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I’m wondering which version of Visual Studio the lib files for VS users were built under.

I am getting a message box now (with my program built under VS 7.1) that says "This application has failed to start because MSVCR70.dll was not found."

Is this a error on my end? Should I have that dll even with VS v7.1? I am thinking that I need to have VS v7.0 installed in order for me to have that dll file and that those lib files were built with 7.0 and so its trying to load the 7.0 dll and I dont have it so it fails.

Thanks,
Kyle

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the dll fmod uses is MSVCRT.DLL so it is probably a configuration issue with your program.

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Is there a reason why fmod is built with VC 7.0 and not VC 7.1?

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I’m getting the exact same problem now myself.

I’m wondering if there was ever any more information regarding this problem or per chance a resolution?

Any idea why it would try to use MSVCR70.DLL rather than MSVCRT.DLL?

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FMOD doesn’t link to MSVCR70.DLL, it links to MSVCRT.DLL. You can verify this by using a dll dependency viewer tool. Your problem must lie elsewhere.

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FMOD isn’t even built with msvc7 it is built with msvc6.

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