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Olias
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Wayne, NJ

MSVCR80.dll Missing

Don't know how this happened. Now I can't get into iTunes. How can I get this back?
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CCat
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1 recommendation

Try here

»www.dll-files.com/dllindex/index-m.shtml

Select MSVCR80.dll...Look under How to install


Olias
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I found that and looked into it but my anti-virus program popped up. It also wants to scan my files. How safe is this?
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plencnerb
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Carpentersville, IL
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reply to Olias
How about doing a re-install of iTunes?


Dr Tweak

join:2004-09-23
Chesapeake, VA
reply to Olias
Uninstall then reinstall iTunes, ran into this issue yesterday on a clients computers, it seemed to be when iTunes tried to autoupdate something became corrupted.


seaman
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join:2000-12-08
Seattle, WA
reply to Olias
I'm hearing a steady stream of complaints about the latest iTunes update. Unfortunately, what you have encountered is not an isolated incident.


CCat
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reply to Olias
I just downloaded the zip file and extracted it, scanned both before and after. Nothing came up on AV..Using ESet 7.

Results from Virus Total.




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sbconslt

join:2009-07-28
Los Angeles, CA
reply to Olias


Olias
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Wayne, NJ
reply to CCat
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said by CCat:

Try here

»www.dll-files.com/dllindex/index-m.shtml

Select MSVCR80.dll...Look under How to install

Did what the instructions said. Even reinstalled iTunes. This popped up.
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auggy
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join:2001-12-24
Brockville, ON
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The issue may be the QTMovieWin.dll which can cause iTunes not to function properly such as here.

Try copying the QTMovieWin.dll in the c:\program files (x86)\common files\apple\apple application support folder to the c:\program files (x86)\iTunes folder

(If using 32-bit Windows the leave out the (x86) for the location)

If that does not work try what is suggested in the following link:

»discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-6562

rg13

join:2013-01-31
reply to Olias
I fixed this multiple times by uninstalling ALL iTunes/apple component programs and reinstalling iTunes. I removed bonjour, apple application support, apple mobile device support, iCloud, iTunes, etc. one occurrence I used the windows installer cleanup utility to remove apple application support and "\program files\common files\apple\apple application support"


Olias
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said by rg13:

I fixed this multiple times by uninstalling ALL iTunes/apple component programs and reinstalling iTunes. I removed bonjour, apple application support, apple mobile device support, iCloud, iTunes, etc. one occurrence I used the windows installer cleanup utility to remove apple application support and "\program files\common files\apple\apple application support"

After a few attempts I finally managed to get iTunes working properly. Thanks to everyone who put in their two cents.
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