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This program can't start because MSVCR120_CLR0400.dll is missing
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I've gotten this error every time I open DVD Profiler. Now, once I click OK, DVDP starts up just fine and seems to be working. But has anyone encountered this kind of thing before? I had gotten a similar error message the other day but relating to Adobe as well (different .dll I believe).
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I've gotten this error every time I open DVD Profiler. Now, once I click OK, DVDP starts up just fine and seems to be working. But has anyone encountered this kind of thing before? I had gotten a similar error message the other day but relating to Adobe as well (different .dll I believe).

From a Google search, maybe this?
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Not sure. I had tried other solutions to no avail. However, I decided to use system restore as there was another software that didn't work at all and something in the last Windows Update made it unusable. Now that one is working; still need to try DVDP, however.
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