Tutorial Fixes Missing msvcp110.dll Error on Windows 10

The msvcp110.dll error on Windows 10 is caused by your system not having a particular version of Microsoft Visual C++ installed. The error typically shows with Adobe software and prevents any program from launching that shows it.
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MSVCP110.dll Missing on Windows 10
MSVCP110.dll Missing on Windows 10
CHESTER, U.K. - Nov. 7, 2016 - PRLog -- Windows works by using something called Dynamic Link Library (DLL) files to help the system find libraries / information required to run. Every program on Windows uses these files to reference common functionality, such as displaying graphics or connecting to hardware. The more complicated the software, the higher likelihood it relies in a multitude of DLL files.

Often, a DLL file can become missing or corrupted, leading a program to not function. This has happened for your system in the case of msvcp110.dll - and is most evident with Adobe applications. If you are seeing the error, it generally means you don't have a particular "Microsoft Visual C++" package installed. Other potentialities include not having the file at all, or your antivirus / software having overwritten it.

A new tutorial has been released to showcase how to fix this error. The remedy is actually quite simple, even for someone with less computing experience. You either need to manually replace the file, or automatically replace it by downloading the appropriate version of VC++ from Microsoft.

The tutorial opens with a synopsis of the error, explaining what the issue is. Since it's a very common issue, many people have sought remedies. It then explains that the first - and easiest - way to fix it is to download Microsoft Visual C++ 2012. You need to be specific with the "year" / "version" number of VC++ as it contains different files. The 2012 version works with Adobe products; other software may use different versions. All you need to do is download the installer from Microsoft, let it run and then restart your system. The error should have resolved.

If the error doesn't resolve, or you don't want to install VC++, you'll have to manually download msvcp110.dll from the Internet. This is risky as only third party websites provide this type of file - Microsoft just offers it through its VC++ redistributables. To do this, you need to search for "download msvcp110.dll" on Google, pick the website that seems most reliable and download the file. Once downloaded on your system, copy it and browse to C:/Windows/System32 and paste it. This folder is where Windows stores all its DLL files and is where it will look for this one. Once you've done that, restart your PC and try your applications again.

This error has been a problem for many people over the years, Windows 10 being the latest in a long line of Microsoft operating systems to suffer from it. Fortunately, the resolution is relatively simple and most people should be able to pull it off.

You can read the full tutorial on how to fix the msvcp110.dll error here:

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