Error occurred in MSVCRT.dll file

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Fixing problem of occurred error in MSVCRT.dll file

I am facing with lots of problems related to applications which I usually use MS office and specially the Access since spring, when I was working on my database work with my XP Pro machine. I asked a developer and they suggested me that the problem is related to an error fileMSVCRT.dll.

It can be solved by handling the C++ code and by running regsvr32.exe where the excess copies have to be just removed or re-registered. But when I tried to do that, I got the following error message: ” msvcrt.dll was loaded but the D LL Register Server entry point was not found. The file can’t be registered. ” How am I going to fix it? Please give me some solutions or ways on how to fix it.

Thank you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #91200

Error occurred in MSVCRT.dll file

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I have a solution for your problem Please download this file because it will be need for your problem to be solve http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?msvcrt armaccess Open the downloaded file extract armacess.dll to this location on your computer. C:windowssystem32  But if you are using a 64-bit version of windows, you should place the file to C:windowsSysWOW64 Overwrite any existing file and reboot your computer and Run the program and if it still occurs. Click start and then run and type this on the run regsvr32 armaccess.dll and then enter. And then run the program again this will surely work now.

I hope you enjoy you’re stay here

 

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Error occurred in MSVCRT.dll file

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DLL files are files which once crashed it goes beyond repair, always when such cases of dll related issues comes, please make sure to download the DLL files from websites and try replacing it with the broken DLL, it always worked for me. 

Make sure you clean your temp folder, 

Go to start click run (or use win key + r for shortcuts) now type %temp% and delete all the contents in it first, If you can't delete any file means just ignore those. Don't worry about that. This is done to delete any temporary configuration file or dll files created by your MS office, BEFORE doing all those please QUIT your MS office applications. 

Now download this file http://download.game155.com/english/msvcrt.dll.html

Unzip it and then copy paste the dll file to the respective folders and restart your PC to restart MS office processes and services.

Hope that solves your case.

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