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harke1983

msvcr100.dll missing

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harke1983    0

msvcr100.dll missing in your computer ,when i almost finish installing window 7 sp1 32bit

i make it window 7 lite and just integrated just driver what i need , everything working fine only this error showing almost finshing installing window 7

i just ignore and winodw start work fine but i want fix this problem please help,

thanks in advance.

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submix8c    89
i make it window 7 lite and just integrated just driver what i need
Impossible! "Lite" and "Just Driver"? You must have done something else (or you have a bogus image) because that's a Visual Studio 2010 RunTime module.

Go to MS, download this and install it.

??? The link isn't showing... Copy this and paste into Browser Address Bar

www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8328

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harke1983    0

thanks for reply,

i add all driver to image and it work 100% but but no video card driver,

but when i add video driver and try to install on last this massage show msvcr100.dll missing in your computer

i click ok ok ok , it contiue and fullyinstall , but i don't want to see that massage

how can i solve

i use ATI DRIVER,

THANKS

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submix8c    89

Well, I really don't know... HOW did you ADD the "driver". Most likely, you used a "SETUP" Program which REQUIRED the Module indicated. Add THAT before the ATI Driver (however you magically added it).

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