Cannot locate the Microsoft Visual FoxPro support library

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Hi guys, I am posting here at techyv a problem I encountered while using an application build from fox pro, every time I get into a certain module this error I pasted below will pop up my screen.

Microsoft Visual FoxPro

Cannot locate the Microsoft Visual FoxPro support library.

This is error message is some what intermittent, sometime it goes and sometime not, what I mean not all the time I encounter this error, I checked my computer for some virus, I run a complete scan with my computer, a few virus was found but healed already, I am now asking for some comments on my issue, on what might be the cause of the error, thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #123793

Cannot locate the Microsoft Visual FoxPro support library

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First, make sure you have the following files copied to C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedVFP

vfp9t.dll
vfp9r.dll
VFP9RENU.DLL

For a complete breakdown of each file see:

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Cannot locate the Microsoft Visual FoxPro support library

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Maybe that’s the reason why your software irregularly goes up with an error. Maintaining your system to be virus free is very important especially for all the software that are presently installed. An infected system has a great impact on the computer’s applications not to mention its performance.

Viruses usually hide or stay on the hard drive’s System Volume Information folder which is located in the root of the drive. This is a hidden system folder so make some changes in the Folder Options of the Tools menu in Windows Explorer. To make this visible, select Show hidden files and folders and then uncheck Hide protected operating system files (Recommended).

If this is where the infection started or where the virus was detected, you can instantly disable any virus by disabling your system’s System Restore. You can do this by right clicking on My Computer then selecting Properties. Select the System Restore tab then put a check on Turn off System Restore on all drives and then hit Apply. You can also customize it by selecting only the drive where you want to turn off the System Restore. Click OK to close the window.

If Microsoft Visual FoxPro has become unstable due to the infection, try doing a clean installation on the program. Uninstall it then restart your computer when asked. After booting, check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. Install the software again then see if this fixes the problem. You may also try replacing your present antivirus for a much stronger protection.

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