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No sysWOW64 on my Win 10 64-bit laptop. Any help?


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#1 Stennu453

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Posted 26 February 2017 - 01:35 PM

Im trying to play some games but they require MSVCR100.dll. Since I downloaded the file it still says that the file doesnt excist. So I learned from a certain tutorial that I need to copy the MSVCR100.dll file to sysWOW64. I started looking for it but never found it. And I also checked that if I have a 64-bit computer and I do. Please help.

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#2 JohnC_21

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Posted 26 February 2017 - 01:41 PM

SysWow64 should be in your Windows folder. It's possible it was marked as hidden or a system file. Make sure you have show hidden and system files enabled.

 

Just to be sure open a command prompt and type the following command. It will return 32bit or 64bit

wmic os get osarchitecture


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Posted 26 February 2017 - 02:04 PM

Im trying to play some games but they require MSVCR100.dll. Since I downloaded the file it still says that the file doesnt excist. So I learned from a certain tutorial that I need to copy the MSVCR100.dll file to sysWOW64. I started looking for it but never found it. And I also checked that if I have a 64-bit computer and I do. Please help.

msvcr100.dll is Microsof C Runtime Library file, such a files are many with the same name, but files itself are different and it depends, which program uses it. It is also available in several program packets.
  • One thing, You can do a lot of damage, if You copy wrong msvcr100.dll into the wrong place. 





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