And again it's Ken. Note: I don't have this problem if I use Windows
Internet Explorer. But I prefer to use SM.
- Ken in Oz
Ken again. I found out how to use Windows System File Checker and was
instructed to run my Windows XP installation disk. But the problem
I am still being told:
Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
Program: C:\Program Files\mozilla.org\SeaMonkey\seamonkey.exe
An application has made an attempt to load the C runtime library
incorrectly. Please contact the application's support team for more
I have already visited a Windows XP forum, where I learnt how to use the
Windows System File Checker commands.
I am using the nice-and-stable SM 1.1.11
What should be my next move, anyone, please?
- Ken in Oz
What do I do about this message: Runtime Error! Program:
It concerns Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library, I gather.
So, find the broken library and replace it.
Thanks Jeff. I see reference to a Windows System File Checker
(Sfc.exe) which uses command lines in conjunction with the Windows
File Protection (WFP) feature.
I have Windows XP Home. How do I actually use these command lines?
Type them somewhere, I guess. But where?
Thanks - Ken in Oz
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