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I''m having trouble switching to the Multithreaded, static (or dynamic) link library. I seem to be using the MSVCIRTD.LIB instead of MSVCIRT.LIB when compiling (in Visual C++ 6). I''ve tried adding MSVCIRTD.LIB to the project and the command line, i''ve tried switching off default libraries and using the /MT and /MD flag for the compiler. I''ve of course also chosed the runtime configuration (not debug). When I try to run my (multithreaded) program on another computer it wants the file MSVCIRTD.DLL. Anyone else experienced this problem? Any Solutions? .Pangplast

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try using depends, the dependency walker tool, to tell you which module requires that dll, just in case it''s not one of yours (could be from a 3 party lib your using?)

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1: you shouldn''t be using msvcirt at all - it has the obsolete <iostream.h> implementation. use msvcprt for the standard c++ streams found in <iostream>.

2: use /nod:msvcirtd.lib linker option to prevent linking to this library.

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