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Can not launch iphlpapi.dll

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I am installing a proxy software-ccproxy.
When Its starting, it pop up a dialog reading "Can not launch iphlpapi.dll"
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This DLL is installed as part of several Microsoft applications, most notably Internet Explorer. If you do not have Internet Explorer installed, or you do not have version 5.0 or greater, please install the latest version. If you have previously installed Internet Explorer 5.0 or above and still receive this error, you may have performed a minimal installation which does not install this DLL. To install the DLL:

Go to Add/Remove programs control panel, select Internet Explorer and click on the Add/Remove button.  

Select Add a Component from the subsequent window and then OK.  

In the Component Options window under Internet Explorer, select Offline Browsing Pack.  

Click on Next and follow the instructions to complete the installation.
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