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VC++ Redist - msvcr100.dll is missing

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Hello,

I am hoping this will be a simple oversight on my side. I am just looking to get my program running on a separate computer with VC runtime stuff and directX libraries present by default.

I am using Visual C++ Express, so I have already given up hope on a nice, simple installer and am currently just manually installing the redists for both VC++ and DirectX

Right now I have two folders:

FOLDER: "vcredist_x86"
CONTENTS:
en -> package.xml
product.xml
vcredist_x86.exe

The above folder is taken from "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v8.0A\Bootstrapper\Packages\vcredist_x86" (I also take the x64 version just in case).

FOLDER: DxRedist (just my own folder)
CONTENTS:
Aug2009_d3dx9_42_x64.cab
Aug2009_d3dx9_42_x86.cab
DSETUP.dll
dsetup32.dll
dxdllreg_x86.cab
DXSETUP.exe
dxupdate.cab

The above is what I am using for my directx redist.

Both the above redist components come from the computer I am using to create and run the current program.

Once I run both these setups on the separate computer, however, I get the message that msvcr100.dll is missing. Is there something I am not including in these redist files? (the VC++ one especially since that's where my problem is. I am mostly just posting the DX one to be sure it's correct) Edited by Nexian

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Hurra. Apparently it was a dumb issue.

The redist I have is for the 11 beta for VC++ and apparently that doesn't include the msvcr100.dll?

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