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  • how do i repair missing msvcp80.dll's
    Saturday, November 26, 2011 2:34 AM

Answers

  • Sir, First Download the msvcp80.dll  : http://www.dll-files.com/msvcp80.zip?0WEeQIaEkQ

     


    DLL Download Sites are Not Approved Sources for DLL Files

    DLL files are created and distributed by companies that develop software. Sometimes that software company is Microsoft, sometimes it is not. Many companies create DLL files as part of their software packages.

    A stable, clean, and updated copy of any DLL file can only be guaranteed by the developer. Websites that allow individual DLL downloads are in all but the rarest cases not approved places for downloading DLLs.

     

    DLL Files from DLL Download Sites May be Infected with Viruses

    Since DLL download sites are not approved sources for DLL files and often have little if any contact information available, there is no guarantee that the DLL file you just downloaded is free from a virus infection. Assuming you have a good antivirus program, an infected DLL file might be quarantined as you download it but there is certainly no guarantee of that. Take the safe route and simply avoid downloading DLL files from these DLL download sites.

    DLL Download Sites Could Host DLL Files That Could Compromise Your Computer's Security

    DLL files are like small, specialized programs that can be programmed to perform various actions automatically, even actions that open your computer up to hacking and other kinds of intrusions. DLL files like this do exist. While it's unlikely that you will search for one of these particular DLLs files to download and install, it is a risk you take when you install a DLL file in your system from a DLL download site. Don't risk it - follow the advice in the previous several tips and acquire the DLL from its source, not from a "back alley" DLL dealer!


    MCITP: Enterprise Administrator Windows Server 2008 MCTS: Windows 7, Active Directory, Network Infrastructure, Applications Infrastructure, Exchange 2007 ITIL V3 Certified
    Saturday, November 26, 2011 11:51 AM

All replies

  • Run the sfc /scannow System File Checker command to replace a missing or corrupt copy of the msvcp80.dll file. If this DLL file is provided my Microsoft, the System File Checker tool should restore it.
    MCITP: Enterprise Administrator Windows Server 2008 MCTS: Windows 7, Active Directory, Network Infrastructure, Applications Infrastructure, Exchange 2007 ITIL V3 Certified
    Saturday, November 26, 2011 10:32 AM
  • how do i repair missing msvcp80.dll's

    Sir, First Download the msvcp80.dll  : http://www.dll-files.com/msvcp80.zip?0WEeQIaEkQ

     

    After Download Extract it , and put  it in  c:\Windows\system32 & c:\Windows\system

     

    Regards,

     


    MCP | MCTS | MCITP
    Saturday, November 26, 2011 11:36 AM
  • Sir, First Download the msvcp80.dll  : http://www.dll-files.com/msvcp80.zip?0WEeQIaEkQ

     


    DLL Download Sites are Not Approved Sources for DLL Files

    DLL files are created and distributed by companies that develop software. Sometimes that software company is Microsoft, sometimes it is not. Many companies create DLL files as part of their software packages.

    A stable, clean, and updated copy of any DLL file can only be guaranteed by the developer. Websites that allow individual DLL downloads are in all but the rarest cases not approved places for downloading DLLs.

     

    DLL Files from DLL Download Sites May be Infected with Viruses

    Since DLL download sites are not approved sources for DLL files and often have little if any contact information available, there is no guarantee that the DLL file you just downloaded is free from a virus infection. Assuming you have a good antivirus program, an infected DLL file might be quarantined as you download it but there is certainly no guarantee of that. Take the safe route and simply avoid downloading DLL files from these DLL download sites.

    DLL Download Sites Could Host DLL Files That Could Compromise Your Computer's Security

    DLL files are like small, specialized programs that can be programmed to perform various actions automatically, even actions that open your computer up to hacking and other kinds of intrusions. DLL files like this do exist. While it's unlikely that you will search for one of these particular DLLs files to download and install, it is a risk you take when you install a DLL file in your system from a DLL download site. Don't risk it - follow the advice in the previous several tips and acquire the DLL from its source, not from a "back alley" DLL dealer!


    MCITP: Enterprise Administrator Windows Server 2008 MCTS: Windows 7, Active Directory, Network Infrastructure, Applications Infrastructure, Exchange 2007 ITIL V3 Certified
    Saturday, November 26, 2011 11:51 AM