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MFC DEBUG DLLS??

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I recently d/l an emulator and in the readme it is said that this program requires mfc debug dlls. Where can I find these dlls? I don't have visual c++ installed.
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Tommy Hui earned 280 total points
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That's the only way you can get them. If you have the Visual C++ cd, you can search for mfc42d.dll on the CD and get that.
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Thanx but is that the only file needed, as the program says that required librar(ies) are missing.
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