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MSVCRIT.DLL

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I receive an error messege when starting WIN95 missing required DLL.  The library is MSVCRIT.DLL.
Where does it go, what program is it associated with and where do I get a copy?

any help would be greatly appreciated.
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If it MSVCIRT.DLL ( not MSVCRIT.DLL ) i can send it to You via e-mail.
It's a one of the standard VC++ run-time DLLs.
And You can find it on the Net bye Archie.
( or mail me to pangofil@aebeard.technion.ac.il and i'll replay with the file attached ).
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