd with windows explorer, but could not find them.
> Windows does start correctly and seem to run okay. The error boxes pop up
on
> my desktop just before windows finishes starting to run. Where do I find

MS has a web site listing DLLs and recommending sources
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=/service...

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Anonymous
August 13, 2005 8:12:12 AM

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Brian wrote:
> Hi, when I start windows 98 I get a message stating that two dll files are
> missing. One is 'MFC71.DLL' and the other is 'MSVCP71.DLL'. I tried
> searching my win98 cd with windows explorer, but could not find them.
> Windows does start correctly and seem to run okay. The error boxes pop up on
> my desktop just before windows finishes starting to run. Where do I find
> these files? How do I replace them? Do I need them? Any help would be greatly
> apprecicated.

Those DLLs are Visual C++ runtime modules. Those would not be present if
you installed any kind of 3rd party applications that came with an
poorly designed setup program or if you simply copied them into place
without installing them properly.

If this is unlikely, you may want to check your startup lists (I'd
recomend RegCleaner to find them all in one place
http://dustworld.dyndns.org/c:/dustwolf/files/freeware/...) for
any programs loading that you did not put there. A spyware / virus scan
might be the easier way to start.

If however any program that you installed isn't running and should be,
you might just want to find those two DLLs on the internet and put them
in your windows\system directory.

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