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msvcr110.dll is a part of Microsoft Visual C++ 11 and is required to run programs developed with Visual C++.
Some games or applications may need the file in the game/application installation folder. Copying it from Windows systemfolder to the install-folder of the game/application should fix that problem. Make sure to use the 32bit dll-files for 32bit software, and 64bit dll-file for 64bit software.
Possible errormessages regarding this file:
"msvcr110.dll Not Found"'
"The file msvcr110.dll is missing"
"File msvcr110.dll not found"
"msvcr110.dll not found. Reinstalling might help fix this."
If it for some reason doesn't work by just replacing the file, you might need to reinstall the Microsoft visual C++ 2012 Redistributable package which can be found here:
x86 for 32bit (x86) Windows, x64 for 64bit (x64) Windows. If using a 64bit Windows, install both.
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Wamp Server - When installing wampserver (or wampserver2) the error typically appears as wamp auto-launches after installation. The problem is that the compatible dll is not included in installation. Choose either version 11.0.51106.1 (32-bit) or 11.0.51106.1 (64-bit) depending on which system type your machine is running (32-bit/64-bit) and place in the wampserver install folder (same directory where the .exe is located).
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