Fixing Mfc30 Dll Windows 7 Safe Error

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I have a previous program, Edmark Thinkin ‘Things One (for Windows 95), that I would like to install with XP on my laptop, but it says the file is missing the file mfc30. Dll windows 7. How can I fix it?

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Fixing Mfc30 Dll Windows 7 Safe Error

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I received one from a Windows 95 CD and downloaded the compressed version (mfc30.dl_) and the enlarged version (mfc30.dll) on my SkyDrive drive (all contain a SkyDrive drive for file sharing). I do not understand where to go or what you want to try. Maybe putting it in the folder c: \ windows \ system32 or XP could give you a hint about the annoying message. Use this link for your needs. If you see the files on the market for transfer, the file extension (.exe, .dll, .cpl, .sys, .zip, etc.) will not display the correct extension.

If you transfer the file (especially if you use Web Explorer), your browser will not be able to save the file with the appropriate leveler extension (for example, EXE, DLL, CPL, SYS) as soon as you have the option to copy most of the file. save, .zip, etc.), so you can manually add the appropriate extension to the file as soon as you transfer the file before setting it aside. You can transfer the file without extension. Rename the file to have the correct extension. You do not need to use a file called mfc30 if the name of the file should be called extremely mfc30.dll (if the downloaded file does not have an extension, you can change the filename to get it a correct extension.

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