General Discussion I know that is a horrible Title for this post, but I'm really not sure what to call it exactly. What did work was removing all versions of Visual C++ and the Origin client Rebooted Installed the Origin client which itself recognised that Visual C++ was missing and installed the relevant versions itself. . I did not go too deep into what my buddies son did or if he ever got it resolved on his? A GuyGuy, just a thing. The program is called B. Follow the suggestions listed below for a possible fix: Method 1: In order to fix the issue you may install the latest Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package and check if it helps.
Step 2: Download and install the latest package for the version of Windows Vista you are using and see if it helps. And when when I get this dll file, what on earth to do with it? If not, let us know and we can post them here for you. I assume you windows is activated and fully updated from Microsoft update?? Restart the system once the installation or repair is complete. The error message is different now. Which version of Windows Operating System are you using? I can play them from my other rig using the Steam Friends sharing and local network on this computer without the download. But otherwise the game is installed. I have uninstalled origin and all its games and reinstalled origin and I am still getting this error.
This problem was eventually fixed in Visual Studio 2012 Update 4. I extracted the zip file, and tried putting the dll file into every possible place it could go according to the instructions on that website, but Valley Benchmark still doesn't start. Hi Mayukh, In order to provide you with a quick resolution, please reply to these questions: 1. The email address for your Ubisoft account is currently: We have sent you an e-mail to enable you to verify your email address. Boy, I'll tell ya, there's always something going wrong. None of these links seem to work correctly--mine nor the ones above. Step 1: To uninstall the package: a.
However I am still getting the error. From the list, find Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package and click on it. Anyone know why this would be happening? This version is available directly from the Microsoft website to repair the file: 32 bits version: 64bits version: Download and install both the x86 and x64 versions. Any help will be appreciated. I don't know it sure seems like windows update would see your version is old and give you a service pack for that?? I think that was the name of the library. You just need to download that specific dll files from dll-files. For any further Windows related assistance, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help.
The left part of the window that opens when attaching files to an email is gone, as shown in the picture below. Note: If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type your password, or click Continue. If not, let us know and we can post them here for you. I don't know a trusted website I can download a dll from. You may install the latest Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package according to the. Instead of saying the msvcp100.
I followed all the suggestions re re-installing Visual C++ and none of the worked for me. We should all take meticulous notes on our systems, but the hands were too busy at the keyboard. Click Uninstall at the top of the list. Just wanted to check a new build. Right click on cmd in the Program list and then select the option Run as administrator. I tried installing but that doesn't work either. I have like 5 versions of C++ installed--from 2005 to 2012! I've used this in the past on other Win7 installs without problems.
Valley should have installed what it needed but not always on a fresh Windows install. Anyways, I'm trying to run a program for a game called Oblivion. If a message pops up stating that the versions are already installed, then instead choose the repair option. The program ran fine a couple. Verifying your email address also improves the security of your Ubisoft account, helps us provide you better support, and ensures you don't miss out on exclusive content, newsletters, and other special offers. Please read and follow the instructions provided to complete this process.
Also x64 version if it isn't already installed You could probably grab the runtimes by running the Windows updates as suggested above, too. Could you please help me out? The article where i fond the solution. Hi, You may uninstall any existing Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Package and install the latest Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package and check if it helps. Even for x64 system you gotta have the x32. Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Package for X86 Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable Packager for x64 Hi RahulR, You may perform a clean boot. Registering is only needed for ActiveX libraries, and the C++ runtime is not one of them, so it's not necessary, simply copying to both system's will suffice.
Have you made any changes on the computer prior to the issue? I eventually found the software and version that needed the missing library, uninstalled it, and probably got a later version. I'm pretty impressed at how good a Intel i3-4150 can run compared to my i5-2500K and i5-4670K comps. I think I only installed the x64 version for 2012. I think I installed the 2013, 2012 and 2010 redistributables. I tried googling to find this. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.