Installing a new program may cause many problems, especially with the missing .dll files. Some users who upgrade their systems to Windows 10 encounter a problem: the MSVCR100.dll file is missing from their PCs.

MSVCR100.dll, which is a Microsoft Visual C++ file, is required by apps with Visual C++. If this issue occurs to you, following are 3 methods that can help you solve it in Windows 10. Let’s check out now!

Method 1:

Step 1: Go to the DLL-Files website and tap on the Download Zip File button in the right-hand column. Select the version that is appropriate to your system: 32-bit or 64-bit.

Step 2: After downloading the file, you need to unzip it by double-clicking on it.

Step 3: Extract the file msvcr100.dll to you the C:WindowsSystem32 folder. If your system runs 64-bit Windows, copy the file to C:WindowsSysWOW64.

There are some solutions for the MSVCR100.dll error in Windows 10.

Step 4: Open the program that caused the error, and it should run now. If it still asks for the same file, you should try rebooting your PC. However, if that does not fix the problem, you can try copying msvcr100.dll to the program’s installation folder in C:Program Files or C:Program Files (x86).

Method 2: 

You can use the SFC command to fix the missing file.

Step 1: Press the Windows Key + X and select Command Prompt (Admin)

Step 2: Copy and paste the following command and hit Enter: sfc /scannow

Scan Windows will fix DLL related registry errors.

Method 3:

Another way to fix the MSVCR100.dll is downloading and installing Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable. This method has solved the problem for the most of people.

Step 1: Go to the Visual C++ Redistributable Packages download page and click Download button

Step 2: Depending on your computer’s processor architecture, choose to download a x86 version or a x64 version

Step 3: Install the package

Step 4: Restart your PC and see if the error should be solved

That’s it! Hope these solutions work for you. If you have any problems with your Windows 10 PC, please give comments below.


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