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PalmVx & the MSVCIRT.DLL

By gerritstan ·
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anybody have a problem with the PalmVx Desktop software load.
I'm getting "the MSVCIRT.DLL fileis linked to missing export MSVCRT.DLL:??_UaYAPAXIaZ"

I've tried several actions, (re-install, download from Palm), but nothing is changing this error message for starting the program.

Anyone suggest anything?

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Here's the solution for a MSVCRIT.DLL er

by gerritstan In reply to PalmVx & the MSVCIRT.DLL

In case anybody checks in on this here's what I found to fix my problem.

1.From Start, go to Run, type "sfc" (without
quotation marks) in the Open box, and then click OK.
2.This will open the System File Checker tool.
3.Choose Scan for altered files, and Click the Start button.
4.If there is not an error message that pops up after the scan, skip to the end.
5.Select the Extract one file from installation disk option and then enter the corrupt file name: MSVCIRT.DLL in the
box under this option.
6.Click the Start button, input the source folder (default is the Windows 98 CD's Win98 folder) in the Restore from box, and input the c in the Save file in box, and then press OK.
7.Use the Windows 98 Startup disk to boot the
system.
8.At the command mode, copy the file to the
corresponding folder (c:\windows\system) and replace the corrupt file.

perform a system file check again.
1.From Start, go to Run, type "sfc" (without
quotation marks) in the Open box, and then click OK.
2.This will open the System File Checker tool.
3.Choose Scan for altered files, and Click the Start button.
4.If there is not an error message that pops up after the scan, skip to the end.
5.Select the Extract one file from installationdisk option and then enter the corrupt file name: MSVCRT.DLL in the box
under this option.
6.Click the Start button, input the source folder(default is the Windows 98 CD's Win98 folder) in the Restore from box,and input the c in the Save file inbox, and then press OK.
7.Use the Windows 98 Startup disk to boot the
system.
8.At the command mode, copy the file to the
corresponding folder (c:\windows\system) and replace the corrupt file.

As long as you know the name of problem filesyou might be able to use this same process to fix others as well........

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