Missing MSVCR80.DLL Issues

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Steve Dodson [MSFT]

If you are seeing an error message stating MSVCR80.DLL is missing, please
delete c:\program files\windows defender\MSASCui.exe.manifest and let me
know if this resolves the issue

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-steve

Steve Dodson [MSFT]
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Steve Dodson [MSFT]

Thanks for reposting!

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Bitman said:
Steve,

We've had one of these over in the OneCare Antispyware forum and this fix
worked.

http://forums.microsoft.com/WindowsOneCare/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=359977&SiteID=2

Bitman (OCB)

Steve Dodson said:
If you are seeing an error message stating MSVCR80.DLL is missing, please
delete c:\program files\windows defender\MSASCui.exe.manifest and let me
know if this resolves the issue

--
-steve

Steve Dodson [MSFT]
Windows Defender Beta Lead
MCSE, CISSP
http://blogs.technet.com/stevedod
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Guest

how do i delete the file you noted below? send email to (e-mail address removed)
with instructions please!!! thanks kim west
 
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Steve Dodson [MSFT]

start -> run -> c:
Press Enter
Browse to c:\ program files
then Windows Defender
Left Click on MSASCui.exe.manifest and press the delete key on your keyboard
Select yes to delete the file.

--
-steve

Steve Dodson [MSFT]
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MCSE, CISSP
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kimiw said:
how do i delete the file you noted below? send email to (e-mail address removed)
with instructions please!!! thanks kim west

Steve Dodson said:
If you are seeing an error message stating MSVCR80.DLL is missing, please
delete c:\program files\windows defender\MSASCui.exe.manifest and let me
know if this resolves the issue

--
-steve

Steve Dodson [MSFT]
Windows Defender Beta Lead
MCSE, CISSP
http://blogs.technet.com/stevedod
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Guest

thanks alot!!! if you dont hear from me it worked!!!!!!!!!!!

Steve Dodson said:
start -> run -> c:
Press Enter
Browse to c:\ program files
then Windows Defender
Left Click on MSASCui.exe.manifest and press the delete key on your keyboard
Select yes to delete the file.

--
-steve

Steve Dodson [MSFT]
Windows Defender Beta Lead
MCSE, CISSP
http://blogs.technet.com/stevedod
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kimiw said:
how do i delete the file you noted below? send email to (e-mail address removed)
with instructions please!!! thanks kim west

Steve Dodson said:
If you are seeing an error message stating MSVCR80.DLL is missing, please
delete c:\program files\windows defender\MSASCui.exe.manifest and let me
know if this resolves the issue

--
-steve

Steve Dodson [MSFT]
Windows Defender Beta Lead
MCSE, CISSP
http://blogs.technet.com/stevedod
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DragoIII

I found that MSVCR80.DLL is not actually missing; it is not where the
program is trying to find it. I did a search of the C: drive and found it.
I then I copied and pasted it to the C:\Windows\System 32 folder with the
other dll files and I had no problem since as that is where alot of programs
are looking for it.
 
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CLARENCER

kimiw said:
thanks alot!!! if you dont hear from me it worked!!!!!!!!!!!

Steve Dodson said:
start -> run -> c:
Press Enter
Browse to c:\ program files
then Windows Defender
Left Click on MSASCui.exe.manifest and press the delete key on your keyboard
Select yes to delete the file.

--
-steve

Steve Dodson [MSFT]
Windows Defender Beta Lead
MCSE, CISSP
http://blogs.technet.com/stevedod
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kimiw said:
how do i delete the file you noted below? send email to (e-mail address removed)
with instructions please!!! thanks kim west

:

If you are seeing an error message stating MSVCR80.DLL is missing, please
delete c:\program files\windows defender\MSASCui.exe.manifest and let me
know if this resolves the issue

--
-steve

Steve Dodson [MSFT]
Windows Defender Beta Lead
MCSE, CISSP
http://blogs.technet.com/stevedod
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Bill Sanderson

You are replying to a VERY old message relating to a beta version of Windows
Defender.

Extrapolating from this advice to anything happening now is unlikely to
prove helpful, I think.


CLARENCER said:
kimiw said:
thanks alot!!! if you dont hear from me it worked!!!!!!!!!!!

Steve Dodson said:
start -> run -> c:
Press Enter
Browse to c:\ program files
then Windows Defender
Left Click on MSASCui.exe.manifest and press the delete key on your
keyboard
Select yes to delete the file.

--
-steve

Steve Dodson [MSFT]
Windows Defender Beta Lead
MCSE, CISSP
http://blogs.technet.com/stevedod
--

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how do i delete the file you noted below? send email to
(e-mail address removed)
with instructions please!!! thanks kim west

:

If you are seeing an error message stating MSVCR80.DLL is missing,
please
delete c:\program files\windows defender\MSASCui.exe.manifest and
let me
know if this resolves the issue

--
-steve

Steve Dodson [MSFT]
Windows Defender Beta Lead
MCSE, CISSP
http://blogs.technet.com/stevedod
--

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fjrmitch

Steve Dodson said:
If you are seeing an error message stating MSVCR80.DLL is missing, please
delete c:\program files\windows defender\MSASCui.exe.manifest and let me
know if this resolves the issue

--
-steve

Steve Dodson [MSFT]
Windows Defender Beta Lead
MCSE, CISSP
http://blogs.technet.com/stevedod
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Steve,
I have the repetitive error message (missing MSVCR80.DLL) but I can not find
the Defender file in on my system. I'm using Office Enterprise 2007, would
this make a difference?
 

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