troubleshooting Question

64 bit zlib pre compiled libraries

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hi,

how can i get the pre compiled version of the zlib.lib (64 bit) ?

i am able to get the pre compiled version of 32 bit from the website (http://www.zlib.net/)

stating
"
zlib compiled DLL, version 1.2.8, zipfile format (139K, MD5 checksum 42eccc2af5bac6b7a1188d7817d03549):
 US (zlib.net)
 Pick a mirror (prdownloads.sourceforge.net)
"


as i did not found any 64 bit pre compiled .lib and dll


i then download the version 1.2.8 and compiled all 64 bit (tried all builds without asm, lib, dll,static,release etc...)


i am getting two errors
(the sample test application provided with 1.2.8 is also giving same errors)

 1. msvcr90.dll missing

 2. when i supply the missing dll then the application get crashed stating

for details have a look at the attached files.

   "The application is unable to start correctly (0xc000007b)". click ok to close the application.


 i am using visual studio 2008 and my requirement is to use the mfc dll as static in my project.


 Please suggest
 
 how can i get the 64 bit version of pre compiled zlib.lib and zlib.dll
 
 or
 
 what changes i need to do to have the compiled 64 bit .lib and .dll without any error.
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