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erncas
Missing program files associated with Quicken and .NET Framework...mfc80.dll, msvcp80.dll, and msvcr80.dll...Norton WinDoctor found 21 cannot find a necessary file issues...I'm running Windows XP Home with all updates current...
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    HAL 9000 Moderator

    Norton's System works finding missing files isn't all that uncommon and quite often mean nothing particularly if the applications are working.

    If you have downloaded the .Net Framework 2 that could be part of the reason as most times it doesn't install properly on XP so there will be some missing files there but as the .Net Framework 1 is running there is no problem. As for the Quicken if the application is still running there is a error in the Registry pointing to a .DLL that isn't required by this program and Norton's Win Doctor is unable to fix this as there is nothing to link the Registry Entry to so provided that it's working I wouldn't worry about it.

    However if the Quicken Program is not working you'll need to reinstall it. You can also expect to see Missing Files with Norton's and XP when you install IE7 it's just the way that the system works.

    Col

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    erncas

    Quicken seems to be OK, Don't know how to check out .NET, but, Outlook contacts can't be brought up...
    The Outlook menu is messed up...It opens with calender instead of inbox and when I click on contacts, it jumps to notes...I also installed Windows OneStep before the Outlook problem showed up...I un-installed the whole Office program until I deal with the Norton/.dll notice...

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    Sue T

    This is a known problem with Norton WinDoc and you can just ignore those errors. I got this info on Symantecs website when I first ran into this problem over a year ago.

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    rocksolidpower

    Here is the fix ... this eliminates the unhappy Norton WinDoctor!

    Copy/paste each of these three files -- msvcm80.dll, msvcp80.dll, msvcr80.dll -- located in to the folder c:\windows\WinnSxS\x86_Microsoft.VC80.CRT -- into c:\windows\system.

    Also Copy/paste file -- mfc80.dll -- located in to the folder c:\windows\WinnSxS\x86_Microsoft.VC80.MFC -- into c:\windows\system.

    This should solve your Norton problem. Peace.

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    portable

    I did a google search on this problem and found your reply. Problem's Gone!

    Thanks again.

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    elia.sinaiko

    Thanks for the solution. Yes, I know I could just ignore the WinDoctor errors, but that goes against my obsessive nature. I noticed that a lot of registry cleaners, claiming to be free but really not free, claimed to solve this problem. But in fact they don't solve it at all. RegCure is a good example of one of these false claims.

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    HAL 9000 Moderator

    Norton's System works finding missing files isn't all that uncommon and quite often mean nothing particularly if the applications are working.

    If you have downloaded the .Net Framework 2 that could be part of the reason as most times it doesn't install properly on XP so there will be some missing files there but as the .Net Framework 1 is running there is no problem. As for the Quicken if the application is still running there is a error in the Registry pointing to a .DLL that isn't required by this program and Norton's Win Doctor is unable to fix this as there is nothing to link the Registry Entry to so provided that it's working I wouldn't worry about it.

    However if the Quicken Program is not working you'll need to reinstall it. You can also expect to see Missing Files with Norton's and XP when you install IE7 it's just the way that the system works.

    Col

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    erncas

    Quicken seems to be OK, Don't know how to check out .NET, but, Outlook contacts can't be brought up...
    The Outlook menu is messed up...It opens with calender instead of inbox and when I click on contacts, it jumps to notes...I also installed Windows OneStep before the Outlook problem showed up...I un-installed the whole Office program until I deal with the Norton/.dll notice...

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    Sue T

    This is a known problem with Norton WinDoc and you can just ignore those errors. I got this info on Symantecs website when I first ran into this problem over a year ago.

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    rocksolidpower

    Here is the fix ... this eliminates the unhappy Norton WinDoctor!

    Copy/paste each of these three files -- msvcm80.dll, msvcp80.dll, msvcr80.dll -- located in to the folder c:\windows\WinnSxS\x86_Microsoft.VC80.CRT -- into c:\windows\system.

    Also Copy/paste file -- mfc80.dll -- located in to the folder c:\windows\WinnSxS\x86_Microsoft.VC80.MFC -- into c:\windows\system.

    This should solve your Norton problem. Peace.

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    portable

    I did a google search on this problem and found your reply. Problem's Gone!

    Thanks again.

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    elia.sinaiko

    Thanks for the solution. Yes, I know I could just ignore the WinDoctor errors, but that goes against my obsessive nature. I noticed that a lot of registry cleaners, claiming to be free but really not free, claimed to solve this problem. But in fact they don't solve it at all. RegCure is a good example of one of these false claims.