MSVCP100 Dll Error Fix

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MSVCP100.dll is a system file used in Windows 7 operating system. It is a Dynamic Link Library (DLL) type of file which is used to extract the application resources at the runtime of third party programs.

An error may appear related to this file. The full description of the error is "The program can not start because MSVCP100.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem." This error may appear at the time a program is crashed at its initiation stage.

Solutions:

1. Reinstall the Associated Program
2. Reinstall Microsoft Visual C ++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x64)
3. Repair Corrupted Registry Hives
4. Scan and Repair the System Files
5. Restore the System to an Earlier Date

Reinstall the Associated Program

A program associated with this file may crash at its startup if that file is not found on your computer. In such a case, reinstall the associated program to resolve the problem.

1. Click Start | Control Panel.
2. Click Programs | Uninstall a Program.
3. Select the crashing program
4. Click Uninstall button to initialize the uninstall wizard.
5. Follow the on screen instructions.
6. Reboot the machine after it has been successfully uninstalled.
7. Run the setup program to reinstall it on your machine.

Reinstall Microsoft Visual C ++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x64)

MSVCP100.dll is a part of the Microsoft Visual C ++ 2010 Redistributable 64 bit Package. For resolving the error, you need to reinstall the whole package. You can download it for free from Microsoft website.

Note: Although some websites let you download the file for free, I do not personally recommend it. Because there might be some sources providing spyware or malware files rather than the original file.

Repair Corrupted Registry Hives

Windows Registry should always contain the information in a systematic and structural basis. Obsolete registry entries, invalid data in the registry may result in MSVCP100.dll error. That is why, scanning and repairing the registry is recommended.

Scan and Repair the System Files

System File Checker (SFC) may detect non existence of the file and reinstall the file itself. To run a system file scan, insert the Microsoft Windows installation disc first. Then, click Start | Run, and type SFC / ScanNow, and press ENTER.

Restore the System to an Earlier Date

Restore the system to an earlier state using System Restore tool. It may fix the MSVCP100.dll error by restoring the state of your registry and versions of the system files.

1. Click Start | All Programs | Accessories System Tools | System Restore.
2. Click Next button.
3. Select a system restore point.
4. Click Next button.
5. Follow the on screen instructions.

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