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The msvcr80.dll file is a module connected to "Microsoft Visual Studio 2005". In order for "Microsoft Visual Studio 2005" to function properly the msvcr80.dll is needed. The file is also used by applications that in some way are connected or authored by "Microsoft Visual Studio 2005".
The most common occurring error messages caused by problems with msvcr80.dll:
• "Msvcr80.dll Not Found."
• "This application failed to start because msvcr80.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem."
• "Cannot find [PATH]\msvcr80.dll."
• "The file msvcr80.dll is missing."
• "Cannot start [APPLICATION]. A required component is missing: msvcr80.dll. Please install [APPLICATION] again."
Errors related to msvcr80.dll can arise from many different situations. For instance a faulty application, deleted or moved file, malware or damaged registry.
Errors related to the msvcr80.dll file can possibly occur in all of the different versions of "Microsoft Windows" operating systems. The universal solution is to download and re-install a new copy of the msvcr80.dll file.
24/01/2014 A recent iTunes update has caused errors related to this file. For some, simply replacing it has worked, which can easily be done with our Fixer software. For many a complete uninstall/reinstall of all Apple products has solved the issue. A definite solution has not yet been proposed by Apple. We will try to update this with fresh info as soon as we get it! Regards - DLL-Files.com Support
29/01/2014 Apple have come out with an official suggested solution to the iTunes update error, related to msvcr80.dll, which is largely similar to what we have proposed earlier. Uninstall all Apple components and then reinstall iTunes. In addition, some have found that removing the specific file QTMovie.dll from the iTunes folder prior to uninstall helps. Complete post available here: http://support.apple.com/kb/TS5376 Regards - DLL-Files.com Support
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