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RE: Re: msvcp90.dll is missing

Author rahat123
Full name rahat hossain mitul
Date 2011-11-14 07:19:49 PST
Message RealPlayer apparently uses this MSVCP90.DLL and it’s a C++ version 9 program library from Microsoft Visual, you should <a href="http://www.articlewr​itingclicks.com/erro​rs/dll5.php">have</a> installed a copy. So if you can not find it from another pc .Then you should download it from Google by search …then follow my step to solve this . go to run from start menu. Type cmd.exe in the run box. Press enter.. Then black box will be appearing to you, then type this: regsvr32C:\Windows​System32\msvcp90.d​ll
And then press enter … solved

RE: Re: msvcp90.dll is missing

Author hjtrost
Full name Hans-Jochen Trost
Date 2011-05-09 12:41:38 PDT
Message Stefan,

> If your tool doesn't even consider SxS dlls, then it's pretty useless.
> You can use a tool that actually works:
> http://dependencywalker.com/

apparently it doesn't, yet it isn't useless as it is a decent checker of the registry, not as aggressive as, say, ccleaner or Registry Mechanic, but quite thorough in offering alternative solutions. The ignorance of SxS may be due to age - that was introduced only with VS2005.

Thanks for the tip on the dependency tool.

Cheers, Jochen

Re: msvcp90.dll is missing

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2011-05-09 12:01:50 PDT
Message On 09.05.2011 20:55, Hans-Jochen Trost wrote:
> Dave,
>
>>> The TortoiseSVN installer does include msvcp90.dll--it goes in
>>> the side-by-side directory ...<<
>
> thanks for the hint. That copy does exist on my machine also.
> Explicitly using SubWCRev.exe is not (yet) within the scope of things
> I do. I suspect that from my point of view it operates, or is
> operated, behind the scenes. Thus all I can do to test this is remove
> my copy of msvcp90.dll again and run SubWCRev from the command line
> either without argument (which makes it display its help) or a
> garbage argument (a nonexistent working copy path, which creates an
> appropriate complaint). No complaint about the DLL missing. If the
> DLL is loaded already at this time, this would say it is found.
>
> My WinDoctor copy is vintage 2006, and I suppose that it does not
> consider the side-by-side directories to be in the standard search
> path hierarchy for DLLs. According to NotePad, SubWCRev.exe does
> contain one reference to msvcp90.dll without any path attached, and
> no reference to any WinSxS directory.

If your tool doesn't even consider SxS dlls, then it's pretty useless.
You can use a tool that actually works:
http://dependencywalker.com/

And if you can run SubWCRev without an error, then all the dlls are
there. It couldn't even start if that dll was missing, since that dll is
responsible for calling the main() function.

Stefan

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RE: Re: msvcp90.dll is missing

Author hjtrost
Full name Hans-Jochen Trost
Date 2011-05-09 11:55:14 PDT
Message Dave,

>> The TortoiseSVN installer does include msvcp90.dll--it goes in the side-by-side directory ...<<

thanks for the hint. That copy does exist on my machine also. Explicitly using SubWCRev.exe is not (yet) within the scope of things I do. I suspect that from my point of view it operates, or is operated, behind the scenes. Thus all I can do to test this is remove my copy of msvcp90.dll again and run SubWCRev from the command line either without argument (which makes it display its help) or a garbage argument (a nonexistent working copy path, which creates an appropriate complaint). No complaint about the DLL missing. If the DLL is loaded already at this time, this would say it is found.

My WinDoctor copy is vintage 2006, and I suppose that it does not consider the side-by-side directories to be in the standard search path hierarchy for DLLs. According to NotePad, SubWCRev.exe does contain one reference to msvcp90.dll without any path attached, and no reference to any WinSxS directory.

Thanks, Jochen

Re: msvcp90.dll is missing

Author Dave Huang <khym at azeotrope dot org>
Full name Dave Huang <khym at azeotrope dot org>
Date 2011-05-09 10:33:48 PDT
Message On 5/9/2011 12:12 PM, Hans-Jochen Trost wrote:
> Last week, I installed TortoiseSVN, and so far have no problems. However, Symantec's Norton WinDoctor pointed out that the program SubWCRev.exe in C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin wants to use the library msvcp90.dll but would be unable to find it. I "stole" a copy from FireFox 4 and put it into the aforementioned directory, so I am all set. However, I suggest that the installation procedure should provide this file in an acceptable location, be it the local directory as I have chosen (and a few other programs on my machine have done also) or C:\Windows\system32 (as it is called on my Windows XP SP3 system).

I don't know how WinDoctor determined that, but it's wrong. The
TortoiseSVN installer does include msvcp90.dll--it goes in the
side-by-side directory
(C:\WINDOWS\WinSxS​\x86_Microsoft.VC90​.CRT_1fc8b3b9a1e18e3​b_9.0.30729.4148_x-w​w_d495ac4e
on my system), and SubWCRev is able to find it there without any problems.

msvcp90.dll is missing

Author hjtrost
Full name Hans-Jochen Trost
Date 2011-05-09 10:12:31 PDT
Message Last week, I installed TortoiseSVN, and so far have no problems. However, Symantec's Norton WinDoctor pointed out that the program SubWCRev.exe in C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin wants to use the library msvcp90.dll but would be unable to find it. I "stole" a copy from FireFox 4 and put it into the aforementioned directory, so I am all set. However, I suggest that the installation procedure should provide this file in an acceptable location, be it the local directory as I have chosen (and a few other programs on my machine have done also) or C:\Windows\system32 (as it is called on my Windows XP SP3 system).

Cheers, Jochen
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