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Lindsay R
Posted on Sunday, July 8, 2001 - 3:53 pm:   

I recently trashed my AOL Instant Messenger, and now everytime I start my computer I get an error message "A required dll file is missing, OSCRES.DLL". I've been unable to download Instant Messenger again, and my Internet Explorer quits randomly now (says it's performed an illegal operation).
How can I retrieve this missing dll file?
V (Vera)
Posted on Sunday, July 8, 2001 - 4:57 pm:   

you don't say what OS or version IE you are using.
some starting points... if you use
1 - IE 5- go to control panel>add/remove programs/ double click IE5>select repair IE5

2- win98-go to start> programs >accessories > system tools > system information- up in the menu go to > tools and select > system file checker (and other tools) to see if these steps get you going again.

I've had problems with IE where AOL wouldn't touch it and MS wanted a fee to correct the problem. at the time i used win 95 and didn't have IE5 repair or system file checker. to correct the problem at that time i re-installed everything and that took care of it.
I have tried the repair tool for IE5 and it worked.
also you can try to re-install or revert to the previous install(if it will let you) of IE and then update it.
ummm...lets see what else
maybe these will help
Dave Wocks
Posted on Sunday, September 9, 2001 - 10:14 am:   

Hi there:
I received the W32.Sircam.Worm@mm virus from an e-mail. I went to where they led me to a site to download a worm killer. It worked great and everything is working properly on my computer. The only thing amiss is that when I reboot or start up, I get a message something like: Error starting program, missing .dll. cannot find VCL35.BPL. I don't know what it is or was. I've phoned people and asked them to search their machines for that file and no one has it.
Do you have any idea what it is.
Dave Wocks
Posted on Sunday, September 9, 2001 - 7:58 pm: is a link to download that file. copy it to your c:\windows\system folder.

i don't know what version you need of this, but i found reference to multimedia, and borland software.
Rick Huffman
Posted on Wednesday, November 28, 2001 - 10:21 am:   

My computer says that MXMVCC.DLL is missing. Where can I find it?
V (Vera)
Posted on Wednesday, November 28, 2001 - 5:25 pm:   

what operating system are you using?
is your system able to boot?
when does the error message happen?

just some questions
Posted on Thursday, November 29, 2001 - 12:00 am:   

i found 13 entries on the net for people looking for MXMVCC.DLL. i looked thru the posts and found that a copy of mavis beacon has it, which i happen to have a disk. i don't know what version you need, but this one is i'm emailing it to you, that is, if your e-mail link is correct.
John E Cummings
Posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2001 - 7:23 am:   

The MSVCP60.DLL File is linked to missing MSVCRT.DLL:__lc_collate_cp. How do I locate and install the missing file?
V (Vera)
Posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2001 - 6:23 pm:   

I found it on my aol 6.0 disk.Can't tell you if it's the same version as aol 7 is using.It belongs in the Windows\System folder.If you have the disk you could try copying the file into the Windows\System folder.If you have a different version of the file in said folder save it in case you need to put it back.If it doesn't work try aol tech support.
Jack Forester
Posted on Friday, January 25, 2002 - 8:35 am:   

Hello...Im using Win98....Just DL MSVBVM60.DLL
from the application still indicates the
file is missing...Is there a special location
that the DLL file should go?? Any tips or tricks
will be appreciated...
PS....would this hold true for all DLL files
DL from the WEB??

Thank You...
Posted on Friday, January 25, 2002 - 11:28 am:   

copy the file to your C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM folder. then at the start, run box, type this in there, or copy and paste: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\regsvr32.exe C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\MSVBVM60.DLL
then click ok, it should register the file. if not. try to locate vbrun60.inf in the system folder, and right click, choose "install". that will do the same thing, then reboot. if you don't have the inf file, i can send it to you.
Jack Forester
Posted on Saturday, January 26, 2002 - 8:13 am:   

Many worked
Bob Thomas
Posted on Wednesday, March 13, 2002 - 12:31 pm:   

I can't install MIcrosoft Office97......I get quite a few error messages indicating missing
Office97 DLL files...I know the CD was operating
fine it my system or the CD?? would I correct the problem??

Thank You....
Bruce Marrow
Posted on Monday, April 15, 2002 - 1:26 pm:   

Recently, in an attempt to get my internal modem to reconfigure, I inadvertently deleted a PCI Bridge device on my 333i E-machine. Now, I am getting a prompt to tell the wizard where the driver file is for the PCI device - It apparently isn't in the "normal" /windows/system" area - and I can't find it on my Windows 98 CD (upgrade).
Can you offer any ideas?
Posted on Thursday, May 9, 2002 - 3:26 am:   

i am looking for HCAPPRES.DLL this dll i need to start windows helpctr.exe i seem to have lost it please can anyone help me!
v (Vera)
Posted on Thursday, May 9, 2002 - 5:36 am:
Posted on Saturday, May 11, 2002 - 5:44 am:   

how do i reinstal hcappres dll to fix helpctr.exe
pls help me!
Posted on Saturday, May 11, 2002 - 5:38 pm:   

it's on the win98 ME disk in cab 11. you can use the system file checker (msconfig) to grab it from the disk and install it back to where it is supposed to be.

i did find a reference to a folder that it may be in. do you have a folder that has the path of:


it goes in that folder if you do. let me know if it works. i am flying blind here, so where it is supposed to go, i am not sure. possibly wherever the helpctr.exe file is located, i am assuming that's where to place the new copy of hcappres.dll is where it's supposed to go.
Posted on Saturday, May 11, 2002 - 5:46 pm:   

ooh, i should add that if you have XP, you need the xp version off the XP's 5.1.2600.0 version number.

Windows XP Home 2002 6,656 8/17/2001 \i386
Windows XP Professional 2002 6,656 8/17/2001 \i386

if you have win98 ME, then you need the 98 version, which is version number, i needed to clarify this so you can get the right file.

Windows Millenium Edition 20,752 6/8/2000 \win9x
Posted on Thursday, June 27, 2002 - 11:11 am:   

i get an error in MSISAM11.dll, when a want to use me media window to see videos, what can i do...!!! i have millenium
v (Vera)
Posted on Saturday, June 29, 2002 - 9:07 am:   

I haven't worked with Win me but I did come across the below suggestion from this link.
Hope it solves your problem.'S.htm

(having trouble getting the link to form properly. just copy and paste to your address bar and it will get you there)

Windows Media Player is not working with my Windows Millenium Edition.
As you already know, Microsoft has not addressed the particular error message you are getting on their ME support page (although they currently list 7 other error messages received when using Media Player with Windows ME). Your error message implies that there is a problem with a specific driver file (.dll) in your Media Player. You have already re-installed Windows ME and I assume the install included Windows Media Player... it sounds like the copy of Windows Media Player that you are installing may be corrupt. I would suggest trying this... click on your start button, scroll up the pop-up menu to "settings," and then select "control panel." Open the control panel and select "add/remove programs." Scroll down through the list of programs and select Windows Media Player... then delete it by clicking on the "add/remove" button at the bottom of the add/remove panel. If you have any Windows Media Player icons remaining on your main screen, drag them into the trash. Now, re-boot your computer, head to Microsoft and download Windows Media Player only. Do not try to re-install Media Player from a disk... download it only from the Microsoft Download site. After completing the installation, re-boot your computer and see if Media Player works... if not, then there is probably an error in your Windows ME software that is preventing your copy of Windows from recognizing one of the Media Player driver files. If this is the case, tell Microsoft you need another copy of Windows ME.

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