Resolving program-specific errors can be easier than operating system related .dll errors. If very specific error messages like “vcruntime140.dll is missing” start to appear, you might be tempted to source the file online to fix it. Various DLL download sites exist, allowing you to quickly download the missing file to resolve the issue.
This happens with every version of Visual Studio, and the Runtime DLL is different for every version of Visual Studio. So, typically, if your application can find libgstreamer-1.0-0.dll, it will find the GStreamer plugins, as long as the installation folder structure is unmodified. If you do change this structure in your application, then you can use the GST_PLUGIN_PATH environment variable to point GStreamer to its plugins. The plugins are initially found at %GSTREAMER_ROOT_X86%\lib\gstreamer-1.0.
Once the Microsoft Visual C++ gets installed, the msvcr110.dll will also be ready on Windows 10. Go to Microsoft site, and then hit Download to get the package installed. Then click Scan to urge Driver Booster to find the corrupted, missing and faulty components. Follow the on-screen instructions, if any, to uninstall the app. Launch Apps & Features & search for Visual C++ by following Steps 1-3 of Method 1. CurrProcess utility displays the list of all processes currently running on your system.
The WiX Toolset provides a number of standard actions that are sufficient for most installers. If, however, you need more flexibility over the installation process the WiX toolset provides custom actions. When the computer starts Visual Studio, if I have selected AnyCPU, the software will decide whether to use the 32bit or 64bit version of the DLL. Yes, AnyCPU might work, but if I run the built application on another machine, with different setup, it might not work.
Run the installer as Administrator, wait for the Win10 stability warning then select the run anyway. I didn’t use the ini and stf, just followed the instructions above to manually bypass the known issues. Tried to install with VS6installer, but can not complete the installation. I get a “Visual Component Manager” “method of object failed” error when I try to load my app. Install it normally, not as an add-in of vb6.
The SFC utility could revert these changes at any time. You can unregister multiple dll files simply by selecting them in the upper pane, and then using the "Unregister Selected Files" option. However, this feature won't work on missing/corrupted files.