Cannot locate the Microsoft Visual Fox Pro support library.

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Greeting to all techyv guys, My topic here is about Visual Fox Pro, I encountered an error that says Cannot locate the Microsoft Visual Fox Pro support library, this error message came about when I try to run an application build from Visual Fox.

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Cannot locate the Microsoft Visual Fox Pro support library.

As I am analyzing the error message above, it seems there is a missing file that I forgot to copy, this error begun when I copied an application from one computer to another, this applications runs smoothly from where I copied it, but when I copied to another computer it will not run, please share some comment to my issue.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #123525

Cannot locate the Microsoft Visual Fox Pro support library.

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Hello,

Probably your computer doesn't have the appropriate DLL's, because the application is programmed with an older or newer version of Microsoft Visual FoxPro than your machine.

I don't know what version did you used to create the program, so I don't know what are the necessary DLL's, but try to put the vfp7r.dll, vfp7enu.dll and the vpr7renu.dll in the same folder as the application.

Download DLL from:

http://fox.wikis.com/wc.dll?Wiki~VFP7RuntimeFiles (this if the application is made by VFP7)

Or http://fox.wikis.com/wc.dll?Wiki~VFP8RuntimeFiles (this if the application is made by VFP8)

Or http://fox.wikis.com/wc.dll?Wiki~VFP9RuntimeFiles (this if the application is made by VFP9)

Hope it works for you.

Answered By 0 points N/A #123526

Cannot locate the Microsoft Visual Fox Pro support library.

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Hello Jane,

There are some DLLs that are necessary and it is most probable that they are missing, and therefore you will need to ensure that you have included them.

The following are the necessary DLLs that are needed for Visual FoxPro to run: vfp7r.dll, vfp7enu.dll as well as vpr7renu.dl.

Just include them, and after that you can go ahead and try running the application build from Visual Fox. It should execute without an issue this time round.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Carl

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