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I'm trying to install Sqldeveloper but receive the following.

The program can't start because Msvcrt71.dll is missing.

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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You need the C++ redistributable runtime.

Now the 'magic' is finding the correct one for that version of SQL Developer.

I would start with the 2010 version and work from there.

Here is the 2010 version for 32Bit:
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=5555
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Send your environment variables and your install log please.  BTW this is normally a client install if one has a multi-user shop.

Free reminder, ensure your TNS_ADMIN points to the folder for TNSNAMES.ORA if you intend to use TNS pathing.
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Hi, what is the exact error message that you get? The issue could be related to the JDK that you have installed (32/64bit).  You could also try to run the Sql Developer that has a bundled Java with it, which one did you download?

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It seems that bundled versions are no longer available. So JDK7 is required (separate download) for Oracle SQL Developer 4.0 (4.0.0.13.80).
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by:Anthony Perkins
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Is this a Oracle or SQL Server question?
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Issue resolved: I downloaded Msvcrt71.dll and was able to install SQL.  Thanks for the posts.
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