Graphics | DLL's For Graphic Programs

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  1. NICK ADSL UK

    NICK ADSL UK Administrator

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    There are 5 different DLL files needed to run most filter/plugins/add ons with your graphics program that are NOT always installed or are not located in the proper folder for your operating system.

    MSVCRT10.DLL
    msvcrt20.dll
    Msvcrt40.dll
    msvcrt.dll
    plugin.dll

    If after installing a plugin/filter AND once you have restarted your graphics program you get a message saying your program is unable to load it, place the above listed DLL's from the zip file as follows:


    Windows98: All DLL's go in C:\Windows\System

    WindowsME: Plugin.dll goes in your C:\Windows folder AND into your graphics program plugins folder. Msvcrt10.dll goes in your C:\Windows\System folder.

    Windows2000: All DLL's go in C:\WINNT\System32

    WindowsXP: All DLL's go in C:\Windows\System32

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  2. Infinity

    Infinity Registered Member

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    Thanx for the heads up Nick
     
  3. Uguel707

    Uguel707 Graphic Artist

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    I was looking for that thread and finally found it.
    It is a very convenient one for graphic users. :)

    PSP or Photoshop users....


    if you get many error report windows each time you try to apply
    a filter, this might be a missing DLL file that might be the cause. When it
    happens, a window pops up and it says that there is an error because of
    a missing DLL that could not be found (or is missing) and generallly there is
    a quite long number following that message.

    So if most of your filters don't work, it might be a missing DLL file.
    Before installing a new file, you might have a look at the folder
    in C:\Windows\System folder and see if you have those DLL files
    or not. Then you can add the ones that are missing only. ;)


    Duplicated DLL files are not good for the system. :(
    So you must look or browse carefully into the folder to see if you
    already have them before installing any new DLL files. ;)
     
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