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atc-software Euroscope 3.2 dll issue

Richard Williams

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Richard Williams

For some reason, on both of my Macs (bootcamped with Win7 32bit), Euroscope would fail with this error:


c:program filesEuroscopemfc100.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system administrator or software vendor for support.


It seemed to install fine on my desktop (Win 7 64) at work,but on neither my iMac at work or my Macbook at home. However this problem may not be limited to Macbooks that are boot camped.


The fix is quite simple - ensure you have the latest version of the MS C++ 2010 Redistributable installed. Then rename or delete these files from your C:program filesEuroscope folder:






This, I surmise, forces Euroscope to use the versions available in the System32 folder, and the program starts up.


I have forwarded this to Gergely, but I thought I'd post it here in case anyone else had the same problem :)

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