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NMAIN.EXE - Unabe To Locate Component

urymic

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Dec 26, 2007
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#1
Hi, my name is Michel
today about an hour ago i turned my laptop on and i get an error message
thats says
[[This application has failed to start because MSVCP71.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix the problem]]

now i got the file, i downloaded it from a website that i found and i know its part of the Microsoft C Runtime Library but i dont exactly now where the file goes...
if anyone knows anything about this any kind of help is greatly appriciated.

oh yea the program i tried to open was the Norton Internet security.(which i been using for quite a whie)

PC specs
HP pavilion dv1240 us
Window Xp Home edition
Intel(R) Pentium(R) M
Processor 1.70GHZ
992 Mb of RAM

PS:: I searched on the forum for the file name... if this problem already been solved can someone just pm the link for it thanks
 

RandyL

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#2
Hi Michel;
I really would try re-installing Norton. Just adding the file may not work. In Windows I think it's in C\Windows\System32. But it might also be in a Norton directory.

RandyL
 

urymic

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#3
yea well thx for the reply RandyL,
but i just went ahead and tried putting the file on the system32 folder...
didnt work and by then i was really frustrated so
i just went ahead and did a system restore to last month and its working just fine now

once again thx for the quick reply
 

RandyL

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#4
I'm glad you got it fixed. System Restore can be a good life line. Thanks for posting back.